Pamela Anderson's New Book Is Sexy And Poetic

A new book by everybody’s favorite busty bombshell looks like it will bare everything in a whole different way. Pamela Anderson’s new book, Raw, will go on sale in September of this year, and it appears like it's aptly named 'cause it'll include a collection of handwritten poetry and prose written by Anderson about sex and romance (along with the requisite sultry photos, of course). According to ET, the book also takes a look at Anderson’s travels around the world.

Before you scoff at the notion of poetry by a woman more famous for a being bathing-suit-clad, slow-motion run-on-the beach kind of woman, remember that Anderson is actually a New York Times best-selling author, too. Raw isn’t Anderson’s first book. She has previously published two novels — her first, Star, making the New York Times bestseller list right under Stephen King. And in 2014, Anderson shared a poem on Facebook that had the Internet feeling surprised and moved.

Between a complicated divorce, her new Sensual Vegan cooking show, posing for risque PETA ads, and proposed lunch dates with Vladimir Putin to talk animal rights, Anderson has had a busy year. But that didn’t stop her from putting in the work for her new book. Anderson hand-arranged the prose and poetry pieces for the book herself and, naturally, also took on the grueling task of “rolling in glitter.”

"This is a scrapbook of behind the scenes — never seen, along with some of my frantic handwritten journaling and lucid poetry, all while rolling in glitter," Anderson told People magazine.

A sneak peek of the book on Amazon reveals a quirky collage of sexy-fun photos by Emma Dunlavey creatively fit together with handwritten pages of poetry and prose.

But Raw is more than just a fun book of sexy photos; it’s a book with a conscience behind it. In keeping with her strong commitment to environmentalism and animal rights, Anderson has dedicated all profits from the book to her foundation, The Pamela Anderson Foundation, which is dedicated to human, animal, and environmental rights.

Raw goes on sale September 1.