InsideStorytime HUSTLERS at the Marsh Cafe was part of the Litquake Litcrawl, the largest literary pub crawl since the fall of the Roman Empire. David Henry Sterry told how having sex with an octogenarian convinced him he was starting to get a life. R.J. Martin explained the emotional psychology of pimping, with reference to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.  Diana Morgaine went into the secret to cleavage, working in a massage parlor, and el mundo malo. Juliet November chronicled the episode of rough play that started her thinking about the ethics of lust. Justin Jones read about arousing sports injuries and the things that keep men apart.