Gay and Lesbian Studies

Catalog 39

 

 

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1.                  A & F quarterly; summer issue 1999. Columbus, OH, Abercrombie & Fitch, 1999. 310p. catalog with lotsa black/white and color photos of naked guys and girls, well-known for homoerotic photos by Bruce Weber, 9x11 inches, wraps.                                                                                                                       75.00

2.                  A & F quarterly; back to school issue 2001. Columbus, OH, Abercrombie & Fitch, 2001. 280p. catalog with photos by Bruce Weber, 9x11 inches, wraps.                                                            65.00

3.                   Betty & Pansy's severe queer review of Washington, DC. San Francisco, Bedpan Productions, 1993. vi, 88p., signed by Betty, first printing, wraps.                                                                         12.00

4.                   Birthstone; number 5. San Francisco, Brithstone, 1978. 29p., wraps. A mixed bag of poems, some with lesbian content.                                                                                                                     15.00

5.                   Chantons dans le placard; programme officiel. Paris, Tango, 2006. 16p. illus. program, wraps. The program for this musical comedy - written by Michel Heim - contains important information on gay and lesbian music.     18.00

6.                   Confronting heterosexuality/Confronter l'hétérosexualité; in RFR/DRF, September/December 1990, volume 19, number 3 & 4. Ontario, RFR/DRF, 1990. 140p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps with stain along right front edge.      25.00

7.                   Construction. N. pl., N. pub., [198-?]. 6 full-page 8.5x11 inch drawings with leather and metal sex themes, stapled wraps.                                                                                                           30.00

8.                   Country lesbians; the story of the Womanshare Collective, by Sue, Nelly, Dian, Carol, Billie. Grants Pass, OR, WomanShare, 1976. vii, 196p., slightly worn wraps.                                                  35.00

9.                   Criminality, social disruption and homosexuality; homosexuality is a crime against humanity. Lincoln, NE, ISIS, 1985. 8-panel brochure. British Israelite perspective on supressing homosexuality.      15.00

10.               Diseased pariah news # 1. San Francisco, DPN, 1990. 30p., illus., wraps. First issue of the zine by and for HIV+ gay men.                                                                                                                    15.00

11.               Diseased pariah news, #s 1-11. San Francisco, DPN, 1990-1995. Various paginations (32-42), illus., wraps. The first issue is the reprint. A complete run of the zine by and for HIV+ gay men.       65.00

12.               Frontiers; a journal of women studies, volume IV, number 3, fall 1979. Boulder, Frontiers, 1979. 87p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Lesbian history issue.                                                                           15.00

13.               Ganymede; a journal of gay poetics. Campsie, New South Wales [?], Ganymede, [1979?]. [32]p., wraps.      45.00

14.               Gay sunshine; a journal of gay liberation, summerfall 1976, no. 29/30. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine, 1976. 36p., wraps. Interviews with Taylor Mead and Peter Orlovsky.                                           18.00

15.               Gay sunshine; a newspaper of gay liberation, January - February 1973, no. 16. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine, 1973. 24p., wraps. The Allen Ginsberg interview issue.                                              20.00

16.               Gay sunshine; a newspaper of gay liberation, May-June 1973, no. 18. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine, 1973. 24p., wraps. The Harold Norse interview issue.                                                                  18.00

17.               Gay sunshine; a newspaper of gay liberation, spring 1974, no. 21. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine, 1974. 24p., wraps. The William Burroughs interview issue.                                                            18.00

18.               Gedichte des Catullus; uebersetzt von W. Amelung, mit einer Einleitung von Fr. Spiro und einigen Abbildungen antiker Denkmäl;er. Jena, Eugen Diederichs, 1911. 39p., including several tipped-in plates (photographic images of classical statuary), very good in wraps.                                                                                                        25.00

19.               Herculine Barbin; being the recently discovered memoirs of a nineteenth-century French hermaphrodite, introduced by Michel Foucault, translated by Richard McDougal. New York, Pantheon Books, 1980. xvii, 199p., later wraps printing.                                                                                                           12.00

20.               Homosexual counseling journal; the quarterly journal of the Homosexual Community Counseling Center, volume 1, number 1, January 1974. New York, HCCC, 1974. 36p., wraps. First issue of the journal, edited by Ralph Blair, that served as a focal point for the development of social services in gay communities nationwide in the 1970s.      25.00

21.               Homosexuality and the theatre; in Canadian Theatre Review, # 12, fall 1976. Downsview, ON, Canadian Theatre Review, 1976. 41p. of articles - including David Watmough's 'Setting the Stage' and Eric Bentley's 'The Homosexual Question' in the 160p. issue, wraps.                                                        22.00

22.               Hostile climate; a state by state report on anti-gay activity, 1999 edition. Washington, People for the American Way, 1999. 249p., wraps.                                                                                         18.00

23.               House of dreams and other stories, poems, photographs and drawings. San Francisco, Pan-Graphic Press, 1964. 52p., illus. with photos and drawings, very good in wraps. The fiction and poetry are primarily by James Ramp, with contributions from Harold Riley and Centaur, and photos and drawings by K. Ortloff, George Tamara, jean Mario and others. (Dorian vignettes 3)                                                                                                             50.00

24.               HuK info; Ökumenische Arbeitsgruppe, Homosexuelle und Kirche, nr. 58, Mai/Juni 1986. Nürnberg, HuK, 1986. 34p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                                                                                       15.00

25.              HuK info; Ökumenische Arbeitsgruppe, Homosexuelle und Kirche, nrs. 58, Mai/Juni 1986 - 63, März/April 1987. Nürnberg, HuK, 1986-7. Various paginations, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Five issues (59/60 is a double issue) of the gay ecumenical magazine.                                                                                                 50.00

26.               I promise you this; collected poems in memory of Harvey Milk. San Francisco, David Emerson Smith, 1979. 29p., wraps.                                                                                                              25.00

27.               Jean Cocteau and the French scene. New York, Abbeville Press, 1984. 239p., first edition, slightly edgeworn dj. Articles by Francis Steegmuller, Ned Rorem, Doré Ashton and others.                  20.00

28.               Join hands; gay prisoners' news, issue #6. Oct. & Nov., 1976. San Francisco, Join Hands, 1976. 8p newspaper, folded for mailing purposes, splitting along fold. This issue of the radical gay prisoners' paper emphasizes health care in prison.                                                                                                                       25.00

29.               Juventus; revue littéraire mensuelle, 1, 15 Mai 1959. Paris, Juventus, 1959. 47p., wraps. First issue of the homophile journal.                                                                                                     50.00

30.               Kalendar special, volume II, issue (GS), February 22, 1974. San Francisco, Mecca Publications, 1974. 20p. newspaper. With full-page (11x17 inches) photos of the nine entrants for the Mr. Kalendar contest. 18.00

31.               The lavender baedeker for 1967, incorporating the Lavender almanac; the guidebook to gay, interesting, historical and hysterical places in the United States. San Francisco, Strait and Associates, [1967]. 48p., 7x10.5 inches, slightly foxed wraps with two grease pencil marks. One of the first gay travel guides.   45.00

32.               Lesbian women; volume one, number one. Reseda, CA, Academy Press, 1977. 64p., profusely illus. with sexually explicit photos, 8x10.75 inches, wraps. Lesbians for men.                                                                           30.00

33.               Man's way; volume 1/no. 3. Ft. Lauderdale, Man's World International Publishing, 1977. 129p., illus., 8.5x11", wraps. Gay travel magazine.                                                                                       18.00

34.               Männer/men/hommes/hombres/uomini. Berlin, Verlagsgruppe Vis-à-Vis, 1988. 18p., illus. with homoerotic and drag book cover photos, wraps. First Vis-à-Vis subject catalog.                                                                 18.00

35.               Manroot; #6/7, April, 1972. 192p., wraps. Gay poetry.                                     15.00

36.               Masques; revue des homosexualités, hiver 81/82, no. 12. Paris, l'Association Masques, 1981. 192p., wraps. Jean Genet issue, with contributions by Conrad Detrez and Tony Duvert, among others, three pages of 'Lettres et poèmes inédits', and an interview conducted by Hubert Fichte.                                                50.00

37.               Mouth of the dragon: 9. New York, Mouth of the Dragon Press, 1976. 74p., wraps. Contributors include Dennis Cooper, Melvin Dixon, Robert Peters, George Whitmore and many others.                25.00

38.               Mouth of the dragon: number 10. New York, Mouth of the Dragon Press, 1976. 72p., wraps. Contributors include Ivan Arguelles, Dennis Cooper, Melvin Dixon, Freddy Greenfield, Maurice Kenny, Burton Weiss, and many others.                                                                                                                       25.00

39.               Mouth of the dragon: number 11 and 12. New York, Mouth of the Dragon Press, 1977. 123p., wraps. Contributors to this double issue include Erskine Lane, Robert Peters, Richard Ronan, Stephen Abbott, and many others.                                                                                                                       25.00

40.               New: no. 24, 1974. Trumansburg, NY, The Crossing Press, 1974. 128p., wraps. Includes contributions by Peters, Charles Shively, Ron Schreiber and many more.                                                         15.00

41.               New: xxi; American and Canadian poetry, spring/summer 1973. Trumansburg, NY, The Crossing Press, 1973. 79p., wraps. Includes Ian Young's 'Moving of the Stones'.                                          15.00

42.               No apologies; a magazine of gay writing, #5. San Francisco, No Apologies, 1985. 52p., with contributions from Stan Leventhal, David Trinidad, Michael Lassell and Edward Mycue, and an interviw with Felice Picano.     18.00

43.               "Ready or not, it's me"; Ron-Mor presents Michelle in an original night-club review, music by Ron Morano, lyrics by Gordon Bealer. San Francisco, Ron-Mor, [1967]. Two 12-inch lps in very good condition, inner sleeves present, double outer sleeve with photos and text, somewhat worn and soiled.            45.00

44.               Rood haar en elzenhout . . . Amsterdam, C.O.C., 1961. [20]p., wraps. A description of COC and its activities.      30.00

45.               Services for gay people and their families. San Francisco, Operation Concern, [197-?]. 6-panel brochure for counseling services.                                                                                                    12.00

46.               The Sexual Minority Youth Service Coalition. San Francisco, the Coalition, [198-?]. Two 8p. brochures, one on the coalition, the other on employment services.                                                     15.00

47.               Shellac; #s 0, 1, and 2. San Francisco, Ultra Down Productions, 1999-2001. Various sizes and paginations, wraps. A brilliantly produced multicultural queer journal/zine hybrid, great layout, dealing with edge postmodern issues of culture, gender and ethnicity, with contributors including Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Jaime Cortez.  75.00

48.               SIDA: épidémies et sociétés; AIDS: epidemics and societies, 20 et 21 Juin 1987.8, compte rendu de la réunion organisée aux pensières à Veyrier-du-Lac Annency. Lyon, Fondation Marcel Mérieux, 1987. 213p., wraps.      25.00

49.               Sixth annual Florida Conference for lesbians and gay men; 'Silence is no longer enough', communication in the '80s, May 22 -25, 1981, Loch Haven Park, Orlando, Florida. Winter Park , Gay Community serivces of Central Florida, 1981. 20p. program book, wraps.                                                                                                 22.00

50.               Skeleton in the closet in Ms. Tree quarterly, number 3, spring 1991. New York, DC Comics, 1990. 48p. story in the 64p. comic book, slightly worn wraps. The story, written by Max Allan Collins and drawn by Terry Bearry, is a murder mystery based on campus tensions between gays and straights, and a murder in the middle of the tensions.      15.00

51.               Skipper's mates; vol. 1, no. 4, September, 1975. Danville, KY, Skipper's Guides, 1975. 28p., wraps with ad sheet for various publications laid in and pen notation on the cover. Kentucky-based Gay cruising magazine. 15.00

52.               Skylight Books presents 30 L.A. poets; originally presented to Skylight Books customers in April 2000 as part of Poetry Month. Los Angeles, Skylight Books, 2000. 31 6.5x8 inch cardstock sheets, each (save the last) printed single side with a poem by a different poet for each day. Wanda Coleman, Dennis Cooper, Ron Koertge, Terry Wolverton and others.                                                                                                                                35.00

53.               Stonewall; an alternative to correction. Seattle, Stonewall, [198-?]. 6-panel brochure for the residential treatment center for homosexual parolees, addicts, etc.                                                              15.00

54.               A study of sexual activity between males; album 1501. Los Angeles, Greyhuff, 1970. [24]p., almost entirely explicitly homoerotic photography with one page of text, wraps with one slightly rubbed spot. Cover title: Album 1501.      50.00

55.               Summer in the country; translated from the edition of 1867 by Donald Thomas. London, The Odyssey Press, n. d. xxv, 132p., dj. Translation of the anonymous French lesbian novel.                                                          50.00

56.               Tarry a while and other stories. Zurich, Der Kreis, [1964]. 16p., wraps with 2p. photos. Four stories from Der Kreis, in English, along with a poem by 'Steward' (Sam?) on the verso of the front wrap. 50.00

57.               Triumph in 86; vol. 1, no. 1, January 1984. San Francisco, San Francisco, 1986. 24p., illus., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. The magazine was founded to prepare for Gay Games II.                                18.00

58.               Unmuzzled ox; vol. III, no. 2, 1975. New York, Unmuzzled Ox, 1975. 125p., wraps. Includes interviews with Allen Ginsberg and James Dickey, and works by John Giorno and a number of the beat poets.        18.00

59.               Women on campus; the unfinished liberation. New Rochelle, NY, Change Magazine, 1975. 256p., paper slightly browned, wraps. These essays, most of which originally appeared in Change, include several with lesbian content.      15.00

60.              Abrams, Linsey. Our history in New York; a novel. New York, Global City Press, 1995. 157p., advance reading copy, wraps. First in Abrams' projected fictional trilogy of gay and lesbian life in New York.            18.00

61.              Ackerley, J. R. My father & myself. New York, Coward-McCann, 1969. 219p., first US edition, shelfworn dj. Young 9*.                                                                                                                 15.00

62.              Adams, Jad. AIDS: the HIV myth. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1988. xii, 244p., first printing, dj.   15.00

63.              Adams, Marc. The preacher's son. West Hollywood, Window Books, 1996. 218p., first printing, dj. Autobiography of a born again gay Christian who eventually breaks from Falwell and fundamentalism and moves to Los Angeles.                                                                                                                    15.00

64.              Aldrich, Ann [M. E. Kerr]. We walk alone; a Gold Medal original. Cover painting by Jack Floherty, Jr. New York, Fawcett, 1962. viii, 143p., later printing, wraps. Earliest Grier listing for Aldrich. Grier A*. (Gold Medal Books d1196)                                                                                                                      18.00

65.              Aldridge, Sarah. Madame Aurora. Tallahassee, Naiad Press, 1983. 248p., first edition, wraps. A&M Books stickers pasted over Naiad Press, cover bears a small sticker scar.                             12.00

66.              Aldyne, Nathan [pseudonym of Michael McDowell and Dennis Schuetz]. Canary. New York, Ballantine Books, 1986. 198p., first edition, pictorial wraps. Fourth Dan Valentine/Clarisse Lovelace mystery. 17.00

67.              Allen, Mariette Pathy. Transformations; crossdressers and those who love them. New York, E. P. Dutton, 1989. Unpaginated, profusely illus., inscribed by Allen to Ms. Bob Davis, 9x12 inches, first printing, dj.   75.00

68.              Allison, Dorothy. Two or three things I know for sure. New York, Dutton, 1995. 94p., inscribed and signed by Allison, first printing, dj. Prose version of Allison's autobiographical performance piece. 25.00

69.              Allyson, Kym. The queer letters. North Hollywood, Brandon House, 1970. 192p. + ads, wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Homophile Fiction 6119)                                                                                          25.00

70.              alta. Freedom's in sight; poems & collages, drawings by Lorelei. N. pl., the author, 1970. [32p.], second printing, wraps. Poetry. Grier B.                                                                                              20.00

71.              Alta. True story; prose. Oakland, Mama's Press, 1973. 35p., stained wraps.      18.00

72.              Amory, Richard [pseudonym of Richard Love]. Song of Aaron; book two, the loon songs trilogy. San Diego, Greenleaf Classics, 1967. 191p., very good first printing in camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction Young 63*. (Greenleaf Classic GC222)                                                                                        65.00

73.              Anderson, Chester. Fox & hare; the story of a Friday evening, illustrated by Charles Stevenson. Glen Ellen, CA, Entwhistle Books, 1980. [188]p., 7.75x12 inches, signed on the half-title page by both the author and the illustrator, first paperback edition of this illustrated novel. Young 69.                         65.00

74.              Anderson, Eric. Trailblazing; America's first openly gay high school coach. Fountain Valley, CA, Identity Press, 2003. 209p., second edition, wraps.                                                                          15.00

75.              Anderson, Margaret. The fiery fountains. New York, Hermitage House, 1951. ix, 242p., first edition, worn dj. Anderson's memoirs of Paris in the 1920s and 1930s. Grier A C**.                                                            45.00

76.              Anderson, Robert. Tea and sympathy. London, Heinemann, 1957. 190p., first UK edition, dj, frontis photo, includes London debut playbill. Young 85*.                                                               50.00

77.              Andriote, John-Manuel. Victory deferred; how AIDS changed gay life in America. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1999. xvi, 478p. + 8p. photos, review copy with sheet laid in, first printing, dj.         22.00

78.              Andros, Phil [pseudonym of Samuel Steward]. The joy spot. San Rafael, Frenchy's Gay Line, 1969. 188p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Young 93*. (FGL 13)                                                                      30.00

79.              Andros, Phil pseudonym of Samuel Steward]. San Francisco hustler. San Francisco, Gay Parisian Press, 1970. 154p. + [6]p. ads, wraps. Pulp format. Young 96*. (GPP 106)                                  25.00

Not a lot of stuff on "The City," pace title.

80.              Anomaly [pseud.] The invert and his social adjustment; with an introduction by R. H. Thouless. London, Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, 1927. xxii, 160p., first edition green cloth boards gilt, lower joint is splitting and has a little tear, spine panel very slightly faded but lettering still is quite legible.                                            110.00

81.              Anonymous. The adventures of Edward Buddy. Washington, Guild Press, 1969. 91p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Black Knight Classics of the Homosexual Underground)                                           25.00

82.              Anonymous. All the sad young men; anonymous. New York, Wisdom House, 1962. 158p., wraps. Presumed self-confession of a man "plunged into the half-world of homosexuality" -cover. Gay pulp fiction. Young 35*. (W 108)      35.00

83.              Archer, Nuala. The hour of Pan/amá. Galway, Salmon Publishing, 1992. 102p., wraps. Poetry, with lesbian content.                                                                                                                     15.00

84.              Arenas, Reinaldo. Before night falls; translated by Dolores M. Koch. New York, Viking, 1993. 317p., first edition, dj. The Cuban American novelist came to the US during the Mariel exodus, only to find an unsympathetic reception. He developed AIDS before taking his own life in 1990.                              30.00

85.              Arenas, Reinaldo. Old Rosa; a novel in two stories, translated from the Spanish by Ann Tashi Slater and Andrew Hurley. New York, Grove Press, 1989. 106p., first printing, dj.                                                                  15.00

86.              Arenas, Reinaldo. The palace of white skunks; translated by Andrew Hurley. New York, Viking, 1990. 356p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                           20.00

87.              Arimondi, Victor. Boyfriends; an erotic study of the male physique. N. pl., Arlington House, 1984. [64]p., profusely illus. with Arimondi's nude male color photography, 9x12 inches, signed and inscribed by the photographer, dj.  35.00

88.              Arobateau, Red Jordan. The big change; a transexual novel. Oakland, Red Jordan Press, 2001. 223p., later printing, wraps. Reissue of the author's privately printed 1976 publication.                   30.00

89.              Arobateau, Red Jordan. Lucy and Mickey; a butch trip through life before Stonewall [cover title]. New York, Masquerade Books, 1995. 448p., very good first Hard Candy edition in original pictorial wraps. (Hard Candy Books)      20.00

90.              Arobateau, Red Jordan. Suzie-Q; a collection of stories. Oakland, Red Jordan Press, 1993. 257p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                                                       30.00

91.              Aspiz, Harold. Walt Whitman and the body beautiful. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1980. xiii, 290p., dj.      18.00

92.              Auden, W. H. Collected poems; edited by Edward Mendelson. Franklin Center, PA, The Franklin Library, 1976. 696p., first edition, very good, full reconstituted leather binding in the customary Franklin fashion.     22.00

93.              Auden, W. H. Juvenilia; poems, 1922-1928, edited by Katherine Bucknell. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1994. lxxii, 263p., first printing, one dj flap creased.                                                   25.00

94.              Auden, W. H. The platonic blow. New York, Fuck You Press, 1965. [12]p., one of 300 copies, wraps. Publisher Ed Sanders' copy, with his signature and minute hieroglyph, written with superfine nib. First appearance of Auden's great contribution to emergent hippiedom. Young 138*.        225.00

95.              Auden, W. H. Secondary worlds; the T. S. Eliot Memorial Lectures delivered at Eliot College in the University of Kent at Canterbury, October, 1967. London, Faber and Faber, 1945. 144p., first US edition, dj with small stain.      25.00

96.              Auden, W. H. Tell me the truth about love; ten peoms. New York, Vintage, 1994. [36]p., first printing, staplebound wraps. Small paperbound original.                                                          12.00

97.              Austen, Roger. Genteel pagan; the double life of Charles Warren Stoddard, edited by John W. Crowley. Amherst, The University of Massachusetts Press, 1991. xlv, 203p., very good in dj.                  25.00

98.              Austen, Roger. Playing the game; the homosexual novel in America. Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1977. xv, 240p., first printing, dj.                                                                               35.00

99.              Another copy of the first printing, dj with two small chips.                                     25.00

100.          Bachardy, Don. Drawings of the male nude. Pasadena., Twelvetrees Press, 1985. Unpaginated, one of 2,000 casebound copies, 9.5x12 inches, very good in a like dj.                                          150.00

101.          Balliett, Bev and Patti Patton. Graphic details; lesbian erotica & humor, photography by Patti Patton. Phoenix, Star Publications, 1979. 44p., wraps.                                                                         25.00

102.          Banens, Maks. De homo-aversie; een analyse van de maatschappelijke onderdukking van homoseksualiteit. Groningen, Historische Uitgeverij, 1981. 176p., wraps. OCLC lists no copies in American libraries. 65.00

103.          Bannon, Race. Learning the ropes; a basic guide to safe and fun s/m lovemaking, foreword by Guy Baldwin. Los Angeles, Daedalus Publishing Company, 1992. 159p., wraps.                                                                     18.00

104.          Banta, William F. AIDS in the workplace; legal questions and practical answers. New York, Lexington Books, 1993. xxi, 427p., updated and expanded edition.                                                       18.00

105.          Barbo, Beverly. The walking wounded; a mother's true story of her son's homosexuality and his eventual AIDS related death!. Lindsborg, KS, Carlsons', 1987. xv, 247p., snapshot illus., inscribed by Barbo, later printing, wraps.      20.00

106.          Barela, Tim. Domesticity isn't pretty; a Leonard & Larry collection. Minneapolis, Palliard Press, 1993. 144p., 8.5x11 inches, first printing, wraps. A collection of Leonard & Larry strips, with a foreword by John Preston.      20.00

107.          Barela, Tim. Kurt Cobain and Mozart are both dead; the second Leonard & Larry collection. Minneapolis, Palliard Press, 1996. 89p., 8.5x11 inches, first printing, wraps.                                                                    18.00

108.          Barker, George. Collected poems, 1930-1955. London, Faber and Faber, 1957. 245p., previous owner's bookplate, first edition, dj .                                                                                        30.00

109.          Barnes, Djuna. The antiphon; a play. London, Faber and Faber, 1958. 127p., first British edition, dj chipped at head of spine affecting "The" in title lettering.                                                               45.00

110.          Barr, James. Quatrefoil; a modern novel. New York, Greenberg: Publisher, 1950. 373p., previous owner's signature, first edition, dj worn and torn at corners and spine ends, small chip at the head. Young 188*.        75.00

111.          [Barr], James Fugaté. Game of fools; a play of those fools, by those fools, and for those fools, who stubbornly refuse to perish from this earth. Los Angeles, One Incorporated, 1955. xii, 100p., #19 of 2000 copies, signed by Barr on the half-title page, dj taped, worn and stained (smoke damage, provenance on request), with stain penetrating to front board, also discolors top edge. Young 186*.                                                     65.00

112.          Barrows, Philip. Whores, queers, and others. New York, The Traveller's Companion, 1967. Two volumes, 361p., wraps. Young 190*. (TC 211 , TC 212)                                                        35.00

113.          Bastian, Till. Homosexuelle im Dritten Reich; Geschichte einer Verfolgung. Munich, Verlag C. H. Beck, 2000. 101p., wraps.                                                                                                            25.00

114.          Batchelor, Edward, ed. Homosexuality and ethics. New York, The Pilgrim Press, 1980. 261p., dj.   25.00

115.          Bawer, Bruce. A place at the table; the gay individual in American society. New York, Poseidon Press, 1993. 269p., first printing.                                                                                                    12.00

116.          Bayer, Ronald. Homosexuality and American psychiatry; the politics of diagnosis. New York, Basic Books, 1981. viii, 216p., first printing, dj.                                                                               25.00

117.          Beardsley, Aubrey. Zeichnungen (Drawings). Berlin, Gerhardt Verlag, 1966. 127p., illustrated wraps, slipcase, numerous plates, second edition of 3000 copies, 1924 Introduction by Franz Blei, beautiful reproductions of many of Beardsley's most famous works from Salome, Lysistrata etc., text in German and English. 45.00

118.          Beaton, Cecil  . Self portrait with friends; the selected diaries of Cecil Beaton, 1926-1974, edited by Richard Buckle. New York, Times Books, 1979. xi, 435p. + 24p. photographs, first edition, dj. 20.00

119.          Bedford, Sybille. Compass error. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1969. 270p., first US edition, shelfworn dj. Grier A**.                                                                                                                         25.00

120.          Bee, Abby, Irene Reti and Sarah-Hope Parmeter, eds. The world between women. Santa Cruz, HerBooks, 1987. 136p., illus., wraps. Covers various aspects of woman-to-woman experience, with considerable lesbian content.      18.00

121.          Beinstein, Krista. Theater de Ekstase. Tubingen, Konkursbuch Verlag Claudia Gehrke, 1995. Unpaginated, 8.5x9.75 inches, profusely illus. with Beinstein's black/white lesbian photography, with a strong emphasis on S&M and dildoes.                                                                                                                     35.00

122.          Benedictus, David. The fourth of June. London, Anthony Blond, 1962. 208p., later printing, dj slightly worn at spine ends. Young 243*.                                                                                           20.00

123.          Benkovitz, Miriam J. Ronald Fairbank a biography. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1969. xviii, 300p., x + 12p. plates, first edition, dj.                                                                                                25.00

124.          Berg, Charles and Clifford Allen. The problem of homosexuality. New York, The Citadel Press, 1958. 221p., dj. Two shrinks ready to treat this abnormality.                                                                25.00

125.          Another copy, lacking dj.                                                                                     20.00

126.          Bergler, Edmund. Homosexuality: disease or way of life?. New York, Hill and Wang, 1957. 302p., first printing, worn dj. Another shrink, another cure.                                                                       25.00

127.          Another copy, later printing, lacking dj.                                                                20.00

128.          Bergman, David. Gaiety transfigured; gay self-representation in American literature. Madison, The University of Wisconsin Press, 1991. 237p., first printing, dj. Analyzes gay literature as a genre, covering poetry, theater and fiction. Includes a chapter on gay African American literature.                                                25.00

129.          Berkoff, Steven. Gross intrusions and other stories. London, Calder, 1979. 117p., illustrated wraps, perfect bound first paper edition simultaneous with hard cover. Young 264*.                                               18.00

130.          Berman, Ed, ed. Homosexual acts; five short plays from the gay season at The Almost Free Theatre. London, Inter-Action Inprint, 1975. ix, 142p., first printing, wraps . Contains three Robert Patrick contributions - One Person, Fred and Harold, and The Haunted Host - along with Laurence Collinson's Thinking Straight and Alan Wakeman's Ships. Young 266*. (Ambiance/almost free playscripts #1)                                         25.00

131.          Bernstein, Robert A. Straight parents, gay children; keeping families together. New York, Thunder's Mouth Press, 1995. xv, 203p., inscribed by Bernstein, first printing, dj.                                18.00

132.          Bieber, Irving, et. al. Homosexuality; a psychoanalytic study. Northvale, NJ, Jason Aronson, 1988. xxvi, 358p. Reissue of the 1962 work.                                                                                         20.00

133.          Bigman, Sidney. A man possessed; a novel. London, Secker & Warburg, 1961. 221p., paper clip mark on f.e.p., first edition, dj. Young 279.                                                                                        35.00

134.          Black and White Men Together. Newsletter. San Francisco, Black and White Men Together, 1978-1985. 9-10 and 12-24 (final issue), small format, various paginations. This gay quarterly became a major vehicle for the exchange of information among black and white men.                                                                                         125.00

135.          Individual issues of the BWMT Newsletter: issues 9-10, 12-24. Each issue …       9.00

136.          Blais, Marie-Claire. L'execution; pièce en deux actes. Montreal, Éditions du Jour, 1968. 118p., f.e.p. chipped, first edition, wraps .                                                                                                   22.00

137.          Blais, Marie-Claire. Le loup; roman. Montreal, Éditions du Jour, 1972. 243p., first edition, wraps. The first English language edition, The Wolf, is Young 310*.                                                                25.00

138.          Blais, Marie-Claire. The manuscrits of Pauline Archange. Montreal, Éditions du Jour, 1968. 12p., first printing, wraps. Young 3081.                                                                                                  25.00

139.          Blais, Marie-Claire. The manuscrits of Pauline Archange. Montreal, Éditions du Jour, 1968. 12p., first printing, wraps worn and cut. Young 308.                                                                               20.00

140.          Blais, Marie-Claire. Sommiel d'hiver. Monteral, Les Éditions de la Pleine Lune, 1984. 171p., long inscription by Blais, first edition, wraps.                                                                                           45.00

141.          Blais, Marie-Claire. Vivre! vivre! Roman. Montreal, Éditions du Jour, 1969. 169p., first edition, wraps with one-inch square cut from top right corner and some additional edgewear.                                                            22.00

142.          Blaski, Steven. Keep the killer asleep; poems. Durham, Carolina Red Press, 1994. 84p., signed by Blaski, tls from editor Ruth Smullin submitting the book for a National Book Award laid in, worn wraps with a bent corner.      25.00

143.          Blechman, Burt. Stations. New York, Random House, 1964. xv, 138p., first edition. Young 329*.      18.00

144.          Blechner, Mark J., ed. Hope and mortality; psychodynamic approaches to AIDS and HIV. Hillsdale, NJ, The Analytic Press, 1997. xxv, 258p., first printing, dj.                                                      18.00

145.          Blessing, Verne. Gay come. [New York], Neptune Readers, 1970. 160p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (NR-117)      20.00

146.          Block, Francesca Lia. Baby Bebop. New York, Joanna Colter Books, 1995. 106p., first printing, dj. The novel of a gay Los Angeles street kid was nearly banned because of its controversial content.   15.00

147.          Bookbinder, Bernie. Out at the old ball game; a novel. Bridgehampton, NY, Bridge Works Publishing Co., 1995. 278p., signed by Bookbinder, small foodstains on f.e.p., first printing, dj. Gay baseball novel.           25.00

148.          Boone, Bruce. Karate flower. San Francisco, Hoddypoll Press, 1973. Seven sheets printed single side, 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. This poem isYoung 347.                                                          45.00

149.          Borgstrom, Wendy. Short rides. Boston, Lace Publications/Alyson , 1992. 160p., first printing, wraps.      15.00

150.          Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective, eds. Lesbian psychologies; explorations an challenges. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1987. 375p., first wraps printing.                                       12.00

151.          Bourdet, Edouard. La prisonnière; piece en trois actes. Paris, Librairie Thétrale, 1926. 174p., first edition, wraps irregularly browned.                                                                                                   45.00

152.          Bowles, Norma, ed. Friendly fire; an anthology of 3 plays by queer street youth. Los Angeles, A.S.K. Theater Projects, 1997. xv, 218p., wraps.                                                                              18.00

153.          Bowne, Alan. Forty-deuce; a play. New York, Sea Horse Press, 1983. 95p., illustrated wraps, perfect bound, first edition, gay male prostitution, Villager Award-winning play by late author of Beirut. His first book, filmed by Paul Morrissey.                                                                                                                 30.00

154.          Boyd, Blanche M. Nerves; a novel. Plainfield, VT, Daughters, 1973. 169p., first edition, wraps. Paperback original. Boyd's first novel.                                                                                         35.00

155.          Boyd, Malcolm. The lover. Waco, Word Books, 1972. second printing, 176p., slightly rubbed dj with a small chip on rear panel and a spine-label scar.                                                                           15.00

156.          Boyle, Dan. Huddle. New York, Harrington Park Press, 2003. 244p., dj. Flag football is the theme for this gay novel.                                                                                                                        15.00

157.          Bradley, Marion. Le nebbie di Avalon; romanzo, traduzione di Roberta Rambelli. Milan, Editrice Nord, 1986. 654p., first Italian edition of "The Mists," fine copy in dj with Italian graphic and raised lettering.       25.00

158.          Bradley, Matt. De derde sekse; vertaling Ingeborg van der Sluys. Amsterdam, Uitgeverij Algemeen Boekbedrijf, 1965. 176p., foreword, text in Dutch, very good in original pictorial wraps. Dutch edition of Bradley's The Third Sex a case study of homosexuality, dramatic cover illustration.                                              30.00

159.          Brady, Maureen. Folly, a novel. Trumansburg, NY, The Crossing Press, 1982. 197p., wraps.  15.00

"Folly, Martha and Mabel, who work in a mill, walk out in protest and become union organizers." Lesbian content.

160.          Brady, Maureen. The question she put to herself. Freedom, CA, The Crossing Press, 1987. 117p., wraps.      15.00

161.          Brain, Robert. Friends and lovers. New York, Basic Books, 1976. 287p., first printing, dj. With material on homosexuality.                                                                                                           18.00

162.          [Brainard, Joe]. Some drawings of some notes to myself. New York, Siamese Banana Press, 1971. [6]p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps.                                                                                    50.00

163.          Brame, Gloria G., et. al. Different loving; an exploration of the world of sexual dominance and submission. New York, Villard Books, 1993. 539p., slight dampstain, first edition, lightly worn dj. Includes a chapter on transgenderism.      18.00

164.          Brannigan, Gary, et. al., eds. The sex scientists. New York, Longman, 1998. x, 224p., slightly worn wraps.      18.00

165.          Bresler, Fenton. Sex and the law. London, Frederick Muller, 1988. viii, 280p., first edition, dj. Covers homosexuality, prostitution, brith control and abortion, and other topics.                      22.00

166.          Bronski, Michael. The pleasure principle; sex, backlash, and the struggle for gay freedom. New York, St. Martin 's Press, 1998. viii, 294p., first printing, dj.                                                                 18.00

167.          Broughton, James. 75 life lines. New York, The Jargon Society, 1988. [48]p., one of 1,500 copies, wraps. (Jargon 60)                                                                                                                22.00

168.          Broughton, James. Ecstasies; poems 1975-1983, paintings by Galen Garwood. Mill Valley, CA, Syzygy Press, 1983. 123p., one of 26 copies lettered and signed by Broughton, and with a holograph poem by him on the second f.e.p., near fine in boards. Gay poetry.                                                           75.00

169.          Brown, Daniel. Superfag by Daniel Curzon [pseud.] San Francisco, IGNA, 1996. 218p., wraps.         18.00

"Young Superfag is sent on a mission to rid the world of Homophobia ..good luck!!".

170.          Brown, Malcolm and Julia Cave. A touch of genius; the life of T. E. Lawrence. New York, Paragon House, 1989. xxii, 233p., illus. with photos, first US edition, dj.                                                        22.00

171.          Brown, Rita Mae. High hearts. Toronto, Bantam Books, 1986. xv, 464p., first edition, dj.                         15.00

172.          Brown, Rita Mae. Loose lips. New York, Bantam Books, 1999. 374p., uncorrected page proofs, wraps. Continuation of Six of One and Bingo.                                                                        17.00

173.          Brown, Rita Mae. Venus envy. New York, Bantam Books, 1993. 355p., one of 200 advance reading copies numbered and signed by Brown, wraps.                                                                  35.00

174.          Another copy, inscribed by Brown, first printing, dj.                                            22.00

175.          Brunner, Ace. Highway hustler. San Diego, Surrey House, 1971. 187p., camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (HIS 6911)                                                                                                               20.00

176.          Bulliet, C. J. Venus Castina; famous female impersonators celestial and human with illustrations by Alexander King. City of Industry, Collectors Publications, 1969. 308p. + ads, illustrated with drawings, very good first American paperback edition in wraps. (21316)                                                                          18.00

177.          Bulot, Blaise. Starr Lyte. [New Orleans], Crocker Sack Books, 1996. 159p., wraps. "[T]he adventures and misadventures of an outrageous [African American] drag queen ... and her friends and foes." - rear wrap.     22.00

178.          Burkholz, Herbert. Mulligan's seed. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975. 280p., second printing, dj. Young 519.                                                                                                               18.00

179.          Burnett, John F. The meaning of gay liberation; why is the right wing attacking us? An analysis and program for action. San Francisco, the author, 1978. 28p., first printing, wraps. Pamphlet by a gay new leftist.    22.00

180.          Burroughs, William. Early routines. Santa Barbara, Cadmus Editions, 1982. 54p., signed by Burroughs on the title page, first trade edition, fine in wraps.                                                               150.00

181.          Burroughs, William, Jr. Kentucky ham. New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1973. 194p., first edition, dj. Burrough's memoir of his life at the Lexington narcotics facility, replete with gay activity.               25.00

182.          Burroughs, William S. Interzone; edited by James Grauerholz. New York, Viking, 1989. xxiii, 194p., first edition, dj.  22.00

183.          Burroughs, William S. Nova Express. New York, Grove Press, 1964. 187p., first edition, slightly edgeworn dj with several internal tape repairs.                                                                                45.00

184.          Burroughs, William S. The ticket that exploded. New York, Grove Press, 1967. 217p., signed by Burroughs, first printing, dj not priceclipped.                                                                              250.00

185.          Burroughs, William S. Tornado alley; illustrations by S. Clay Wilson. N. pl., Cherry Valley Editions, 1989. 53p., first wraps edition (issued contemporaneously with the limited hardback edition), wraps. 22.00

186.          Bush, Josef. The homosexual handbook; by Angelo d'Arcangelo [pseud.] London, Olympia Press, 1971. 281p., first British printing, wraps. Pulp format.                                                                     25.00

187.          Byrne, John. Colquhoun and MacBryde. London, Faber and Faber, 1992. 67p., first printing, wraps, small sticker scar on cover. Play about two gay painters.                                                     15.00

188.          Caldwell, Clay. Tailpipe trucker. New York, Masquerade Books, 1995. 148p., + ads, very good first Badboy printing in pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Badboy 296-5)                                       20.00

189.          Cameron, Anne. Stubby Amberchuck & the holy grail. Madeira Park, BC, Harbour Publishing Co., 1987. 282p., first printing, dj.                                                                                               18.00

190.          Cameron, Paul. Homosexuality and the AIDS threat to the nation's blood supply. Lincoln, NE, ISIS, 1985. 6-panel brochure. British Israelite perspective on suppressing homosexuality.                                       15.00

191.          Campbell, James. Talking at the gates; a life of James Baldwin. New York, Viking, 1991. 306p. + 16p. photographs, first American edition, dj. Scotch author.                                               15.00

192.          Camper, Jennifer. Rude girls and dangerous women; cartoons. Bala Cynwyd, PA, Laugh Lines Press, 1994. 90p., wraps. Lesbian cartoonist.                                                                                15.00

193.          Canler, Canler. Mémoires de Canler. Paris, Collection Hetzel, [1862]. 446p. + 16p. Hetzel catalogue, second edition, slight foxing throughout, edgeworn preliminaries, otherwise very good in marbled quarter-morocco boards. With a chapter on sodomites, as well as on various crimes, prisons, etc.                            150.00

194.          Cantine, Holly and Dachine Rainer (eds.). Prison etiquette; the convicts compendium of useful information. Edited, with an introduction by Holley Cantine and Dachine Rainer. With a preface by Christopher Isherwood, illustrated by Lowell Naeve. Bearsville, New York, Retort Press, 1950. vi, 138p., wraps, first edition, dj slightly chipped along the edges .                                                                                                                      95.00

"[A]n anthology of the prison writings of conscientious objectors to World War II." - dj.

195.          Capote, Truman. Answered prayers; the unfinished novel. London, Hamish Hamilton, 1986. 181p., first edition, dj.  15.00

196.          Capote, Truman. I remember grandpa; illustrated by Barry Moser. Atlanta, Peachtree Publishers, 1987. 37p., profusely illus. with Moser's color drawings, 8.5x11 inches, first printing, dj. Posthumously-published children's story.      25.00

197.          Capote, Truman. The Thanksgiving visitor. New York, Random House, 1967. 103p., slipcase.        20.00

198.          Carpenter, Edward, ed. Ioläus; an anthology of friendship. London, Swann Sonnenschein & Co., 1902. 191p., rubricated title page and capitals throughout, deckle edges with top edge gilt, f.e.p. out, stained endsheets, boards somewhat faded and handled but a good, tight, useful copy of the handsome first commercial edition of Young 598*.      50.00

199.          Caschetta, Mary Beth. Lucy on the west coast and other short lesbian fiction. Los Angeles, Alyson Publications, 1995. 146p., signed by Caschetta, first printing, dj. The title story has a Puerto Rican lesbian protagonist.   20.00

200.          Castillo, Ana. Loverboys; stories. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1996. 224p., first printing, dj.      18.00

201.          Castillo, Michel del. Tanguy; histoire d'un enfant d'aujourd'hui, roman. Paris, René Julliard, 1959. 261p., later printing, wraps. Pederast novel by the Spanish exile writer.                                         25.00

202.          Chambers, Jane. Burning; a novel. New York, JH Press, 1983. 157p., first JH printing, wraps.            17.00

203.          Chandler, Kurt. Passages of pride; lesbian and gay youth come of age. New York, Times Books, 1995. xvii, 364p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                12.00

204.          Cheever, John. The Wapshot chronicle/the Wapshot scandal. New York, Harper & Row, Publishers, 1979. 549p., first printing of this edition, dj.                                                                          17.00

205.          Cheever, John. The world of apples. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1973. 174p., first edition, dj.         18.00

206.          Chesley, Robert. Hard plays/Stiff parts; the homoerotic plays of Robert Chesley. San Francisco, Alamo Square Press, 1990. 159p., illustrated wraps, perfect bound first edition, illustrated by Art Jagnosi and Terry Miller, Introduction by Bert Herman. Includes Night Sweat, Jerker and Dog Plays.                                   20.00

207.          Christensen, Kate. Jeremy Thrane. New York, Broadway Books, 2001. 309p., first printing, dj. Novel.      15.00

208.          Chrystos. Dream on. Vancouver, Press Gang Publishers, 1991. 151p., previous owner's signature, first printing, wraps. Poetry by the Native American lesbian author.                                                20.00

209.          Chrystos. In her I am. Vancouver, Press Gang Publishers, 1993. 88p., short inscription by the  poet + a lipstick trace, first printing, wraps.                                                                                         35.00

210.          Chrystos. Not vanishing. Vancouver, Press Gang Publishers, 1988. 105p., first printing, wraps.           18.00

211.          Clark, Al. Making Priscilla. New York, Plume, 1994. 177p. + 8p. photos, first printing, wraps. On the film, The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert.                                                               15.00

212.          Clark, Don. Living gay. Millbrae, CA, Celestial Arts, 1979. 192p., signed by Clark, first printing, dj, Gay psychologist.                                                                                                              22.00

213.          Another copy of the first printing, not signed, dj,                                                   17.00

214.          Clarke, Lige and Jack Nichols. I have more fun with you than anybody. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1972. viii, 152p., date of purchase written on half-title page, otherwise a very good copy of the first printing, in a very good dj. Young 2857*.                                                                                                           30.00

215.          Clausen, Jan. Mother, sister, daughter, lover; stories. Trumansburg, NY, The Crossing Press, 1980. 136p., wraps.                                                                                                                       22.00

216.          Clay, Stanley Bennett. In search of pretty young black men. New York, Atria Books, 2005. 163p., signed by the African American novelist, first printing, dj. The director's second novel, set in Los Angeles' upper middle class black community, has gay content.                                                                             45.00

217.          Cockrell, Cathy. A simple fact. Brooklyn, Hanging Loose Press, 1987. 87p., wraps.                           15.00

218.          Cockrell, Cathy. Undershirts and other stories. Brooklyn, Hanging Loose Press, 1982. 64p., first printing, wraps.      20.00

219.          [Cocteau, Jean]. Jean Cocteau; erotic drawings, edited by Annie Guédras. Cologne, Benedict Taschen Verlag, 1999. 143p., profusely illus., 9.5x11 inches, dj.                                                          35.00

220.          Coleman, Lonnie. Sam. New York, Pyramid Books, 1960. 192p., first Pyramid printing, bumped wraps with wonderful cover, especially for 1960. Pulp version of Coleman's first novel to deal with gay themes. The hardback edition is Young 726*. (G479)                                                                                   22.00

221.          Collis, Rose. Portraits to the wall; historic lesbian lives unveiled. London, Cassell, 1994. xiii, 189p., wraps.      15.00

222.          Colson, Frederick. The devil is gay. North Hollywood, Brandon House, 1965. 188p., camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Brandon House Book 933)                                                                    50.00

223.          Colter, Ephen Glenn, et. al., eds. Policing public sex; queer politics and the future of AIDS activism. Boston, South End Press, 1996. 416p., first printing. Edited by the Dangerous Bedfellows collective. 15.00

224.          Another copy, first wraps printing.                                                                        10.00

225.          Colton, James [pseudonym of Joseph Hansen]. The outward side. New York, The Traveller's Companion, 1971. 169p., pictorial wraps. Young 1462*. (The Other Traveller TC 506)                          35.00

226.          Comstock, Gary David. Unrepentant, self-affirming, practicing; lesbian/bisexual/gay people within organized religion. New York, Continuum, 1996. xvii, 329p., wraps.                                         15.00

227.          Cooper, Davina. Sexing the city; lesbian and gay politics within the activist state. London, Rivers Oram Press, 1994. viii, 216p., wraps.                                                                                            12.00

228.          Cooper, Dennis. Idols. New York, The Sea Horse Press, 1979. 78p., review copy with tls from Sea Horse Publisher Felice Picano to Gay Sunshine's Winston Leyland laid in, first printing, wraps. Poetry. Young 786*.      50.00

229.          Another copy of the first printing, signed and briefly inscribed to Winston Leyland by Cooper on the title page, wraps with small closed tear on the spine.                                                                   50.00

230.          Another copy of the first printing, lacking inscription and review materials, previous owner's signature, lightly worn wraps.                                                                                                                       25.00

231.          Another copy. New York, Amethyst Press, 1989. 87p., first edition thus, wraps. This reissue of Cooper's earlier work omits the two poems he considered the weakest of the collection.                                                       18.00

232.          Cooper, Dennis. The tenderness of the wolves; introduction by Edmund White. Trumansburg, NY, The Crossing Press, 1982. 76p., first edition, very good in black boards. Poetry.                             95.00

233.          Another copy, review sheet laid in, first wraps edition. Poetry.                              40.00

234.          Cooper, Fiona. Rotary spokes. London, Brilliance Books, 1988. 247p., f.e.p. missing, first edition, wraps. Lesbian biker novel.                                                                                                   12.00

235.          Copely, Ursula Enters, comp. Directory of homosexual organizations and publications, annotated. Hollywood, Homosexual Information Center, 1973. 32p., second (revised) edition, wraps with the printed date '1975' on cover.      35.00

236.          Core, Philip. Camp; the lie that tells the truth, foreword by George Melly. New York, Delilah Books, 1984. 212p., profusely illus., 7.5x9.5 inches, first US edition, wraps. Organized in dictionary format. 18.00

237.          Corington, William. A sand fortress; a novel by John Coriolan [pseud.]. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1985. 223p., signed by Coriolan on the title page, first wraps edition (published contemporaneously with the limited edition of 10 copies) of the revised and expanded version.                                          25.00

238.          Another copy of the first wraps edition of the revised and expanded version, not signed.                         18.00

239.          Corley, Carl. Fallen eagle. San Diego, Publishers Export Co., 1967. 155p., paperback original, very campy, lightly worn, color pictorial cover featuring Bald Eagle with wings strategically spread across a hunky, cut and ripped nude, wraps. Gay pulp fiction by an Alabama author. (French Line FL11)                            65.00

240.          Corley, Carl. Satin chaps. San Diego, Publishers Export, 1968. 155p., very good campy color pictorial wraps depicting a scene that would make Jack Twist Flash! Gay pulp fiction, Brokeback style. (French Line FL 31)      45.00

241.          Corvo, Frederick Rolfe. In his own image; with an introduction by Shane Leslie. London, John Lane the Bodley Head, 1924. 421p., 'new edition', spine title gilt, cover title in blind, untrimmed edges, top edge dust-soiled, previous owner's signature, f.e.p. browned, lower hinge appears to have been strengthened with a line of glue.           35.00

242.          Covina, Gina. the city of hermits; a novel. Berkeley, Barn Owl Books, 1983. 219p., first printing, dj. Lesbian science fiction, set after the next California quake.                                                       25.00

243.          Covina, Gina and Laurel Galana, eds. The lesbian reader; an Amazon Quarterly anthology. Oakland, Amazon Press, 1975. 247p., later printing, wraps. Grier A***, C***.                                                                      17.00

244.          Coward, Noel. Point Valaine; a play in three acts. Garden City, Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1935. viii, 117p., bookplate removed, first US edition, edgeworn dj.                                                     35.00

245.          Coward, Noel. Post-mortem; a play in eight scenes. Garden City, Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1935. 112p., first US edition, chipped and dj. The British first edition is Young 827.                                             20.00

246.          Coward, Noel. Present indicative. Garden City, Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1937. viii, 371p. + front., 30p. photos, first US edition.                                                                                             25.00

247.          [Coward, Noël]. Sir Noël Coward; his words and music, a collection of 32 Coward classics, book designed and edited by Lee Snider. New York, Chappell & Co., [1973]. 175p., 9x12 inches, scattered photos, wraps. Sheet music.      15.00

248.          Cox, Cynthia. The enigma of the age; the strange story of the Chevalier d'Eon. London, Longmans, 1966. viii, 149p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                20.00

249.          Coye, Beth F. My Navy too; a political novel based on real life experiences, with Marmaduke Bayne, et. al. Ashland, OR, Cedar Hollow Press, 1998. xiii, 415p., long inscription by Coye, review copy with sheets laid in, wraps.      20.00

250.          Craft, Michael. Rehearsing; a novel. San Diego, Los Hombres Press, 1993. 120p., first printing, wraps. First novel by the author of the Mark Manning mysteries.                                                   22.00

251.          Crew, Louie. Sunspots; poems. Detroit, Lotus Press, 1976. 59p., first edition, slightly worn wraps. Young 851.      25.00

252.          Crisp, Quentin. Chog; a gothic fable. Illustrations by Gahan Wilson. New York, Methuen, 1979. 189p., first US edition, slightly worn wraps.                                                                                       20.00

253.          Crisp, Quentin and Donald Carroll. Doing it with style. New York, Franklin Watts, 1981. 184p., first US printing, signed by both authors on the f.e.p., very good in a very good, unpricecliped dj.      45.00

254.          Crow, Christine. Miss X, or the wolf woman. London, The Women's Press, 1990. 234p., first printing, lightly worn wraps.                                                                                                              12.00

255.          Crowley, Mart. The boys in the band. New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1968. 182p., previous owner inscription, first edition, price-clipped dj. Young 872*.                                               45.00

256.          Cummings, Rich. Pay as you come. San Diego, Surrey House, 1973. 185p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Manhard MH 404)                                                                                                                   18.00

257.          Cunningham, Michael. Flesh and blood. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1995. 466p., first edition, dj. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author's second novel.                                                              25.00

258.          Cunningham, Michael. A home at the end of the world. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1990. 343p., first edition, previous owner's signature, slightly edgeworn dj. The Pulitzer prize-winner's second book.   35.00

259.          Curtis, Frazer. Come in. No. Hollywood, American Art Ent., 1988. 187p., very good reprint in pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (HIS 6902)                                                                                      15.00

260.          D'Allesandro, Sam. The wild creatures; collected stories of Sam D'Allesandro, edited by Kevin Killian. San Francisco, Suspect Thoughts Press, 2005. 157p., very good in dj.                              35.00

261.          D'Arcangelo, Angelo [pseudonym of Joseph Bush]. Angelo D'Arcangelo's love book; inside the sexual revolution from women's lib to gay power. New York, Lancer Books, 1971. 381p., first edition in worn wraps. Articles first published in "Gay," "Screw," "New Times," "EVO" etc.                                              20.00

262.          d'Emilio, John. Making trouble; essays on gay history, politics, and the university. New York, Routledge, 1992. xliv, 274p., wraps.                                                                                                     15.00

263.          Danto, Arthur C. Playing with the edge; the photographic achievement of Robert Mapplethorpe. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1996. xii, 194p., illus. with examples of Mapplethorpe's homoerotic photos, first printing, dj.  22.00

264.          Davenport, Guy. Apples and pears; and other stories. San Francisco, North Point Press, 1984. 296p., dj.      18.00

265.          David, Hugh. On queer street; a social history of British homosexuality, 1895-1995. New York, HarperCollins, 1997. xiii, 305p., first printing, dj.                                                                               18.00

266.          Davis, Christopher. Joseph and the old man. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1988. 211p., very good first edition, dj. Davis' first novel.                                                                                                  25.00

267.          Davray, Henry-D. Oscar Wilde, la tragedie finale; suivi de Épisodes et souvenirs et des apocryphes. Paris , Mercure de France, 1928. 235p., later edition, wraps slightly worn on spine.                                   35.00

268.          de Forrest, Michael. The gay year; a novel. New York, Castle Books, n. d. xvi, 267p., reprint edition, slightly worn dj. Reprint of Young 951*.                                                                               17.00

269.          de Maria, Gary. The closet. San Francisco, Strawberry Hill Press, 1980. [156]p., inscribed by the author, slightly worn wraps. Gay cartoons.                                                                                        35.00

270.          Deaderick, Sam and Tamara Turner. Gay resistance: the hidden history. Seattle, Red Letter Press, 1997. 55p., signed by Turner, revised edition, wraps. Reprinted from an 8-part series in Freedom Socialist.    18.00

271.          DeJong, David Cornel. The unfairness of Easter and other stories, with seven illustrations by Newton Baird. San Jose, The Talisman Press, 1959. 106p., one of 500 copies, first edition. Young 953.  50.00

272.          Delligan, William. Cherry Grove. New York, Popular Library, 1976. 156p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Young 969.      22.00

273.          Delph, Edward William. The silent community; public homosexual encounters. Beverly Hills, Sage Publications, 1978. 185p., second printing, slightly worn wraps.                                                     45.00

274.          Denny, Dallas, ed. Current concepts in transgender identity. New York, Garland Publishing, 1998. xx, 452p.      75.00

275.          Derfner, Joel. Gay haiku. New York, Broadway Books, 2005. 110p., first printing, dj.                              12.00

276.          Diaman, N. A. Castro street memories. San Francisco, Persona Press, 1982. 206p., first edition, inscribed by the author, wraps.                                                                                                    22.00

277.          Another copy of the first edition, not inscribed, wraps.                                          18.00

278.          Diaman, N. A. Reunion. San Francisco, Persona Press, 1983. 164p., first edition, inscribed by the author, wraps.      25.00

279.          Another copy of the first edition, not inscribed, wraps.                                          15.00

280.          Dicksion, Rhonda. Stay tooned; cartoons. Tallahassee, Naiad Press, 1993. 135p., wraps.                         12.00

281.          Dillard, Gavin. Notes from a marriage; love poems. New York, The SeaHorse Press, 1983. 71p., first edition, wraps .                                                                                                                      25.00

282.          Dillard, Gavin. (twenty nineteen poems). Scarborough, Ontario, Catalyst, 1975. [20]p., wraps browning at edges. The gay poet's first chapbook. Young 1011*.                                                          225.00

283.          DiMaria-Kuiper, Johannes W. Hot under the collar; self-portrait of a gay pastor. Columbia, MO, Mercury Press, 1983. ix, 177p., first edition, wraps.                                                                           35.00

284.          Disch, Thomas. Clara Reeve; by Leonie Hargrave [pseud.] New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1975. 442p., first edition, slightly edgeworn dj. Grier C***(A).                                                             25.00

285.          Dixon, Melvin. Change of territory; poems. Lexington, University of Kentucky, 1983. 62p., first edition, wraps. First book by the African American poet. (Callaloo poetry #1)                                                                    75.00

286.          Dixon, Melvin. Trouble the water. Boulder, University of Colorado and Fiction Collective Two, 1989. 243p., signed by Dixon, first printing, dj. Winner of the 1989 Nilon Award.                                                           95.00

287.          Another copy, not signed, second printing, dj.                                                      25.00

288.          Another copy, first wraps printing.                                                                        18.00

289.           [Dlugos, Tim]. Five works; in ZZZ. Calais, VT, Z Press, 1974. 8p. of poetry and prose in the 123p. issue, rear wrap waterstained and penetrating eight pages in the margin. Dlugos' contributions include: 'American Baseball,' 'Too Far,' 'President Truman,' 'Gilligan's Island,' 'Note to J.A.,' and 'Mallarmé'.                   18.00

290.          Donnelly, Nisa. The bar stories; a novel after all. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1989. xi, 346p., first edition, worn dj.                                                                                                                    18.00

291.          Donoghue, Emma. Passions between women; British lesbian culture, 1668-1801. New York, HarperCollins Publishers, 1995. 314p., signed on the title page by Donoghue, first US edition, dj. 20.00

292.          Doty, Mark. Source; poems. New York, HarperCollins Publishers, 2001. 76p., first printing, dj.          12.00

293.          Dover, K. J. Greek homosexuality. New York, MJF Books, 1989. x, 246p. + front., 56p. plates, first MJF printing, dj.                                                                                                                17.00

294.          Drabble, Margaret. Angus Wilson; a biography. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1995. xix, 716p. + 8p. photos, first printing, dj.                                                                                                          18.00

295.          Duberman, Martin. Cures; a gay man's odyssey. New York, Dutton, 1991. 305p., first printing, dj.      18.00

296.          Dukahz, Casimir. The asbestos diary. New York, Oliver Layton Press, 1966. 281p., first edition, spine and top board slightly worn, dj slightly worn with small chip at head of front gutter. Young 1093*. 75.00

297.          Another copy of the first edition, shelfworn dj. Young 1093*.                               50.00

298.          Duncan-Jones, Katherine. Sir Philip Sidney, courtier-poet. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1991. xviii, 350p. + 16 plates, first printing, dj.                                                                                       18.00

299.          Dunphy, Jack. "Dear genius..." A memoir of my life with Truman Capote. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1987. 275p., first printing, dj.                                                                    15.00

300.          Dunphy, Jack. Friends and vague lovers. New York, Farrar, Straus and Young, 1952. 237p., first edition, dj. Young 1109.                                                                                                             50.00

301.          Dunsford, Cathie and Susan Hawthorne, eds. The exploding frangipani; lesbian writing from Australia and New Zealand. Auckland, New Women's Press, 1990. 149p., slightly browned wraps.        18.00

302.          Dupré, Catherine. The child of Julian Flynn. London, Collins, 1972. 221p., first edition, dj. Young 1113.      25.00

303.          Dureau, George. New Orleans; 50 photographs, introduced by Edward Lucie-Smith. London, GMP, 1985. 109p., profusely illus. with photographs of New Orleans' African American men, dj slightly discolored and lightly worn, light smudge on f.e.p.                                                                                                 95.00

304.          Eberhard, E. F. W. Femminismo: decadenza; gli aspetti sessuali della lotta per l'emancipazione femminile, unica traduzione Italiana dal Tedesco a cura dei Dott.i A. V. e P. T. Milan, Casa Editrice Universum, 1933. xxii, 548p., first Italian edition, hinges tender, edgewear with bits of fraying, light damp discoloration along fore margins of casebinding. With considerable material on female homosexuality. Originally written in German, seems not to have been translated into English.                                                                                                                    150.00

305.          Edelman, Scott. The gift. New York, Space and Time, 1990. 178p., first printing, wraps. Author's first novel.      12.00

306.          Edwardes, Allen . The jewel in the lotus; a historical survey of the sexual culture of the east, introduction by Dr. Albert Ellis. New York, The Julian Press, 1959. xxi, 293p., previous owner's gift inscription, first printing, slightly worn dj with piece of clear tape at base of spine, boards slightly faded.                                25.00

307.          Another copy, later printing, lacking dj.                                                                15.00

308.          Eighner, Lars and Clay Caldwell, introduction by Aaron Travis. QSFx2: queer science fiction. New York, Masquerade Books, 1995. 172p.+ads, very good first edition in camp pictorial wraps. 10 tales from two masters. Gay pulp fiction.                                                                                                                45.00

309.          Ekins, Richard. Male femaling; a grounded theory approach to cross-dressing and sex-changing, foreword by Anselm Strauss. London, Routledge, 1997. xv, 185p., wraps.                                    18.00

310.          Elbert, Edmund J. I understand; a handbook for counseling in the seventies. New York, Sheed and Ward, 1971. ix, 291p., dj. With considerable material on homosexuality and other 'deviations', drug addiction, etc., by the Catholic psychologist.                                                                                                              20.00

311.          Elizalde, Guadalupe. Si te labra prisión me fantasía; protada de Gabriela de la Vega. Mexico City, Bibliofilia Mexicana, 1995. 14p. plus a color print of the nun laid in, one of 1000 copies, pictorial string-tied wraps. Lesbian poetry.                                                                                                                      35.00

312.          Elkann, Alain. Piazza Carignano; a novel, translated from the Italian by William Weaver. Boston, The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1985. 243p., first US edition, dj.                                                        18.00

313.          Ellerman, Winifred. Gate to the sea; by Bryher [pseud.] New York, Pantheon, 1958. 119p., first US edition, shelfowrn dj.                                                                                                              25.00

314.          Elliot, Stephan. The adventures of Priscilla, queen of the desert; original screenplay. Sydney, Currency Press, 1994. 86p. + 8p. color photos from the film, first printing, wraps.                                                                25.00

315.          Elliott, Sumner Locke. Fairyland; a novel. New York, Harper & Row, Publishers, 1990. 249p., first edition, dj. Gay Australian American writer.                                                                                 15.00

316.          Ellis, Havelock. Impressions & comments; third (and final) series 1920-1923. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1924. 241p., first US edition, newspaper photo of Ellis taped to interior front board.       35.00

317.          Enríquez, José Ramon, ed. El homosexual ante la sociedad enferma. Barcelona, Tusquets Editor, 1978. 227p., first edition, wraps. Covers various aspects of the gay and lesbian movement, with a bibliography.    35.00

318.          Erauso, Catalina de. Lieutenant nun; memoir of a Basque transvestite in the new world, translated from the Spanish by Micele Stepto and Cabriel Stepto, foreword by Marjorie Garber. Boston, Beacon Press, 1996. xlvii, 80p., second printing, dj.                                                                                                    15.00

319.          Evans, Jean. Three men; an experiment in the biography of emotion. Introduction by Gordon W. Allport. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1954. xviii, 297p., dj. In-depth portraits of three social misfits, one an "articulate homosexual, in his cocoon of weird ritual." - dj. The journalist author worked for the Federal Theater Project's Living Newspaper and became a feature writer for PM.                                                                                 35.00

320.          Another copy, lacking dj.                                                                                     20.00

321.          Everett, Rupert. Hello darling, are you working? Illustration by Frances Crichton Stuart. New York , William Morrow and Company, 1992. 232p., first US edition, dj. Genderbending first novel by the British actor.      30.00

322.          Everton, Ian. Alienation. London, Gay Men's Press, 1982. 209p., first edition, wraps.                         18.00

323.          Fani-Kayode, Rotimi. Black male/white male. London, GMP Publishers, 1988. 72p., profusely illus. with Fani-Kayode's homoerotic photography (including a photo of Essex Hemphill), 9x10 inches, first printing, wraps .      50.00

324.          Farnan, Dorothy J. Auden in love. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1984. 253p. + 8p. photos, first printing, dj.      15.00

325.          Farwell, Byron. Burton; a biography of Sir Richard Francis Burton. New York, Viking, 1988. [xv], 431p. + 16p. illus., first edition thus, dj.                                                                                           15.00

326.          Fenwick, R. D. The Advocate guide to gay health, with a foreword by Richard C. Pillard, M.D. New York, E. P. Dutton, 1978. xiii, 240p., first edition, dj. Important pre-AIDS work.                     15.00

327.          Ferro, Robert. The family of Max Desir. New York, E. P. Dutton, 1983. 244p., first printing, dj.      20.00

328.          Fettner, Ann Giudici and William A. Check. The truth about AIDS; evolution of an epidemic, revised and updated edition, foreword by Bijan Safai. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1986. xiii, 306p., later printing, dj. 17.00

329.          Fey, Edwin. Summer in Sodom. Los Angeles, Argyle Books, 1964. 155p., first edition, dj. Young 1235*.      45.00

330.          Field, Nicola. Over the rainbow; money, class and homophobia. London, Pluto Press, 1995. 193p., wraps.      15.00

331.          Fierstein, Harvey. Safe sex. New York, Atheneum, 1987. xii, 112p., first edition, dj.                            25.00

332.          Fierstein, Harvey. Torch song trilogy; three plays, with a note from the author. New York, Villard Books, 1983. 175p. including illus., first hardback edition, slightly edgeworn dj.                                30.00

333.          Firbank, Ronald. The flower beneath the foot; being a record of the early life of St. Laura de Nazianzi and the times in which she lived. New York, Brentano's, 1924. 229p. + front., plates showing manuscript, first US edition. A heavily worn copy with a small stain. Young 1250.                                                     35.00

334.          FitzGerald, Frances. Cities on a hill; a journey through contemporary American cultures. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1986. 414p., first edition, dj. Studies five American communities, including San Francisco's CAstro district.      15.00

335.          [Flaubert, Gustave]. Flaubert in Egypt: a sensibility on tour. A narrative drawn from Gustave Flaubert's travel notes & letters translated from the French & edited by Francis Steegmuller. Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1972. 232p. + 10 plates, first US edition, dj slightly edgeworn.                                             22.00

336.          Forster, E. M. Albergo Empedocle and other writings; edited, with introduction and notes by George H. Thomson. New York, Liveright, 1971. xii, 273p., first edition, badly chipped dj. Young 1294.         18.00

337.          Forster, E. M. Maurice; a novel. Toronto, Macmillan of Canada, 1971. xi, 241p., Canadian first edition, dj. The British edition is Young 1298*.                                                                                  25.00

338.          Forster, Wilfried. Wilfried Forster. Berlin, Bruno Gmünder, 1990. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with black and white and color male photography, 9.5x10.5 inches, wraps with small closed tear at head of spine.   20.00

339.          Frances, Harriette. Sappho '71; a collection of poetry and drawings. San Francisco, Donahue/Arlington, 1971. [44]p., wraps. Grier A***.                                                                                        35.00

340.          Francis, Claude & Fernande Gontier. Creating Colette; volume two, from Baroness to woman of letters, 1912-1954. South Royalton, VT, Steerforth Press, 1999. xi, 298p., first edition, slightly smudged ffep and dj.       12.00

341.          Franklin, Patrick. The uncertainty of strangers and other stories. San Francisco, Grey Fox Press, 1985. 141p., signed by Franklin on the f.e.p., wraps.                                                                   25.00

342.          Another copy, not signed, wraps.                                                                         17.00

343.          Fraser, Brad. Poor super man; a play with captions. Edmonton, NeWest Press, 1995. 181p., first edition, wraps. Playscript, with a biography of Fraser.                                                                        15.00

344.          Fraser, Brad. The wolf plays; Wolfboy & Prom Night of the Living Dead. Edmonton, NeWest Press, 1993. 252p., first edition, wraps. Playscripts.                                                                       15.00

345.          Freiden, Donald. The boys in the bund. Chatsworth, CA, GX, 1973. 153p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Spartan Books SB 601)                                                                                                         18.00

346.          French, Jim. Another man; photography. New York, State of Man, 1976. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with French's nude male photography, 11x14 inches, date in ink and small label on f.e.p., otherwise very good in a very good dj.  195.00

347.          [French, Jim]. The art of the male nude . Studio City, State of Man, 1993. 104p., profusely illus. with French's homoerotic photograph, both color and black/white, 8.5x11 inches, wraps.                                     50.00

348.          Friedman, Bruce Jay. Stern. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1962. 191p., first edition, dj. Author's first book. Young 1333.                                                                                                             45.00

349.          Friedman, Sanford. Totempole. London, Anthony Blond, 1966. 411p., first British edition, slightly edgeworn dj with Owen Wood graphic. The first US edition is Young 1334*.                                35.00

350.          Fryer, Jonathan. Isherwood. Garden City, Doubleday & Company, 1977. 304p. + 16p. photographs, first edition, dj.  18.00

351.          Another copy of the first edition, worn dj.                                                             15.00

352.          Gage, Carolyn. The second coming of Joan of Arc and other plays. Santa Cruz, HerBooks, 1994. 143p., wraps. Lesbian feminist theater pieces.                                                                       15.00

353.          Gambone, Philip. The language we use up here and other stories. New York, Dutton, 1991. 257p., first edition, dj.  18.00

354.          Gammon, Carolyn. Lesbians ignited. Charlottetown, PEI, Gynergy Books, 1992. 94p., wraps. Poetry.      18.00

355.          Gamson, Joshua. Freaks talk back; tabloid talk shows and sexual nonconformity. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1998. x, 288p., illus. in text, inscribed and signed by Gamson, first printing, dj. GLBTs and visibility in media.                                                                                                                       22.00

356.          Gannett, Lewis. The living one. New York, Random House, 1993. 381p., advance reader's edition, wraps. Gannett's first novel.                                                                                                   25.00

357.          Gantz, Joe. Whose child cries; children of gay parents talk about their lives. Rolling Hills Estates, CA, Jalmar Press, 1983. xxii, 245p., wraps.                                                                                 18.00

358.          García Lorca, Federico. Oda a Walt Whitman. Sonoma, CA, n. pub., n.d. [16]p., one of 10 copies, string-tied wraps with title 'Homenaje a Walt Whitman'. Bilingual text. Originally published in Mexico City in 1933 and included in Spender and Gili's compilation of García Lorca's poetry.                                            25.00

359.          García Lorca, Federico. Tree of song; translated from the Spanish by Alan Brilliant. Santa Barbara, Unicorn Press, 1971. [24]p., letterpress, first edition thus, wraps issue. Fine press poetry.                  30.00

360.          Gatewood, Charles and William S. Burroughs. Sidetripping. New York, Strawberry Hill Publishing Co., 1975. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with Gatewood's grotesque black/white photographs and signed and inscribed by him, 10x10 inches, wraps. Text excerpted from various of Burrough's works.                     35.00

361.          Gault, Peter. Goldenrod. Sag Harbor, NY, The Permanent Press, 1988. vii, 207p., first US edition, dj. Coming-of-age novel.                                                                                                                  22.00

362.          Gay May Day Tribe. Off the butch in S. E. Asia. Washington, the Tribe, [1971]. 1p. flyer calling for a Gay Mayday as part of the May national antiwar actions.                                                   25.00

363.          Gay Rights Writer's Group. It could happen to you; an account of the gay civil rights campaign in Eugene, Oregon. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1983. 95p., first edition, wraps.                                                                      17.00

364.          Genet, Jean. The complete poems of Jean Genet; introductions: David Fisher, Paul Mariah. With translations by: David Fisher, Paul Mariah, Frank O'Hara, Chet Roaman, Nanos Valaoritis, and Guy Wernham. South San Francisco, Manroot, 1981. 127p., [x], first printing, wraps with one-inch wide verticle discolored strip both front and back. "This book-length study of the poetry of Jean Genet is the 12th and final issue of ManRoot as a MAGAZINE." - verso of title page.                                                                                                                         25.00

365.          Genet, Jean. Miracle of the rose. Translated from the French by Bernard Frechtman. New York, Grove Press, 1966. 344p., first US edition, dj. Young 1388*.                                                         30.00

366.          Genet, Jean. Pompes funebres; das totenfest, roman. Hamburg, Merlin Verlag, 1966. 240p., first German edition, dj.  22.00

367.          Genet, Jean. Querelle; translated from the original French by Anselm Hollo. New York, Grove Press, 1966. 276p., first US edition, shelfworn dj The British first edition is Young 1390*.              25.00

368.          Genet, Jean. The thief's journal; foreword by Jean-Paul Sartre, translated from the French by Bernard Frechtman. New York, Grove Press, 1964. 268p., first US edition, dj. Young 1392*.                                      35.00

369.          Genet, Jean. Treasures of the night; the collected poems, translated by Steven Finch, drawings by Bill Sullivan. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1981. 119p., one of 100 numbered copies, first printing. Young 1393*.      150.00

370.          George, Stefan. Poems; rendered into English by by Carol North Valhope and Ernst Morwitz. New York, Pantheon Books, 1943. 254p., first [US] edition, very good in a shelfworn dj.            25.00

371.          Gevisser, Mark and Edwin Cameron, eds. Defiant desire; gay and lesbian lives in South Africa. New York, Routledge, 1995. xiii, 376p., wraps.                                                                           18.00

372.          Gide, André. Autumn leaves; translated from the French "Feuillets d'Automne" by Elsie Pell. New York, Philosophical Library, 1950. 296p., first printing, dj.                                                   20.00

373.          Gide, André. Corydon; translated, and with a preface, by Richard Howard. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1983. xxiv, 135p., first edition thus, dj. This translation of what Gide described as 'the most important of my books' puts homosexuality at the center of the discourse. See Young 1414*.                                 25.00

374.          Gide, André. Corydon; with a comment on the second dialogue in Corydon by Frank Beach. New York, Farrar, Straus and Company, 1950. xx, 220p., first US edition. Young 1414*.                      15.00

375.          Gide, André. So be it; or the chips are down, translated from the French, with an introduction and notes, by Justin O'Brien. London, Chatto & Windus, 1960. xiv, 166p. + vii index, first British edition, slightly shelfworn dj.   35.00

376.          Gidlow, Elsa. A creed for free women. Mill Valley, CA, the author, n.d. Single printed sheet, 8.5x11 inches, with Gidlow's poem.                                                                                                         25.00

377.          Gidlow, Elsa. Yuletide letter from Druid Heights. Mill Valley, CA, the author, n.d. Single printed sheet with Gidlow's Christmas poem.                                                                                         20.00

378.          Gifford, Barry. Night people. New York, Grove Press, 1992. 190p., first printing, dj. Gifford's southern protagonists confront 'rape, religious fanaticism, sexual confusion, racial discrimination, AIDS, child abuse, poverty - in other words, the United States at the end of the twentieth century." - dj.                      17.00

379.          Gigeroff, Alex K. Sexual deviations in the ciminal law; homosexual, exhibitionistic, and pedophilic offences in Canada. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1968. x, 218p. (Clarke Institute of Psychiatry monograph #2)      30.00

380.          Gilbert, Dan. The slaughter of innocence. San Diego, The Danielle Publishers, 1937. 124p., very good in wraps. Gilbert's right-wing moral crusades this time focus on homosexuality and promiscuity.  65.00

381.          Gilbert, Sky. Guilty. Toronto, Insomniac Press, 1998. 155p., wraps. A novel by Canada's leading drag queen.      15.00

382.          Gill, Elaine, ed. Mountain moving day; poems by women. Trumansburg, NY, The Crossing Press, 1973. 126p., later printing, slightly discolored wraps, ex libris (pocket in back, label on spine). With an original contribution from Jessica Hagedorn, and others from Alta, Fran Winant, Lin Lifshin, Susan Griffin and others. 18.00

383.          Gill, John. From the diary of Peter Doyle and other poems. Plainfield, IN, Alembic Press, 1981. 76p., first wraps printing. Young 1437*.                                                                                              18.00

384.          Another copy, second wraps printing.                                                                  15.00

385.          Gilliatt, Penelope. Sunday bloody Sunday; the original screenplay of the John Schlesinger film. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1986. xxiii, 151p., first edition, review copy with slip, dj, price intact, illustrated with stills and including an essay by the author on making of the film.                                                                                                             50.00

386.          Ginsberg, allen and Peter Orlovsky. Straight hearts' delight; love poems and selected letters, 1947-1980, edited by Winston Leyland. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1980. 239p., first wraps edition (issued simultaneously with the limited hardback edition).                                                                                     20.00

387.          Girodias, Maurice. The frog prince; an autobiography. New York, Crown Publishers, 1980. 411p., first printing of the first US edition, dj. Authored by Olympia Press founder and sexual freedom advocate Girodias. 25.00

388.          Glanville, Brian. The artist type. London, Jonathan Cape, 1967. 192p., first edition, dj worn at spine ends and corners. This edition precedes its US counterpart, which is Young 1472.                                         30.00

389.          Glickman, Gary. Aura; a novel. New York, Harringrton Park Press, 2004. 345p., nice inscription by Glickman, very good in wraps. New York-based novel, set in the 1970s and 80s.                                           20.00

390.          Glickman, Gary. Years from now; a novel. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1987. 263p., first edition, dj.      22.00

391.          Goldstein, Michael J. and Harold Sanford Kant, with John J. Hartman. Pornography and sexual deviance; a report of the Legal and Behavioral Institute, Beverly Hills, California. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1973. 194p., slightly worn dj.                                                                                              25.00

392.          Gonsiorek, John C., ed. Homosexuality and psychotherapy; a practitioner's handbook of affirmative models; Journal of Homosexuality, volume 7, numbers 2/3. New York, The Haworth Press, 1982. 212p., previous owner's gift inscription. (Research on homosexuality, #4)                                                                              18.00

393.          Gooch, Brad. Scary kisses. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1988. 270p., first printing, dj. Gooch's first novel.      25.00

394.          Goodman, Paul. The break-up of our camp and other stories. Norfolk, Connecticut, New Directions, 1949. 160p., first edition, some glue remains on front endpapers, worn dj with some abrasions and chips. *Nicely 177, Young 1516. (Direction 14)                                                                                                  10.00

Goodman "was a novelist and poet as well as a social commentator and one of the most influential members of the New Left." *Johnpoll.

395.          Goodman, Paul. Three early stories. Santa Barbara, CA, Black Sparrow Press, 1977. [13p.], wraps, fine condition. First publication of the stories, written in 1936 - 8. (Sparrow 58, July, 1977) 12.00

396.          Goodwin, John. The idols and the prey. New York, Harper & Brothers, 1953. 341p., first edition, dj. Novel set in Haiti. Young 1535.                                                                                                 45.00

397.          Another copy. London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1954. 341p., first British edition, dj worn at spine ends. First novel by the American author.                                                                                    35.00

398.          Gordon, Lynn. Paper boys; a paper doll book. Boston, Alphabet Soup, 1984. [13]p., illus., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.      25.00

399.          Gough, Jamie and Mike Macnair. Gay liberation in the eighties. London, Pluto Press, 1985. 131p., wraps.      25.00

400.          Goyen, William. Arcadio; a novel. New York, Clarkson N. Potter, 1983. 147p., first edition, dj.          20.00

401.          Goyen, William. Arthur Bond. N. pl., Palaemon Press, 1979. [16]p., one of 230 copies numbered and signed by Goyen, wraps. Short prose piece about a man who died from a worm in his thigh ...   50.00

402.          Grae, Camarin. Paz. Chicago, Blazon Books, 1984. 326p., first edition, wraps.    12.00

403.          Graham, Candis J. Imperfect moments; stories. Vancouver, Polestar, 1993. 174p., wraps.                 15.00

404.          Grahn, Judy. Another mother tongue; gay words, gay worlds. Boston, Beacon Press, 1984. xix, 324p., first printing, signed and briefly inscribed by Grahn, slightly edgeworn dj .                                                       25.00

405.          Grant, Niels, Jr. The case for homosexuality. Cleveland, K.D.S. Books, 1969. 188p., very good first edition in wraps. Pseudo-scientific pulp with "case studies". (Century Book 078)                                                        30.00

406.          Grau, Günter, ed. Hidden holocaust? Gay and lesbian persecution in Germany 1933-45, with a contribution by Claudia Schoppmann, translated by Patrick Camiller. London, Cassell, 1995. xxviii, 308p., wraps.  18.00

407.          Grau, Günter, ed. Homosexualität in der NS-Zeit; Dokumente einer Diskriminierung und Verfolgung, mit einem Beitrag von Caludia Schoppman. Frankfurt, Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, 2004. 367p., later edition, very good in wraps.                                                                                                                       20.00

408.          Gray, Simon. Butley. New York, Viking, 1971. 78p., first US edition, price-clipped dj. Young 1567*.      40.00

409.          Grebanier, Bernard D. N. The other love; a triptych. New York, Bookman Associates, 1957. Unpaginated, signed by Grebanier, slightly shelfworn dj. These narrative poems are Young 1572*. 85.00

410.          Green, Sarah F. Urban amazons; lesbian feminism and beyond in the gender, sexuality and identity battles of London. London, Macmillan Press, 1997. xii, 234p. + 8p. photos, first printing, dj.     35.00

411.          Greene, Jay. Pretty boy. New York, Midwood Enterprises, 1968. 186p., f.e.p. missing, wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Young 1601*. (35-149)                                                                                            20.00

412.          Greene, Jay. Shadow of a man. New York, Midwood, 1970. 203p., photographic cover, wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Private Library Edition M-175-13)                                                                           30.00

413.          Greenfield, Natalee S., [pseud.] The two worlds of Tina. New York, Vantage Press, 2006. xiii,, 177p., first edition, dj. Story of an MTF.                                                                                     35.00

414.          Greif, Martin. The gay book of days; an evocatively illustrated who's who of who is, was, may have been, probably was, and almost certainly seems to have been gay during the past 5,000 years. Secaucus, Lyle Stuart, 1982. 223p., profusely illus., 8.5x11 inches dj with long closed tear. Foreword by Samuel Stewart (whose photograph is also the frontispiece).                                                                                                        18.00

415.          Griffin, Carolyn Welch, Marian J. Wirth and Arthur G. Wirth. Beyond acceptance; parents of lesbians and gays talk about their experiences. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, 1986. xiii, 199p., dj with small closed tear.     20.00

416.          Grummon, Timothy Walters. Panels of love; paintings and reflections. San Diego, Los Hombres Press, 1990. 91p., profusely illus. with color illus. by the artist, 8.5x11 inches, first printing, wraps. The HIV-positive artist uses his art and bible passages to reflect on the meaning of his experience.                                          35.00

417.          Guerard, Albert J. André Gide. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1951. xvii, 263p., tattered dj.   25.00

418.          Guerrero, Natividad. La educación sexual en la joven generación. Havana, Editora Politica, 1985. 86p., illus., slightly creased wraps. With some material on homosexuality.                                                                      35.00

419.          Guess, Carol. Switch. Corvallis, Calyx Books, 1998. 272p., advance reading copy, wraps. Novel of a small town with lots of undertones ...                                                                                           15.00

420.          Gunn, Thom. Jack Straw's castle and other poems. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1976. 77p., first US edition in this format, dj.                                                                                             25.00

421.          Gunn, Thom. The man with night sweats. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1992. 85p., first US edition, signed by Gunn on the title page, dj.                                                                                  25.00

422.          Gunn, Thom. Moly. London, Faber and Faber, 1971. 55p., first edition, dj.         35.00

423.          Gwynn, Mary. Love, Mary. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1981. 192p., first printing, dj with three closed tears. 'Innocent-in-NY' theme with both gay and lesbian content.                                          22.00

424.          Haddad, Edward G. II. The son. Beirut, the author, 1968. 65p., inscribed by the poet, wraps. Poetry with gay and lesbian themes, not in Young or Grier.                                                                  45.00

425.          Hall, Radclyffe. The well of loneliness: with a commentary by Havelock Ellis. Garden City, Permabooks, 1959. 437p., commentary, author's note, very good in color pictorial wraps. (M 5010)         20.00

Complete and unabridged reprint of Hall's infamous lesbian novel.

426.          Hall, Richard. Family fictions; a novel. New York, Viking, 1991. 273p., first edition, dj.         18.00

427.          Hall, Richard. Fidelities; a book of stories. New York, Viking, 1992. 278p., inscribed by Hall on the title page, first edition, dj.                                                                                                           25.00

428.          Another copy of the first edition, not inscribed, dj.                                                18.00

429.          Another uninscribed copy, 264p., uncorrected proof, wraps.                                18.00

430.          Hallasy, Paul. New York trilogy; New York underground, Trapped, and Love and sex. New York, Downtown Press, 1990. 150p., wraps. Reissue of Hallasy's work.                                               25.00

431.          Halliday, Mikey. Daisychain: a collection of short stories, artwork by Debbie Handley. Washington, Queer Associated Press, 1995. 156p., first edition, wraps.                                                   15.00

432.          Haltrecht, Montague. A secondary character. London, Andre Deutsch, 1965. 160p., first edition, dj. Young 1672.                                                                                                                        35.00

433.          Hamilton, J. A. Steam cleaning love. London, ON, Brick Books, 1993. 93p., signed by the Canadian poet, wraps. Womanist poetry.                                                                                           18.00

434.          Hamilton, J. S. Piers Gaveston; Earl of Cornwall, 1307-1312, politics and patronage in the reign of Edward II. Detroit and London, Wayne State University Press and Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1988. 192p., first printing, dj.      65.00

435.          Hamilton, Wallace. Coming out. New York, New American Library/Signet, 1977. 270p., later printing, wraps. Young 1681*.                                                                                                           15.00

436.          Hammond, Diana. The impersonator. New York, Doubleday, 1992. 357p., advance reading copy, wraps. Gender-bending novel.                                                                                               15.00

437.          Handl, Irene. The gold tip pfitzer; a novel. London, Allen Lane, 1973. 191p., first edition, dj. Young 1691.      30.00

438.          Hansen, Joseph. Backtrack. Woodstock, VT, The Countryman Press, 1982. 167p., signed by Hansen on the f.e.p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                 35.00

439.          Another copy of the first edition, unsigned, dj.                                                      18.00

440.          Hansen, Joseph. The boy who was buried this morning; a Dave Brandstetter mystery. New York, Viking, 1990. 181p., first edition, dj. The eleventh of Hansen's mysteries featuring the gay detective. 15.00

441.          Hansen, Joseph. Early graves; a Dave Brandstetter mystery. New York, The Mysterious Press, 1987. 184p., first edition, dj. The ninth of Hansen's mysteries featuring the gay detective.                                             15.00

442.          Hansen, Joseph. Gravedigger; a Dave Brandstetter mystery. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1982. 183p., first printing, dj. The sixth of Hansen's mysteries featuring the gay detective.      15.00

443.          Hansen, Joseph. Job's year. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1983. 276p., first edition, dj.      15.00

444.          Hansen, Joseph. The little dog laughed; a Dave Brandstetter mystery. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1986. 184p., first edition, dj. The eighth of Hansen's mysteries featuring the gay detective. 15.00

445.          Hansen, Joseph. The man everybody was afraid of. London, Faber & Faber, 1978. 156p., first edition, dj. The scarcest of the Dave Branstetter mysteries. Young 1700*.                                          45.00

446.          Hansen, Joseph. Obedience; a Dave Brandstetter mystery. New York, The Mysterious Press, 1988. 202p., first edition, dj. The tenth of Hansen's mysteries featuring the gay detective is also one of the first novels to deal seriously with Los Angeles' immigrant Vietnamese community.                                                         15.00

447.          Hansen, Joseph. Skinflick; a Dave Brandstetter mystery. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979. 194p., first edition, dj. The fifth of Hansen's mysteries featuring the gay detective. Young 1708*. 20.00

448.          Hansen, Joseph. A smile in his lifetime. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1981. 292p., first edition, dj.      15.00

449.          Hansen, Joseph. Steps going down. London, Arlington Books, 1985. 307p., first British edition, dj.     22.00

450.          Another copy. Woodstock, VT, The Countryman Press, 1985. 307p., first edition, slightly edgeworn, dj.      20.00

451.          Hansen, Joseph. Trouble maker. London, Harrap, 1975. 164p., first British edition, dj. Young 1705*.      30.00

452.          Hardy, Robin, with David Groff. The crisis of desire; AIDS and the fate of gay brotherhood. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1999. xxxiv, 205p., first printing, dj.                                                                                 17.00

453.          Harris, Frank. Oscar Wilde; including My memories of Oscar Wilde by George Bernard Shaw, and an introductory note by Lyle Blair. New York, Michigan State University Press, 1959. ix, 358p., boards slightly soiled.      18.00

454.          Hart, Ellen, et. al. The lesbian in front of the classroom: writings by lesbian teachers, edited by Sarah-Hope Parmeter and Irene Reti. Santa Cruz, HerBooks, 1988. 58p., slightly waterstained wraps. 12.00

455.          Harvey, Ian. To fall like Lucifer. London, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1971. 171p., second printing, edgeworn dj. Harvey, a junior minister in the Macmillan government, was arrested for homosexual acts. Here is his version of the scandal and analysis of the homosexual in society.                                                                            18.00

456.          Harvie, Ron. The Voltaire smile and other stories. New York, Gay Presses of New York, 1982. 196p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                                          17.00

457.          Harwood, Gean. The oldest gay couple in America; a seventy-year journey through same-sex America. Secaucus, Carol Publishing Group, 1997. xvi, 304p., first printing, dj. Autobiography by Harwood, a major figure in both New York and Hollywood dance scenes, centering on his long relationship with Bruhs Mero.   18.00

458.          Harwood, Lee. The sinking colony. London, Fulcrum Press, 1970. 30p., one of 100 copies numbered and signed by the poet. While these poems contain no overt homoerotic content, Harwood's three previous books appear in Young.                                                                                                                   45.00

459.          Hathaway, Michael. We came to love. Santa Cruz, Obelus Books, 1994. 128p., wraps. Poetry by a Northern California gay peace activist/mystic/radical færy.                                                         20.00

460.          Hausherr, Rosemary. Children and the AIDS virus; a book for children, parents & teachers. New York, Clarion Books, 1989. 48p., profusely illus. with photos, order form laid in, first printing, dj.     18.00

461.          Hayes, Alfred. All thy conquests. New York, Howell, Soskin, 1946. 295p., endpapers browned, first edition, edgeworn dj. Young 1733.                                                                                        35.00

462.          Hayes, Joseph. The deep end; a novel. New York, The Viking Press, 1967. 405p., first edition, dj. Not in Young.      25.00

463.          Hegedus, Adam de. The troubled midnight; by Rodney Garland [pseud.] New York, Coward-McCann, 1955. 252p., first US edition, slightly edgeworn dj. Young 1356*.                                        45.00

464.          Heger, Heinz. The men with the pink triangle; translated by David Fernbach. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1980. 117p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                        15.00

465.          Another copy, Introduction by Klaus Müller. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1994. 120p., first printing of the new edition with a new introduction, fine in wraps.                                                             10.00

466.          Herek, Gregory M., et. al., eds. Out in force; sexual orientation and the military. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1996. xiii, 337p., first wraps printing.                                                               12.00

467.          Herlihy, James Leo. Stop, you're killing me; three short plays. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1970. 79p., first edition, price-clipped dj. Young 1773.                                                                       30.00

468.          Hesse, Herman. Peter Camenzind; translated by W. J. Strachan. London, Peter Owen/Vision Press, 1968. 174p., second printing, owner's name in ink on f.e.p., dj slightly shelfworn. Young 1783.        22.00

469.          Himself. Memoirs of Jeff X; the erotic diary of a young man bedeviled by a twisted sex drive that only another man could satisfy! [cover]. Woodside, Zil, Inc., 1968. 169p., camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction posing as a true story. (Empire Book EB 1001)                                                                                  40.00

470.          Hinckle, Warren. Gayslayer! The story of how Dan White killed Harvey Milk and George Moscone & got away with murder. Virginia City, NV, Silver Dollar Books, 1985. 100p., illus., first edition, wraps.            45.00

471.          History Project, comp. Improper Bostonians; lesbian and gay history from the Puritans to playland, foreword by Barney Frank. Boston, Beacon Press, 1998. xi, 212p., 8.25x10 inches, first printing, dj. 20.00

472.          Hoare, Philip. Noël Coward; a biography. New york, Simon & Schuster, 1995. xii, 605p. + 24p. photos, first US printing, dj.                                                                                                                20.00

473.          Hockney, David. David Hockney by David Hockney; edited by Nikos Stangos, introductory essay by Hennry Geldzahler. New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1976. 312p., profusely illus. with Hockney's works in both color and black and white, 8x10 inches, later printing, dj slightly worn at top of spine.                          35.00

474.          Hoffman, William M. As is; a play. New York, Random House, 1985. xx, 97p., Illustrated with photos, first edition, dj, early AIDS play, Obie and Drama Desk Award winner.                            35.00

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475.          Another copy, second printing, dj.                                                                        17.00

476.          Holbrook, Sabra. Fighting back; the struggle for gay rights. New York, E. P. Dutton, 1987. ix, 99p., first printing, dj. Aimed at teenagers.                                                                                              25.00

477.          Holland, Walter. A journal of the plague years; poems 1979-1992. New York, Magic City Press, 1992. iii, 122p., inscribed by Holland, first edition, wraps.                                                      25.00

478.          Holleran, Andrew. Dancer from the dance; a novel. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1978. 250p., first printing, dj. Young 1855*.                                                                                   45.00

479.          Another copy. London, Jonathan Cape, 1979. 250p., first British edition, dj.        45.00

480.          Holleran, Andrew. Ground zero. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1988. 228p., first edition, dj somewhat worn .                                                                                                       18.00

481.          Holleran, Andrew. Nights in Aruba. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1983. 240p., first edition, slightly shelfworn dj.                                                                                                              15.00

482.          Holmes, Margarita Go Singco. Life, love, lust; straightforward answers to provocative questions. Manila, Anvil Publishing, 1990/1. xi, 258p., later printing, wraps worn with a tear in the spine panel. From the Filipina counselor's advice columns, including a number on homosexuality.                                                30.00

483.          Hopcke, Robert H., et. al., eds. Same-sex love and the path to wholeness. Boston, Shambhala, 1993. xi, 294p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                                   15.00

484.          Hoppenbrouwers, Toke. Autumn sea. Portland, ME, Astarte Shell Press, 1996. 144p., first printing, wraps. Short novel based on interracial lesbian relationships.                                                           18.00

485.          Howard, Billy. photographs. Epitaphs for the living; words and images in the time of AIDS, with an introduction by Lonnie D. Kliever. Dallas, Southern Methodist University, 1989. xviii, [136]p., [xvi] appendix, profusely illus. with Howard's photos, accompanied by the words of the people photographed, 11x14 inches, first edition, dj.    45.00

486.          Hudson, John Paul and Warren Wexler. Superstar ¿murder? A prose flick. New York, Insider Press, 1976. 347p., signed by Hudson, first edition, dj. Young 1914.                                            25.00

487.          Hunter, Rebecca, et. al., eds. Thunder from the earth; contributions by the whole lesbian community. N. pl., Lavender Press, 1973. 32p., previous owner's gift inscription, wraps. Lesbian poetry, drawings and photographs.      45.00

488.          Huston, Bo. The listener; a novella and four stories. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1993. 168p., first edition, dj.      17.00

489.          Hutchins, Loraine and Lani Kaahumanu, eds. Bi any other name; bisexual people speak out. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1991. xxvi, 379p., first printing, wraps.                                                  12.00

490.          Another copy, later printing, wraps.                                                                      10.00

491.          Ignotus, Auctor. AE: the open persuader, by Auctor Ignotus [pseud.], illustrations by M. Los Angeles, One Incorporated, 1969. [viii], 283p., illus., one of 1,000 copies, rear board discolored. Variously attributed to Gerald Heard or W.Dorr Legg.                                                                                             25.00

492.          Imani, Ko. Shirt of flame; the secret gay art of war. Ypsilanti, Goko Media, 2003. 111p., signed by the author, first edition, wraps. On directions for gay activism.                                                      18.00

493.          Indiana, Gary. Gone tomorrow. London, Serpent's Tail, 1993. 244p., first British edition, wraps.         18.00

494.          Inge, William. The dark at the top of the stairs; with an introduction by Tennessee Williams. New York, Random House, 1960. 127p., first edition, slightly rubbed dj, price intact, illustrated with photos. Young 1947.          50.00

495.          Ingersoll, Robert G. Crimes against criminals. South San Francisco, Manroot, 1974. 59p., wraps. Reprint of Ingersoll's 1906 essay.                                                                                               22.00

496.          Integrity, Inc. News & notes. Washington, Integrity, Inc., 1988. 32p., illus., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Includes the organization's convention coverage.                                                                            15.00

497.          Isherwood, Christopher. All the conspirators; a novel. New York, New Directions Books, 1958. 255p., first US edition, dj with one-inch triangle cut from inside front flap (price-clippery). Top edge tint has suffered a dampstain.      35.00

498.          Another copy. New York, New Directions Books, 1979. 255p., review copy with sheet laid in, wraps. 15.00

499.          Isherwood, Christopher. Christopher and his kind, 1929-1939. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1976. 339p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                           20.00

500.          Isherwood, Christopher. Down there on a visit. London, Methuen & Co., 1962. 352p., first edition, dj. Young 1965.                                                                                                                        45.00

501.          Another copy. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1962. 319p., first US edition, dj. 25.00

502.          Another copy of the first US edition, dj slightly stained.                                         18.00

503.          Isherwood, Christopher. Kathleen and Frank. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1971. 510p., first US edition, review copy with slip laid in, dj slightly worn. Young 1968.                                         30.00

504.          Another copy of the first US edition, lacking review materials, dj slightly edgeworn.                                25.00

505.          Isherwood, Christopher. A meeting by the river. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1967. 191p., first edition, worn dj. Young 1970*.                                                                                                      25.00

506.          Isherwood, Christopher. The memorial; portrait of a family. Norfolk, CT, New Directions, 1946. 294p., covers slightly faded. Young 1971.                                                                                        25.00

507.          Isherwood, Christopher. My guru and his disciple. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1980. 338p., first edition, dj.  20.00

508.          Another copy of the first edition, dj scuffed.                                                          15.00

509.          Isherwood, Christopher. October; drawings by Don Bachardy. Los Angeles, Twelvetrees Press, 1981. 85p., 9x12 inches, one of 3000 copies, first trade edition, wraps.                                                 45.00

510.          Jackson, Christopher. Manuel. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. 251p., first edition, dj. Young 1991.      45.00

511.          Jackson, Graham. Dance as dance; selected reviews and essays, drawings by Albert Forister. Scarborough, ON, Catalyst, 1978. 128p. + notes and index, wraps. With some emphasis on the homoerotic. 45.00

512.          Jackson, Neville. No end to the way; a novel about a homosexual 'marriage'. London, Corgi Books, 1967. 240p., very good reprint in camp pictorial wraps. The 1965 UK hardcover was Young 1995*. 25.00

513.          James, Antony. America's homosexual underground. New York, L. S. Publications, 1965. 192p., wraps. "An ace reporter covers a world of vice and intrigue" - Anti-gay pulp. (Imperial IMP 714) 30.00

514.          Jarman, Derek. Up in the air; collected film scripts, with an introduction by Michael O'Pray. London, Vintage, 1996. 225p., first printing, wraps.                                                                              17.00

515.          Jeffries, William [pseudonym of Arthur Plotnick]. Mr. Queen. San Diego, Corinth Publications, 1966. 190p., camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Young 2016*. (A Sundown Reader SR 600)           75.00

516.          Jennings, Theodore W., Jr. The man Jesus loved; homoerotic narratives from the new testament. Cleveland, The Pilgrim Press, 2003. x, 246p., first printing, wraps.                                                     20.00

517.          Johnson, Fenton. Geography of the heart; a memoir. New York, Scribner, 1996. 244p., uncorrected proofs, wraps. The author's memoir of his lover, Larry Rose, who died of AIDS.                    18.00

518.          Johnson, Germaine. The women of mongrel passions and lesbian descent. San Francisco, the author, 1982. [56]p., inscribed by Johnson, wraps. Poetry.                                                            25.00

519.          Another copy, not inscribed, rear wrap and a few inside pages slightly stained, not affecting text.            17.00

520.          [Johnson], Sean [pseud.] Surfside sex. N. pl., Omega International, [1973?]. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with Sean's graphic and explicit homoerotic drawings, wraps. The Norman bibliography states that one version of this book was published in Rotterdam, 1978; this is a different issue. Gay pulp fiction about a surfer-boy and his lovers.      50.00

521.          Johnston, Gordon. Which way out of the men's room? Options for the male homosexual. South Brunswick, A. S. Barnes and Company, 1979. 330p., review copy with slip laid in, dj.                                                           22.00

522.          Another copy, lacking review materials, dj.                                                           17.00

523.          Johnston, Jill. Mother bound; autobiography in search of a father. New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1971. 164p., first edition, slightly shelfworn dj.                                                                                15.00

524.          Jonas, Stephen. Two for Jack Spicer. South San Francisco, Manroot Books, 1974. [24]p., 8.5x11 inch sheets folded in half and fastened into 8.5x6.5 printed wraps, which are slightly smudged and discolored. Gay African American poet. Young 2038.                                                                                     20.00

525.          Jones, Christopher A. 'Monastic identity and sodomitic danger in the Occupatio by Odo of Cluny" [in Speculum]. Cambridge, MA, The Medieval Academy of America, January 2007. Article, pp.1-53 only (of 275p.), entire issue, faintest signs of any handling. (Speculum 82)                                                                 15.00

526.          Jordan, Jennifer. A safe place to sleep; a novel. Denver, Our Power Press, 199. 171p., first printing, wraps. First novel by the Denver writer.                                                                                        12.00

527.          Judd, Ralph. Drag gags; fun with female impersonation from the movies. San Francisco, Ralph Judd Communications, 1991. 64p., illus. with movie stills, wraps.                                        15.00

528.          Kalichman, Seth C. Kalichman; a guide for mental health professionals. Washington, American Psychological Association, 1005. xiv, 421p., first edition, dj.                                                            15.00

529.          Kantrowitz, Arnie. Under the rainbow; growing up gay. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1977. 255p. including photos, first printing, slightly edgeworn dj.                                                    20.00

530.          Kantrowitz, Arnie. Under the rainbow; growing up gay. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1977. 255p. including photos, first printing, review copy with slips laid in, dj.                                                                   25.00

531.          Kaufman, Gershen and Lev Raphael. Coming out of shame; transforming fay and lesbian lives. New York, Doubleday, 1996. 287p., first printing, dj.                                                                  17.00

532.          Kavanaugh, James. Faces in the city; photographic illustrations by Ron Rubenstein. Los Angeles, Nash Publications, 1972. [94]p., first printing, dj with three-inch closed tear. Poetry.                                            17.00

533.          Kaye/Kantrowitz, Melanie. The issue is power; essays on women, Jews, violence and resistance. San Francisco, Aunt Lute Books, 1992. iv+262p., introduction, chapter notes, very good first trade paper edition in original wraps.      12.00

534.          Keilson-Lauritz, Marita, et. al., eds. Homoseksualiteit voor beginners; over geschiedenis, emanipatie en leefstijl. Amsterdam, Schorer, 1991. 243p., first edition, very good in wraps.                                                           30.00

535.          Kepner, Jim. Becoming a people ... a 4,000 year gay and lesbian chronology. North Hollywood, The National Gay Archives, 1983. 79p., 11x8.5 inches, inscribed by Kepner, rubbed, slightly soiled soiled and stapled wraps.      45.00

536.          Kikel, Rudy. Lasting relations; poems. New York, The Sea Horse Press, 1984. 61p., first edition, wraps.      22.00

537.          Killian, Kevin. I cry like a baby. New York, Painted Leaf Press, 2001. 160p., wraps. Erotic stories by the San Francisco writer.                                                                                                        18.00

538.          King, Karen and Nann Dunne. True colours; book one. Nederland, TX, Yellow Rose Books, 2001. 352p., first printing of the second edition, wraps.                                                                          22.00

539.          Kirkup, James. The cosmic shape; an interpretation of myth and legend with three poems and lyrics by Ross Nichols and James Kirkup. London, The Forge Press, 1946. 111p., one of 500 numbered copies, front. by Muriel Metcalfe, first edition, dj with light soiling and light shelfwear. Ross Nichols is a pseudonym used by Kirkup. Not in Young.                                                                                                                      65.00

540.          Kirkup, James. Me all over; memoirs of a misfit. London, Peter Owen, 1993. 239p., review copy with slip laid in, first edition, dj. Fifth volume of Kirkup's autobiography.                                              25.00

541.          Kirkup, James. A poet could not but be gay; some legends of my lost youth. London, Peter Owen, 1991. 240p., first edition, somewhat worn dj. Fourth volume of Kirkup's autobiography.                                      18.00

542.          Kirkup, James. Queens have died young and fair; a fable of the immediate future. London, Peter Owen, 1993. 175p., first edition, top edges of dj worn.                                                                   18.00

543.          Kirkup, James. The submerged village and other poems. London, Oxford University Press, 1951. 96p., first edition, cellophane wrapping worn. Young 2145.                                                       45.00

544.          Kirkup, James. Tropic temper; a memoir of Malaya. London, Collins, 1963. 287p., first edition, somewhat shelfworn dj. Young 2146.                                                                                         45.00

545.          Klaich, Dolores. Woman + woman; attitudes toward lesbianism. London, New English Library, 1975. 287p., first printing, dj.                                                                                                                25.00

546.          Klein, Fred. The bisexual option; a concept of one-hundred percent intimacy. New York, Arbor House, 1978. xi, 221p., first printing.                                                                                                    18.00

547.          Kleinberg, Seymour, ed. The other persuasion; an anthology of short fiction about gay men and women. New York, Vintage Books, 1977. xxi, 349p., first printing, wraps. Paperback original, Young 2157*. Grier A*B*.      22.00

548.          Klepfisz, Irena. Keeper of accounts. Watertown, MA, Persephone Press, 1982. 97p., first printing, wraps. Poetry by the Polish/Jewish/lesbian immigrant.                                                                       17.00

549.          Knight, Richard Payne and Thomas Wright. Sexual symbolism; a history of phallic worship. Includes two complete volumes, A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus [1786] and The Worship of the Generative Powers [1866], with original plates. Introduction by Ashley Montague. New York, Bell Publishing Company, [1960?]. vii, 217p. + 296p., first Bell printing, dj.                                                                                                                        5.00

550.          König, Ralf. Roy & Al. Vancouver, Arsenal Pulp Press, 2006. 62p., 8.25x11.25 inches, spine has a crimp and a bend with unobtrusive tear, in other respects a fresh copy, first English edition, wraps. Gay comix.    12.00

551.          Kopay, David and Perry Deane Young. The David Kopay story; an extraordinary self-revelation. New York, Bantam Books, 1977. xiv, 2427p., first printing of the wraps edition, review sheet laid in. 12.00

552.          Krakow, Kari. The Harvey Milk story; illustrated by David Gardner. Ridley Park, PA, Two Lives Publishing, 2001. [32]p. children's book, color illus., first printing, dj.                                           15.00

553.          Kramer, Jane. Allen Ginsberg in America. New York, Random House, 1969. xix, 202p., first edition, dj.      15.00

554.          Kraus , Krandall. The Christmas poems. San Francisco, AttaGirl Press, 2002. 88p., signed by Kraus, dj.      25.00

555.          Lachance, Bertrand. Street flesh. Vancouver, Blewointment Press, 1972. [56]p., second printing, wraps. Poetry. Young 2204.                                                                                                             25.00

556.          LaGuardia, Robert. Monty; a biography of Montgomery Clift. New York, Arbor House, 1977. ix, 304p., dj lightly worn on spine.                                                                                                           15.00

557.          Lahr, John. Dame Edna Everage and the rise of western civilization; backstage with Barry Humphries. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1992. 242p. + 8p. photos, first printing, dj. Australian crossdresser. 22.00

558.          Lahr, John. Prick up your ears; the biography of Joe Orton. London, Allen Lane, 1978. xvi, 360p. + 16p. photos, first edition, slightly edgeworn dj.                                                                                45.00

559.          Another copy. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1978. xiii, 302p., later printing of the US edition, dj.          17.00

560.          Lally, Lee. These days. Washington, Some of Us Press, 1972. 36p., coffee stain on title page and in lower right corner of following pages, wraps. Poetry. Grier A**.                                                 15.00

561.          Lane, Margaret. A night at sea; a novel. London, Hamish Hamilton, 1964. 235p., first edition, slightly edgeworn dj. Young 2228.                                                                                                        35.00

562.          Lane, Margaret. A smell of burning; a novel. London, Hamish Hamilton, 1965. 300p., first edition, severely price-clipped dj with Duncan Grant graphic. Young 2229.                                                   35.00

563.          Larkin, Joan, ed. A woman like that; lesbian and bisexual writers tell their coming out stories. New York, Avon Books, 1999. xvii, 326p., first printing, dj.                                                                  18.00

564.          Larrain, Gilles. Idols; edited by Ralph Gibson. New York, Links, 1973. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with Larrain's color photos of transvestites, 9x12 inches, lightly worn wraps.                                                                     25.00

565.          Larue, Gerald. Sex and the bible. Buffalo, Prometheus Books, 1983. 173p., wraps.                            20.00

566.          Lassell, Michael. Decade dance; poems. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1990. xv, 144p., inscribed by Lassell, first Alyson printing, lightly creased wraps. Important AIDS content.                                                                  25.00

567.          Lassell, Michael and Lawrence Schimel, eds. Two hearts desire; gay couples on their love. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1997. 86p., signed by the two editor/lovers, first printing, dj.                                             22.00

568.          [Lawrence, Ray]. The muscle art of Ray Lawrence. London, Éditions Aubrey Walter, 1995. 64p., profusely illus. with color reproductions of the artist's homoerotic work, 9x10 inches, wraps; a mild dampstain has rippled the inner corner of all leaves, no discoloration.                                                                                                           18.00

569.          Leavitt, David. Arkansas; three novellas. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1997. 198p., uncorrected proof, slightly worn wraps.                                                                                                   18.00

570.          Leavitt, David. The page turner; a novel. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1998. 244p., first printing, dj.      18.00

571.          Leavitt, David and Mark Mitchell, eds. The Penguin book of gay short stories; introduction by David Leavitt. New York, Viking, 1994. xxviii, 655p., first edition, very good in a very good dj.       20.00

572.          Legg, W. Dorr, ed. Homophile studies in theory and practice; associate editors, David G. Cameron and Walter L. Williams. San Francisco, One Institute Press and GLB Publishers, 1994. ii, 464p., first wraps printing. On the One Institute's programs since its inception.                                                                                                         18.00

573.          Lehmann, John. Christopher Isherwood; a personal memoir. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1987. viii, 150p., first US edition, dj.                                                                                          12.00

574.          Lehmann, Rosamond. The ballad and the source. New York, Reynal & Hitchcock, 1945. 312p., first US edition, minor rubbing and wear at ends of spine. Grier B*.                                                 1550.00

575.          Leupp, Gary P. Male colors; the construction of homosexuality in Tokugawa Japan. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1995. viii, 310p., later wraps printing.                                               15.00

576.          Levenson, Lew. Butterfly man. New York, Castle Books, n.d. 318p., reprint of Macauley edition (Young 2311*), dj.  45.00

577.          Leventhal, Stan. Faultlines. Austin, Banned Books, 1988. 132p., letter from publisher Benjamin Eakin to Dennis Forbes, who did the cover photo of Leventhal, laid in, first edition, wraps.                  18.00

578.          Another copy of the first edition, lacking letter, wraps.                                          15.00

579.          Lewes, Kenneth. The psychoanalytic theory of male homosexuality. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1988. 301p., first printing, dj.                                                                                               20.00

580.          Another coy of the first printing, worn dj.                                                              15.00

581.          Lewis, R. W. B., ed. The presence of Walt Whitman; selected papers fro the English Institute. New York, Columbia University Press, 1962. xvi, 215p., second printing.                                    22.00

582.          Leyland, Winston, ed. Gay Sunshine interviews; volume 1. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1977. 325p., later wraps edition .                                                                                                   15.00

583.          Leyland, Winston, ed. Gay Sunshine journal; no. 47. Anthology of fiction/poetry/prose. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1982. 192p., first wraps edition issued contemporaneously with the limited hardcover edition.      18.00

584.          Leyland, Winston, ed. Queer dharma; voices of gay buddhists. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1998. 416p., first edition, wraps.                                                                                                    15.00

585.          Leyland, Winston, ed. Studflesh; true gay encounters, volume 8. San Francisco, Leyland Publications, 1989. 158p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                        17.00

586.          Licht, Hans. Sexual life in ancient Greece; with thirty-two full-page plates. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1932. xv, 559p. + plates, later printing, heavily handled copy with exterior and some interior soiling. 15.00

587.          LIndner, Gladys Dudley, comp. Marcel Proust; reviews and estimates in English. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1942. xviii, 314p., signed and dated by Lindner in 1943, first edition.                                  25.00

588.          Lindop, Audrey Erskine. Details of Jeremy Stretton. London, William Heinemann, 1955. 276p., first edition, spine slightly faded. Young 2346*.                                                                             35.00

589.          Linkletter, Eve. The gay ones. Fresno, Fabian Books, 1958. 106p. + 11p. ads and a discussion of the government's attack on Fabian Books, first printing in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Young 2357*. (Fabian Original Z-124)                                                                                             35.00

590.          Livia, Anna and Lilian Mohin, eds. The pied piper; lesbian feminist fiction. London, Onlywomen Press, 1989. x, 246p., first printing, wraps. Contributors include Gillian Hanscombe, Anna Wilson and Anna Livia, among others.      15.00

591.          Llewllyn-Jones, Derek. Every man. New York, Peter Bedrick Books, 1983. viii, 301p., first US edition, dj. With some material on homosexuality.                                                                                17.00

592.          Lopez, Erika. They call me mad dog! A story for bitter, lonely people. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1998. 307p., first printing, dj. Gender-bender featuring Tomato Rodriguez, 'the reigning queen of motorcycle-riding, bicoastal bisexuals' - dj - by the author of Flaming Iguanas.                                                       18.00

593.          Lorde, Audre. Between our selves. Point Reyes, CA, Eidolon Editions, 1976. 22p. + photo, edition of 1100 copies, wraps. Poetry.                                                                                               45.00

594.          Lorde, Audre. The marvelous arithmetics of distance; poems 1987 - 1992. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1993. viii, 60p., first wraps edition.                                                            15.00

595.          Loth, David. The erotic in literature; a historical survey of pornography as delightful as it is indiscreet. New York, Julian Messner, 1961. 256p., dj worn on spine. With material on homosexuality.         20.00

596.          Loveman, Samuel. The hermaphrodite and other poems. Caldwell, ID, The Caxton Printers, 1936. 130p., inscribed by Loveman in 1975, first edition, f.e.p. browned, otherwise very good in a very good dj. Young 2393.      125.00

597.          Lowenthal, Michael, ed. Gay men at the millennium; sex, spirit, community. New York, Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, 1997. viii, 291p., first printing, wraps.                                              20.00

598.          Lucas, Ian. Impertinent decorum; gay theatrical manoeuvres. London, Cassell, 1994. xv, 205p., wraps.      15.00

599.          Lucie-Smith, Edward. The well-wishers. London, Oxford University Press, 1974. 56p., signed by Lucie-Smith on the title page, previous owner's gift inscription, first wraps edition, Poetry, not in Young .           18.00

600.          Luke, Peter. The play of Hadrian VII; based on Hadrian the Seventh and other works by Fr. Rolfe (Baron Corvo). New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1969. 124p., first US edition, dj.                     35.00

601.          MacNeill, Ian. Beaches and billabongs. Potts Point, Australia, Mieli Press, 1993. 101p., wraps. Novella by the gay Australian poet.                                                                                                   20.00

602.          Maia, Marcello. Maia Prometheus. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1997. xi + 48 black/white plates of Maia's homoerotic black male nudes. first printing, 6 x 4 inch boards in dj.                                                  30.00

603.          Mallet-Joris, Françoise. Cordelia & other stories, translated by Peter Green. New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1965. 244p., first US edition, dj. Grier A**.                                                              30.00

604.          Mann, Klaus. The pious dance; the adventure story of a young man, translated by Laurence Senelick. New York, Paj Publications, 1987. ix, 181p., first US edition, worn dj.                                        18.00

605.          Mann, William J. Behind the screen; how gays and lesbians shaped Hollywood, 1910-1969. New York, Viking, 2001. xxiv, 422p. + 16p. photos, first printing, dj.                                                      18.00

606.          Mantegazza, Paolo. The sexual relations of mankind; translated from the latest Italian edition, as approved by the author, by Samuel Putnam, edited with an introduction by Victor Robinson. New York, Eugenics Publishing Company, 1935. xvi, 335p., first printing thus. With material on homosexuality scattered throughout. 25.00

607.          Marchant, William. The privilege of his company; Noël Coward remembered. Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1975. 276p., first printing, dj.                                                                    30.00

608.          Marcus, Eric. Making history; the struggle for gay and lesbian equal rights, 1940-1990, an oral history. New York, HarperCollins Publishers, 1992. xii, 532p., first printing, dj.                              18.00

609.          [Mariah, Paul]. SRJC Gay Students Union presents a Paul Mariah poetry recital; Newman Auditorium, Nov. 23, 1981, 7:00-10:00pm. San Ramon, SRJC Gay Students Union, 1981. 8.5x11 inch stiff cardboard poster, with announcement in center surrounded by a review of Mariah's This Light Will Spread by Robert Peters.          10.00

610.          Marlowe, Kenneth. Mr. Madam; confessions of a male madam. Los Angeles, Sherbourne Press, 1964. 246p. + 16p. photos, dj .                                                                                                        25.00

611.          Another copy, dj with three-inch closed tear.                                                        20.00

612.          Another copy, lacking dj.                                                                                     17.00

613.          Mars-Jones, Adam, ed. Mae West is dead; recent lesbian and gay fiction. London, Faber and Faber, 1983. 312p., first printing, very good in a like dj.                                                                  25.00

614.          Martin, Kenneth. Aubade. New York, The Citadel Press, 1958. 160p., first US edition, shelfworn dj. The British first edition is Young 2539*.                                                                                      30.00

615.          Martin de Lucenay, A. Perversiones de pueblos incultos; la religión, la magia y las perversiones. - El homosexualismo entre los salvajes. - El sadismo y el masoquismo. - El canibalismo erótico. La locura erótica. Madrid, Editorial Fenix , 1934. 72p., several inserted photographic plates, first edition, paper browning, slightly worn wraps with title, "Perversiones de pueblos salvajes". (Temas sexuales, biblioteca de divulgacion sexual #46)       95.00

616.          Mason-John, Valerie, ed. Talking black; lesbians of African descent speak out. London, Cassell, 1995. xviii, 263p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                        10.00

617.          Mass, Lawrence, ed. We must love one another or die; the life and legacies of Larry Kramer. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1997. xv, 368p., first printing, dj. With contributions by a number of writers and activists -- Bram, Corn, Denneny, Fauci, Holleran, Kushner, Trillin and many others.                                       15.00

618.          Matera, Richard A. Rose garden. New York, Vantage Press, 1981. 79p., review slip laid in, first edition, dj. Poetry by a gay Rhode Islander. Young 2533.                                                           75.00

619.          Mauro, Claudia. Reading the river. Seattle, Whiteaker Press, 1999. iv, 38p., wraps. Poetry.              15.00

620.          McCary, James Leslie. Sexual myths and fallacies. New York, Schocken Books, 1973. xv, 206p., first wraps printing. Pulp format. With considerable material on homosexuality. (SB 382)             17.00

621.          McKillen, Arch Alfred. The Death of the Scharnhorst and other poems. New York, Vantage Press, 1952. 62p., signed by McKillen on the title page, dj slightly worn at spine ends. Young 2619*.  75.00

622.          McNally, Terrence. Love! Valour! Compassion! and A perfect Ganesh. New York, Plume, 1995. xii, 256p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                                   15.00

623.          McNally, Terrence. The Ritz; and other plays including Bad habits, Where has Tommy Flowers gone?, ...and things that go bump in the night, Whiskey, and Bringing it all back home. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1976. 436p., first edition, slightly rubbed dj. Young 2625*.                                                                   50.00

624.          McNaught, Brian. Gay issues in the workplace. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1993. xvii, 151p., first printing, dj.  15.00

625.          McPhillips, Ramsey. Lovism. N. pl., the author, 1996. [44]p., illus. with black/white photos, one of 500 copies signed by McPhillips, wraps. Odd little piece with a bunch of rants ...                                             25.00

626.          Mecca, Tommi Avicolli. Between Little Rock and a hard place; the new gay/lesbian/bisexual struggle for national political power. Portland, OR, Williams Publishing, 1993. 146p., inscribed by the gay activist, second printing, wraps.      18.00

627.          Another copy of the second printing, not inscribed, wraps.                                    15.00

628.          Mendès-Leite, Rommel and Pierre-Olivier de Busscher, eds. Gay studies from the French cultures: voices from France, Belgium, Brazil, Canada and the Netherlands. New York, Harrington Park Press, 1993. xvi, 339p., wraps. Also appeared as vol. 25, #s1-3, of the Journal of Homosexuality.                          15.00

629.          Mendola, Mary. The Mendola report; a new look at gay couples. New York, Crown Publishers, 1980. xiii, 269p., first edition, worn dj.                                                                                       12.00

630.          Menegas, Peter. The service. London, Arlington Books, 1971. 133p., first edition, dj. Young 2660*.  25.00

631.          Méritt, Laura & Regina Nössler. Lauras Animösitäten & Sexkapaden; das queer lesbiche sex Wörterbuch, mit einem erotischet Alphabet von Kartin Kremmler und eimem Daumenkino von Heidi Kull und vielen Fotos... Tubingen, Verlag Claudia Gehrke, 1994. Unpaginated, profuse illus. in text with erotic color photography and cartoons, rear wrap creased. Humorous dictionary.                                                                                   25.00

632.          Méritt, Laura & Regina Nössler. Mein lesbisches Auge; das Jahrbuch der Erotik XIIIa. Tubingen, Verlag Claudia Gehrke, 1998. 256p., profusely illus. with erotic photographs, very good in wraps.     25.00

633.          Merlis, Mark. An arrow's flight. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1998. 376p., first printing, dj with small tear.      18.00

634.          Merrick, Gordon. Forth into light. New York, Avon Books, 1974. 348p., first printing, slightly worn wraps. Paperback original.                                                                                                    17.00

635.          Merrill, Thomas F. Allen Ginsberg. New York, Twayne Publishers, 1969. 183p., slightly edgeworn dj. (TUSAS 161)                                                                                                                          25.00

636.          Michals, Duane. The nature of desire. Pasadena, Twelvetrees Press, [198-?]. Unpaginated, 9x12 inches, profusely illus. with Michal's photographs, first edition, slightly soiled dj.                                                       95.00

637.          Michelson, Peter. The aesthetics of pornography. New York, Herder and Herder, 1971. x, 247p., dj. With considerable material on homosexuality.                                                                     25.00

638.          Mieli, Mario. Homosexuality and liberation; elements of a gay critique, translated by David Fernbach. London, Gay Men's Press, 1980. 247p., first English language edition, wraps.                                               25.00

639.          Mikels, Elaine. Just lucky I guess; from closet lesbian to radical dyke. Santa Fe, Desert Crone Press, 1993. 315p., signed by Mikels, wraps.                                                                               18.00

640.          Miles, Dennis. Born in the negative tense; illustrated by Will Roscoe. San Francisco, Vortex Press, 1983. vi, 47p., inscribed and signed by Roscoe to Harry Hay and John Burnside, one of 400 copies, wraps. NB, all leaves of the book were damp-damaged in the course of a fire at Harry and John's house, with a lot of offset staining from purple endpapers and a smoke-damaged top edge, looks kind of strange. Gay poetry by a Cuban American author.      35.00

641.          [Millard, Christopher]. Five letters and a catalogue; with an introduction by Timothy d'Arch Smith. London, Victim Press, 1983. Unpaginated, 8.25x11.75 inches, one of 158 numbered copies, slightly smudged wraps.      45.00

642.          Another copy, spine tape missing.                                                                        25.00

643.          Miller, Charles. Auden; an American friendship. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1983. 180p. + 8p. photographs, first printing, dj.                                                                                     15.00

644.          Miller, Clarence Lewis. Somewhere between the two; a new novel by Jay Little [pseud.]. New York, Pageant Press, 1962. 345p., later printing, dj shelfworn and chipped. Young 2361*.                                    20.00

645.          Miller, Merle. On being different; what it means to be a homosexual. New York, Random House, 1971. 65p., first edition, dj. Young 2709*.                                                                                    25.00

646.          Miller, Stephen D. Partings at dawn; an anthology of Japanese gay literature, introduction by Paul Gordon Schalow. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1996. 351p., first wraps edition.                               22.00

647.          Milligan, Don. The politics of homosexuality. London, Pluto Press, 1973. 20p., wraps.                           25.00

648.          Milton, Ernest. To kiss the crocodile. London, Duckworth, 1928. 352p., first British edition. The first US edition, published the same year, is Young 2717.                                                                    95.00

649.          Mollenkott, Virginia Ramey. Sensuous spirituality; out from fundamentalism. New York, Crossroad, 1992. 204p., very good in wraps. Lesbian theologian.                                                          15.00

650.          Monette, Paul. Afterlife. New York, Crown Publishers, 1990. 278p., uncorrected proof, wraps.         22.00

651.          Monette, Paul . Borrowed time; an AIDS memoir. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988. 342p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                                 18.00

652.          Monte, Tom. The way of hope; Michio Kushi's anti-AIDS program. New York, Warner Books, 1989. 263p., first printing, dj. Macrobiotics.                                                                                          15.00

653.          Moraga, Cherríe. Giving up the ghost; teatro in two acts. Los Angeles, West End Press, 1986. 58p., first edition, wraps.                                                                                                                       17.00

654.          Moraga, Cherríe. Loving in the war years; lo que nunca pasó por sus labios. Boston, South End Press, 1983. viii, 152p., wraps.                                                                                                            12.00

655.          Mordden, Ethan. Everybody loves you; further adventures in gay Manhattan. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1988. 308p., first edition, very good in a very good dj.                                               35.00

656.          Mordden, Ethan. I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore: tales from gay Manhattan. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1986. 193p., first printing, very good in a lightly worn but unpriceclipped dj. 35.00

657.          Mordden, Ethan. The Venice Adriana. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1998. 294p., first printing, dj.  17.00

658.          Morell, Mary. Final session; a mystery. San Francisco, Spinsters Book Company, 1991. 203p., inscribed by the author, first printing, slightly worn wraps. Winner of the Spinsters Book Company's first lesbian fiction award.      17.00

659.          Morse, Benjamin. The homosexual; a frank study of abnormal sex life among males. New York, Monarch Books, 1962. 158p., wraps. Pulp format. (MB 527)                                                              30.00

660.          Mosher, W. F. Other than a man. Los Angeles, Echelon Book Publishers, 1968. 160p., lightly-worn camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Impact Library IL-241)                                          18.00

661.          Moss, Simon. Cock-ups. London, Faber, 1984. 92p., illustrated wraps, perfect bound first edition, a play about the last hours in the lives of Joe Orton and Kenneth Halliwell.                                           25.00

662.          Murphy, Marilyn. Are you girls traveling alone? Adventures in lesbianic logic, with an introduction by Marilyn Frye. Los Angeles, Clothespin Fever Press, 1991. 235p., signed by Murphy, first edition, wraps. Sharp and witty essays on numerous subjects.                                                                                     18.00

663.          Nachman, Elana. Riverfinger women. Plainfield, VT, Daughters, Inc. 183p., later printing, wraps. Grier A*B**.      15.00

664.          Nachman, Elana. Riverfinger women. Plainfield, VT, Daughters, Inc. 183p., 'damaged review copy' written in pen on half-title page, first edition, wraps. The damage consists of a few pages not cut properly, not affecting the text or structure of the book. Grier A*B**.                                                                           25.00

665.          Natale, Phil. Hot gay come. [New York], Neptune Readers, 1970. 159p., very good in wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (NR-116)                                                                                                                  25.00

666.          National Sex Forum. SAR IV; sexual attitude restructuring, August 10-17, 1974. San Francisco, the Forum, 1974. 6-panel brochure for the workshop, which includes a segment on homosexuality.        15.00

667.          Nava, Michael. The burning plain. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1997. 305p., signed by Nava, first edition, dj. A Henry Rios mystery.                                                                                          30.00

668.          Nava, Michael. The little death. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1986. 215p., first edition, wraps. Paperback original. Nava's first mystery involving gay Hispanic criminal lawyer Henry Rios.          25.00

669.          Another copy, later printing, slightly worn wraps.                                                  12.00

670.          Navarre, Yves. L' esperance de beaux voyages; hiver/printemps, roman. Paris, Flammarion, 1985. 275p., first edition, wraps, small stain on bottom edge.                                                                 18.00

671.          Navarre, Yves. The little rogue in our flesh; translated by Donald Watson. London, Quartet Books, 1989. 184p., first edition in English, dj.                                                                                 25.00

672.          Near, Holly, with Derk Richardson. Fire in the rain ... singer in the storm; an autobiography. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1990. 290p. incl. photos, first printing, dj.                 17.00

673.          Nelson, Charles. The boy who picked the bullets up. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1981. 420p., first printing, dj.                                                                                                          17.00

674.          North, Gene. The gay jailbird. North Hollywood, Barclay House, 1969. 159p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Nightstand Book NB1874)                                                                                      35.00

675.          North, Gene. Good-bye, gay love. San Diego, Adult Books, 1968. 157p., camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (AB446)                                                                                                                   25.00

676.          Norton, Rictor, ed. My dear boy; gay love letters through the centuries. San Francisco, Leyland Publications, 1998. 286p., first edition, wraps.                                                                               22.00

677.          Nugent, Beth. City of boys; stories. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1992. 293p., first edition, dj. Some gay content in this debut collection.                                                                                               12.00

678.          O'Carroll, Íde and Eoin Collins, eds. Lesbians and gay visions of Ireland; toward the twenty-first century. London, Cassell, 1995. xviii, 232p., wraps.                                                                12.00

679.          O'Keefe, Tracie and Katrina Fox. Trans-x-u-all; the naked difference. London, Extraordinary People Press, 1996. xxviii, 208p., first printing, wraps. "[E]verything you ever wanted to know about trassexuals", by a transsexual therapist and her lover.                                                                                                            25.00

680.          O'Sullivan, Sue. I used to be nice; sexual affairs. London, Cassell, 1996. xi, 242p., long inscription by the Anglo-American lesbian feminist, wraps.                                                                 20.00

681.          Obejas, Achy. We came all the way from Cuba so you could dress like this? Stories. Pittsburgh, Cleis Press, 1994. 133p., second printing, wraps. Cubana American author. Significant lesbian content. 12.00

682.          Off Pink Collective. Bisexual lives. London, Off Pink Publishing, 1988. 114p., first printing, wraps. Oral histories of the bisexual collective.                                                                                            25.00

683.          Oriethyia. Love song to the warriors. E. Setauket, NY, Lenachild Press, 1978. [48]p., second printing, wraps. Poetry with radical lesbian content.                                                                             20.00

684.          Orndorff, Kata, ed. ` Bi lives; bisexual women tell their stories. Tucson, See Sharp Press, 1999. 251p., first edition, wraps.                                                                                                           15.00

685.          Ortiz Taylor, Sheila. Faultline. Tallahassee, The Naiad Press, 1982. 126p., first edition, wraps. Hispanic lesbian novelist.                                                                                                                     15.00

686.          Orton, Joe. The complete plays; introduction by John Lahr. New York, Grove Press, 1977. 448p., illustrated wraps, mass-market, first paperback edition, includes The ruffian on the stair, Entertaining Mr. Sloane, What the Butler Saw, Loot and others. Young 2927*.                                                                        20.00

687.          Another copy, book club edition, dj.                                                                    20.00

688.          Orton, Joe. Crimes of passion; The Erpingham camp and The Ruffian on the stair, two plays. London, Methuen, 1967. 90p., illustrated wraps, first paper edition.                                                        35.00

689.          Orton, Joe. Entertaining Mr. Sloane. New York, Grove Press, 1964. 84p., white wraps, perfect bound, first US edition, Evergreen Original #E-393, a play. Young 2928*.                                         30.00

690.          Orton, Joe. Head to toe. New York, St. Martin's, 1987. 187p., first US edition, dj. Young 2929.        35.00

691.          Osborne, Charles. W. H. Auden; the life of a poet. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979. 336p. including photographs, first edition,, dj.                                                                                     15.00

692.          Osborne, John. The Entertainer. New York, Criterion, 1958. 89p., bumped corners, first US edition, price-clipped dj. Young 2932.                                                                                            35.00

693.          Osborne, John. A patriot for me. London, Faber, 1966. 128p., first edition, previous owner's name, dj with minor edge wear. Young 2935*.                                                                                         50.00

694.          Osborne, John. Plays for England; The blood of the Bambergs and Under plain cover. New York, Criterion, 1964. 136p., first US edition, cloth in illustrated dj, price marked out. Young 2931.    25.00

695.          Ostow, Mortimer, with Martha H. Gillmor, eds. Sexual deviation: psychoanalytic insights. New York, Quadrangle, 1974. xv, 187p., dj.                                                                               25.00

696.          Overing, A. F. C., et. al. Homosexualiteit; in Pastorele Cahiers 3, met enn voorwoord van Dr. C. J. B. J. Trimbos. Hilversum, Paul Brand, [1960]. 84p., stiff wraps in dj. A publication by the Landelijk Centrum voor Katholieke Actie en het Nederlands Pastoraal Instituut, the issue covers a number of topics, form psychoanalytc to pastoral aspects of homosexuality.                                                                              95.00

697.          Owen, Bob. Roger's recovery from AIDS. Malibu, DAVAR, 1987. 210p., dj. "How one man defeated the dread disease" - dj. The heterosexual physician recovers through dietary reform and juice therapy. Young, AIDS Dissidents, #109.                                                                                                       30.00

698.          Another copy, 212p., second printing, wraps.                                                      15.00

699.          Packer, Vin [M. E. Kerr, also Ann Aldrich]. The evil friendship. Greenwich, CT, Fawcett Publications, 1958. 192p., second printing, wraps. Pulp format. Grier A (T). (Gold Medal Book k1346)  25.00

700.          Packer, Vin [M. E. Kerr, also Ann Aldrich]. Spring fire. Greenwich, CT, Fawcett, 1963. 155p., later printing, fine in wraps. Pulp format. Grier A**. (Gold Medal Book k1290)                                                                     15.00

701.          Pallone, Dave, with Alan Steinberg. Behind the mask; my double life in baseball. New York, Viking, 1990. xi, 331p. + 8p. photos, signed by Pallone and Steinberg, first edition, dj. Pallone, the first admittedly gay umpire, got the job in the first place by scabbing the ump's strike in 1979.                                           25.00

702.          Another copy of the first printing, dj.                                                                    15.00

703.          Parkinson, Thomas. Homage to Jack Spicer and other poems. Berkeley, Ark Press, 1970. 34p., one of 750 copies, wraps slightly browned.                                                                                  25.00

704.          Partridge, Burgo. A history of orgies. London, Spring Books, 1966. 224p., second printing of this edition, edgeworn dj.                                                                                                             25.00

705.          Patrick, John. Angel; the complete quintet, memoirs in the form of novels. Sarasota, STARbooks Press, 1991. 512p., wraps. Includes The Bigger They Are..., The Younger They Are..., The Harder They Are..., Stacy's Story, and Stacy's Return.                                                                                                          18.00

706.          Patrick, Robert. Mercy drop and other plays. New York, Calamus Books, 1979. 132p., first printing, wraps. Young 2979*.                                                                                                           22.00

707.          Patrick, Robert. Untold decades; seven comedies of gay romance. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1988. xxi, 214p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                25.00

708.          Pearl, Jack. Stockade. New York, Trident Press, 1965. 272p., first edition, shelfworn dj. Young 2994. Set during the Korean War, centering on 48 hours in an army stockade.                                      15.00

709.          Pela, Robrt L. Filthy; the weird world of John Waters. Los Angeles, Alyson Books, 2002. xii, 209p., signed with a wonderful inscription by Pela on the title page and signed by Waters in magic marker on the f.e.p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                                                       50.00

710.          Pepper, Peter. The brass cock. San Diego, Surrey House, 1972. 186p. + ads, camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (HIS 6919)                                                                                                    20.00

711.          Percy, William Armstrong III. Pederasty and pedagogy in archaic Greece. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1996. x, 260p., illus. in text, f.e.p. neatly excised, first printing, dj.                                                    18.00

712.          Peters, Fritz [Arthur Anderson Peters]. The world at twilight: complete and unabridged, originally published as Finistere. New York, Lancer Books, 1964. 254p., pictorial wraps. Gay fiction. (73-428) 25.00

Originally published in hardcover. This first paperback reissue is Young 3020*.

713.          Peters, Robert. The blood countess; Erzébet Bathory of Hungary (1560-1614), a gothic horror poem of violence and rage, with Bathory: A Play for Single Performer. Cherry Valley, NY, Cherry Valley Editions, 1987. xvi, 68p., illus., first edition.                                                                                                                25.00

714.          Peyrefitte, Roger. Les Juifs. Paris, Flammarion Éditeur, 1965. 514p., first mass market edition, wraps slightly worn on spine and slightly dampstained.                                                                              18.00

715.          Peyrefitte, Roger. Knights of Malta; translated from the French by Edward Hyams. London, Secker & Warburg, 1960. 287p., first UK edition, very good in a lightly edgeworn but unpriceclipped dj. Young 3034.  50.00

716.          Phillips, Joe. Boys will be boys. Berlin, Bruno Gmünder Verlag, 2003. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with Phillips' color comic art, first printing laminated boards.                                                           15.00

717.          Picano, Felice. The deformity lover and other poems. New York, The Sea Horse Press, 1978. 85p., signed by Picano on the title page, second edition, wraps.                                                       25.00

718.          Pickett, Keri, photographs. Faeries; visions, voices & pretty dressses. New York, Aperture, 2000. 127p., profusely illus. with Pickett's black/white photography of the gay spiritual community in Minnesota, 9.5x11.5 inches, first printing, dj with two closed tears and slight wear at base.                                            25.00

719.          Pierre-Quint, Léon. André Gide; his life and his work, translated from the French for the first time by Dorothy M. Richardson. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1934. viii, 300p., viii, front., first US edition, dj. 25.00

720.          Pintauro, Joseph. Cold hands. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1979. 344p., first edition, dj. Young 3056*.      22.00

721.          Placzek, Siegfried. Erotik und Schaffen. Berlin, A. Marcus & E. Weber's Verlag, 1934. 225p., first edition, wraps slightly browned, otherwise very good. Deals with both homosexuality and heterosexuality in the creative process.      45.00

722.          Plante, David. The Catholic. New York, Atheneum, 1986. 151p., first US edition, dj.                         17.00

723.          Porter, Darwin. Blood moon; a novel. New York, The Georgia Literary Association, 1999. iv, 804p., wraps.      15.00

724.          Potter, La Forest. Strange loves; a study in sexual abnormalities. New York, The Robert Dodsley Company, 1933. ix, 243p., later printing, boards slightly edgeworn.                                             50.00

725.          Power, Lisa. No bath but plenty of bubbles; an oral history of the Gay Liberation Front, 1970-73. London, Cassell, 1995. 340p. + 16p. photos, first printing, wraps. On the British GLF.            10.00

726.          Pratt, Pamela, ed. Woman in the window; tales of desire, passion and love, with special artwork by Nina Silver. Sarasota, STARbooks, [1993?]. 224p., wraps. Lesbian fiction anthology.                  18.00

727.          Price, Richard. Ladies' man. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1978. 264p., first printing, dj. Author's first book. Young 3108.                                                                                                   25.00

728.          Puig, Manuel. Sangre de amor correspondido. Barcelona, Seix Barral, 1982. 208p., first edition, dj.  20.00

729.          Purdy, James. The house of the solitary maggot; part two of the continuous novel Sleepers in Moon-crowned Valleys. Garden City, Doubleday & Company, 1974. 360p., first edition, edgeworn dj. 25.00

730.          Queensberry, The Marquess of, in collaboration with Percy Colson. Oscar Wilde and the Black Douglas. N. pl., Folcroft Library Editions, 1977. 181p. Reprint of the Hutchinson edition.                    25.00

731.          Quennell, Peter. The marble foot; an autobiography, 1905-1938. New York, Viking, 1976. 254p., ink note on r.e.p., first US edition, dj. The historian/editor describes the aesthetic literary life of his time, discussing a number of key Oxford figures such as Waugh, Greene and Connolly.                                                 20.00

732.          Quetzal. Silver balls; no 2, summer 1993. Los Angeles, Hand Jive Comix, 3. 24p., wraps with post-it note signed from cartoonist Quetzal attached to the cover. Gay comix.                                    25.00

733.          Rabe, David. Streamers. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1977. 110p., first edition, price-clipped dj, NY Drama Critic's Circle Award Best Play, illustrated with Martha Swope photos. Young 3167. 50.00

734.          Rabenold, Diana. Love, politics and "rescue' in lesbian relations. Santa Cruz, HerBooks, 1987. 14p., wraps. (Lesbian-Feminist Essay Series, #2)                                                                           15.00

735.          Rambach, Marine & Anne Rousseau. Les lois de l'amour. Paris, Éditions Gaies et Lesbiennes, 1998. 139p., wraps. Pulp format.                                                                                                   15.00

736.          Ramer, Andrew. Two flutes playing; Spiritual love/sacred sex; Priests of father earth and mother sky [3 titles bound together]. Oakland, Body Electric Publishing, 1985 or 1990. [2], v, 36, iii, 83, iii, 16p., spiral-bound wraps. Together with staplebound addendum, 28 8.5x11 inch sheets of 'Corrections and additions" [to all 3 titles], "three channeled works" from Ramer filled with androgyne/gay content. AIDS as a "planetary experiment" divinely designed to bring humanity together. Two different copyright dates are given, possibly the result of poor reception. .       65.00

737.          Ramet, Sabrina Petra, ed. Gender reversals and gender cultures; anthropological and historical perspectives. London, Routledge, 1996. xiii, 231p., first edition. Religion, theater, folk practices and more.           45.00

738.          Ramsey, Gerald. Transsexuals; candid answers to private questions. Freedom, CA, The Crossing Press, 1996. xv, 173p., very good in a very good dj.                                                                      25.00

739.          Randall, Margaret. Walking to the edge; essays of resistance. Boston, South End Press, 1991. xiii+207p., introduction, illustrated with photos by the author, very good first trade paper edition in wraps. Inscribed and signed by the author. Self-described lesbian Jewish feminist who spent 23 years in Latin America who upon her return to the US was faced with deportation orders due to the publication of her writings and her political actions in Latin America.                                                                                                                                     25.00

740.          Ratcliffe, Michael Stewart. Dealing with the dragon. San Francisco, Hoddypoll Press, 1977. [30]p., illus. by the author, photos Nathan Kernan, wraps bound Japanese-style with colored thread. Poetry. 30.00

741.          Another copy, foxed wraps.                                                                                 20.00

742.          Ratti, John. Memorial day; poems. New York, The Viking Press, 1974. 67p., first edition, dj. Some of the poetry has homoerotic content. Not in Young.                                                                       25.00

743.          Ratti, John. A remembered darkness; poems. New York, The Viking Press, 1969. 64p., first edition, dj with one-inch closed tear. A significant amount of the poetry has homoerotic content. Not in Young.        30.00

744.          Rattigan, Terence. Ross; a dramatic portrait. New York, Random House, 1962. 180p., previous owner's signature, first US edition, dj. A play concerning T.E. Lawrence. Young 3205*.                         35.00

745.          Raul, K. B. Naked to the night; with an introduction by Shailer Upton Lawton. New York, Paperback Library, 1964. 175p., first printing, dj. Young 3207*.                                                              35.00

746.          Reamer, Frederic G., ed. AIDS & ethics. New York, Columbia University Press, 1991. xviii, 317p., first printing, dj.  18.00

747.          Rebolledo, Tey Diana and Eliana S. Rivero, eds. Infinite divisions; an anthology of Chicana literature. Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1993. xxii, 393p., later printing, wraps. Some lesbian content. 12.00

748.          Rechy, John. Marilyn's daughter; a novel. New York, Carroll and Graf Publishers, 1988. 531p., uncorrected proof, wraps.                                                                                                             18.00

749.          Rechy, John. Rushes; a novel. New York, Grove Press, 1979. 222p., signed by Rechy, first printing, dj. Young 3234*.                                                                                                                      30.00

750.          Another copy of the first printing, not signed, slightly shelfworn dj.                         17.00

751.          Rechy, John. The sexual outlaw; a documentary, a non-fiction account, with commentaries, of three days and nights in the sexual underground. London, W. H. Allen, 1968. 307p., first British edition, dj with small closed tear. The first American edition is Young 3235*.                                                                       25.00

752.          Reed, Jeremy. Lipstick, sex and poetry; an autobiography. London, Peter Owen, 1991. 119p., signed by Reed, first edition, slightly worn dj.                                                                                       45.00

753.          Rees, David. Quince. London, Third House, 1988. 186p., first printing, wraps.    18.00

754.          Reinhart, Robert C. Walk the night; a novel of gays in the holocaust. Boston, Alyson Publishers, 1994. 222p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                                          18.00

755.          Renault, Mary. The king must die. New York, Pantheon, 1958. 338p., second printing of the US edition, shelfworn dj. The first British edition is Young 3261.                                                   18.00

756.          Rennert, Amy, ed. We do; a celebration of gay and lesbian marriage, foreword by Gavin Newsom. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, 2004. 143p., profusely illus. with black/white photos, first printing, wraps, autographed by Rennert on p.5.                                                                                                                      15.00

757.          Richardson, Humphrey. The sexual life of Robinson Crusoe. New York, The Traveller's Companion, 1967. 188p., very good in green wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Young 3285. (The Traveller's Companion Series TC-205)      25.00

758.          Richlin, Amy, ed. Pornography and representation in Greece and Rome. New York, Oxford University Press, 1992. xxiii, 317p., first wraps printing.                                                                        18.00

759.          Rickel, Boyer. Taboo. Madison, The University of Wisconsin Press, 1999. 135p., first printing, dj flaps creased. Memoirs by the Arizona poet. (Living out)                                                                  15.00

760.          Ritts, Herb, photographs. Duo; Bob Paris & Rod Jackson. N. pl., Twin Palms Publishers, 1991. 72p., profusely illustrated with Ritts' photographs of the two lovers, 10x15 inches, gift inscription, cloth boards slightly worn.      25.00

761.          Ro, Emanuel. Antares; a narrative poem. San Francisco, Peace and Pieces Press, 1974. 64p., wraps. Not in Young. Filipino American poet.                                                                                  25.00

762.          Ro, Emanuel. Planet; a novel in poetry. San Francisco, Tantric Press, 1983. 116p., first edition, wraps. Filipino American poet.                                                                                                          20.00

763.          Ro, Emanuel. Tumbleweed; poems. San Francisco, Windows Press, 1980. 116p., wraps. Filipino American poet. Young 3307.                                                                                                             15.00

764.          Robb, Carol S. Equal value; an ethical approach to economics and sex. Boston, Beacon Press, 1995. viii, 198p., inscribed by Robb, first printing, dj. On the economic situation of American women, with considerable emphasis on lesbians.                                                                                                                    20.00

765.          Robinson, John. Ship desert boat cargo. San Francisco, The Printing Press, 1981. 41p., wraps. Gay poetry.      15.00

766.          Robinson, Paul. Gay lives; homosexual autobiography from John Addington Symonds to Paul Monette. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1999. xxiii, 428p., signed and inscribed by Robinson, first printing, dj.    30.00

767.          Robles, Emanuel. Garcia Lorca. N. pl, Rivages/Editions du Cactus, 1949. 95p., one of 2,000 numbered copies, wraps. A biographical and literary study, written in response to an interview with his assassin, Serrano Suner, reproduced in a republican exile journal.                                                                     65.00

768.          Rodriguez, Suzanne. Wild heart; a life. Natalie Clifford Barney's journey from victorian America to belle epoque Paris. New York, Ecco, 2002. xvii, 410p. + 16p. photos, signed by Rodriguez, first printing, dj.    22.00

769.          Rogers, Lance. Searchlight insight. Chatsworth, CA, GX Inc., [1969?]. 199p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Trojan Classic TC 203)                                                                                                        25.00

770.          Roose, Herman. Sinds u het weet. Amsterdam, Uitgeverij Plegsma, 1968. 136p., some pencil notes in the introduction's margins, otherwise very good in dj. OCLC lists two American holdings of this psychological study of homosexuality.                                                                                                           75.00

771.          Rorem, Ned. The Paris diary of Ned Rorem; with a portrait of the diarist by Robert Phelps. New York, George Braziller, 1966. xv, 240p. + 16p. photographs, first edition, shelfworn dj.                   17.00

772.          Rosenfels, Paul. Homosexuality: the psychology of the creative process. Roslyn Heights, NY, Libra Publishers, 1973. 169p., second printing, wraps.                                                                         15.00

773.          Rosenfels, Paul. Homosexuality: the psychology of the creative process, introduction by Dean Hannotte. New York, Ninth Street Center, 1986. xxi. 169p., wraps. Reprint of the 1971 work, with a new introduction by Hannotte.      15.00

774.          Rossner, Judith. Looking for Mr. Goodbar. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1975. 284p., first edition, dj. Young 3368.                                                                                                                        25.00

775.          Rotello, Gabriel. Sexual ecology; AIDS and the destiny of gay men. New York, Dutton, 1997. xiii, 320p., inscribed by the AIDS activist, dj. The founding editor of Outweek has come to embody the conservative strain of AIDS activism, emphasizing gay male behaviors over the virus as the key component of the disease's spread.      20.00

776.          Rothberg, Abraham. The other man's shoes. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1968. 507p., first edition, dj. Vintage 60s novel of a returning Vietnam journalist whose journey takes him through the new sociosexual landscape. Gay themes, not in Young.                                                                                         25.00

777.          Rothblum, Esther D. and Kathleen A. Brehony, eds. Boston marriages; romantic but asexual relationships among contemporary lesbians. Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press, 1993. vi, 210p., wraps.           15.00

778.          Rowse, A. L. Homosexuals in history; a study of ambivalence in society, literature and the arts. New York, Macmillan Publishing Co., 1977. xiii, 346p. + 16p. photographs, review copy with sheet laid in, first US edition, dj .      25.00

779.          Another copy of the first US edition, lacking both dj and review sheet..                 15.00

780.          Ruitenbeek, Hendrik M. . Het probleem homoseksualiteit. Amsterdam, Polak & van Gennep, 1966. 340p., wraps. Dutch translation of The problem of homosexuality in modern society.              18.00

781.          Rule, Jane. Contract with the world. Tallahassee, Naiad Press, 1982. 339p., first Naiad edition, wraps. Grier B***.                                                                                                                        12.00

782.          RuPaul. Lettin it all hang out; an autobiography. London, Warner Books, 1995. xi, 228p., first British printing, wraps. The African American crossdresser is the world's top drag performer.             15.00

783.          Sachs, Maurice. Witches' sabbath; translated from the French by Richard Howard. New York, Stein and Day, 1964. 315p., first US edition, slightly edgeworn dj. Young 3396*.                                                               22.00

784.          Saikaku, Ihara. The great mirror of male love; translated, with an introduction, by Paul Gordon Schalow. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1990. ix, 371p., nice previous owner's gift inscription on the f.e.p., first printing, dj.      30.00

785.          Salas, Floyd. Buffalo nickel; a memoir. Houston, Arte Publico Press, 1992. 347p., dj.                              22.00

786.          Salas, Floyd. Tattoo the wicked cross. New York, Grove Press, 1967. 351p., first printing, dj. First novel by Hispanic American writer.                                                                                          20.00

787.          Salazar, Rachel. Spectator; a novel. New York, Fiction Collective, 1986. 125p., first wraps edition. Transvestite content.                                                                                                                     12.00

788.          Salus, Peter H. and Paul B. Taylor, ed. For W. H. Auden, February 21, 1972. New York, Random House, 1972. 146p., one of 500 copies issued to commemorate the poet's 65th birthday, signed by contributor James Merrill on the contents page, very good in wraps.                                                                                                 65.00

789.          San Francisco AIDS Foundation. AIDS and ARC; a resource manual. San Francisco, the Foundation, 1991. 114p., revised edition, wraps.                                                                                    12.00

790.          Sanchez, Alex. Rainbow road. New York, Simon & Schuster, 2005. 243p., advance reading copy, wraps. Part of the YA series by a Mexican American author.                                                            18.00

791.          Sarton, May. Encore; a journal of the eightieth year. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1993. 332p., illus. with photos, first printing, dj.                                                                                      18.00

792.          Saslow, James M. Pictures and passions; a history of homosexuality in the visual arts. New York, Viking, 1999. vii, 342p. + 16p. color illus., first wraps printing.                                                         15.00

793.          Savan, Glenn. Goldman's anatomy. New York, Doubleday, 1993. 321p., first printing, dj.                  17.00

794.          Schifter, Jacobo. La formacion de una contracultura: homosexualismo y sida en Costa Rica. N. pl., Edicíones Guayacán, 1989. 318p., first edition, wraps.                                                              30.00

795.          Schumacher, Michael. Dharma lion; a critical biography of Allen Ginsberg. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1992. xv, 769p., first printing, dj, tail of the spine has suffered a bump.                                 20.00

796.          Schwartz, Barth David. Pasolini requiem. New York, Pantheon Books, 1992. x, 785p., first edition, dj.      25.00

797.          Schwartzberg, Steven. A crisis of meaning; how gay men are making sense of AIDS. New York, Oxford University Press, 1996. xi, 267p., first printing, dj.                                                      18.00

798.          Scoppettone, Sandra. Happy endings are all alike; a novel. New York, Harper & Row, 1978. 202p., first edition, dj. Lesbian teen fiction. Grier A***.                                                               25.00

799.          Scoppettone, Sandra. Suzuki Beane; drawings by Louise Fitzhugh. Garden City, Doubleday and Company, 1961. 96p., first edition, dj shelfworn and with a number of small closed tears. The lesbian mystery writer's first published book is the quintessential New York children's book of the period.                                      95.00

800.          Scott, Melissa. Night sky mine. New York, TOR, 1996. 384p., first printing, dj. Gender-bending science fiction, with strong lesbian emphasis.                                                                                      18.00

801.          Scott, Melissa. Trouble and her friends. New York, TOR, 1994. 379p., first printing, dj. Gender-bending science fiction, wtih strong lesbian emphasis.                                                                           18.00

802.          Scully, Robert. A scarlet pansy. n. pl., Nesor Publishing Co., 1937. 368p. Bright red cloth with a slightly faded spine. Originally published by Faro in 1933 (Young 3477*).                                       75.00

803.          Shand-Tucci, Douglass. Boston bohemia; 1881-1900, volume one of Ralph Adams Cram: life and architecture. Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press, 1995. xxi, 569p., illus. throughout the text, very good in a very good dj.      25.00

804.          Shearer, Johnny. The male hustler. Cleveland, Century Books, 1966. 190p., very good first printing in wraps. Gay pulp fiction masquerading as scientific case-studies. (CB 012)                                     25.00

805.          Shilts, Randy. And the band played on; politics, people and the AIDS epidemic. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1987. xxiii, 630p., first printing, dj.                                                                             18.00

806.          Shrader, Bert. Gay stud's trip. San Diego, Publisher's Export Co., 1968. 151p., psychedelic pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (French Line 32)                                                                                     35.00

807.          Shurin, Aaron. Elsewhere. San Francisco, Acts Books, 1988. 16p., wraps.        18.00

808.          Silver, Nicky. Raised in captivity. New York, Theatre Communications Groups, 1995. xi, 114p., very good in wraps. First publication of Silver's play.                                                                      20.00

809.          Silverstein, Charles. A family matter; a parents' guide to homosexuality. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1977. 214p., long inscription by Silverstein, first printing, slightly edgeworn dj.            25.00

810.          Another copy of the first printing, not inscribed, slightly edgeworn dj.                    20.00

811.          Siman, Ken. Pizza face; or, the hero of suburbia. New York, Grove Weidenfeld, 1991. 179p., signed by the author on the title page, first printing, dj. Siman's first novel.                                     25.00

812.          Simpson, Ruth. From the closet to the courts; the lesbian transition. New York, The Viking Press, 1976. xi, 180p., first printing, dj.                                                                                               25.00

813.          [Slater, Don]. Don Slater; a gay rights pioneer remembered by his friends. Universal City, CA, Homosexual Information Center, 1997. 30p., first printing, wraps. Edited by Joseph Hansen and with a contribution from him as well as pieces by Harry Hay, Jim Kepner, Vern Bullough and others, commemorating the life of one of the founders of ONE and the Mattachine Society.                                                                                       25.00

814.          Smith, Bruce. Homosexual desire in Shakespeare's England; a cultural poetics. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1991. xii, 329p., illus. in text, first printing, very good in dj.                                                                25.00

815.          Smith, David Emerson. Queer poet lives; poems 1973-1978. South San Francisco, ManRoot, 1979. 85p., one of 1000 copies, wraps.                                                                                                  25.00

816.          Snyder, Anne and Louis Pelletier. Counter play. New York, Signet/New American Library, 1981. 166p., first printing, wraps. Novel on two friends - one straight, one gay - for young adults. Mass market format.           15.00

817.          Son, Diana, George C. Wolfe. Stop kiss; a play; introduction by George C. Wolfe. Woodstock, The Overlook Press, 1999. 141p., introduction by George C. Wolfe, production history, cast, very good first edition in original wraps. Originally produced by George C. Wolfe at the Joseph Papp Public Theater. directed by Jo Bonney and starring Jessica Hecht and "Grey's Anatomy" star Sandra Oh. One innocent kiss between two young women sets off a savage gay-bashing event.                                                                                                            20.00

818.          Sontag, Susan  . AIDS and its metaphors. New York, The Noonday Press/Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1991. 95p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                           15.00

819.          Souhami, Diana. Gluck; her biography. London, Pandora Press, 1988. 333p., profusely illus., first printing, lightly rubbed dj .                                                                                                                20.00

820.          Sprigle, David Aden. Tai sun and rich: Puna boys. Santa Monica, FotoFactory, 2003. Unpaginated, 81 plates of Sprigle's black/white homoerotic Hawaiian photography, one of 4,000 copies, first edition, dj.         30.00

821.          Stacton, David. Old acquaintance. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1964. 185p., first US edition, slightly worn dj. The British first edition is Young 3609.                                                                  30.00

822.          Stadler, Matthew. The dissolution of Nicholas Dee; his researches. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1993. 325p., first printing, dj. Stadler's second novel.                                                           15.00

823.          Stambolian, George, ed. Men on men 4; best new gay fiction, introduction by Felice Picano, afterword by Andrew Holleran. New York, Dutton, 1992. 403p., first printing, dj.                                                                        18.00

824.          Stanton, Eric. For the man who knows his place. Cologne, Taschen, 1996. [64]p., profusely illus. with Stanton's dominatrix art, 3.25x4 inches, wraps. Lotsa lesbian content.                                                                        15.00

825.          Stark, Ben. Size queen. Los Angeles, Pendulum Books, 1970. 223p. + ads, wraps. Gay pulp fiction, with some photos (frontal nudity). (PES 0-421)                                                                          25.00

826.          Starke, Edwin. Sailor's delight. San Diego, Surrey House, 1971. 188p.+ads, camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (HIS 6905)                                                                                                    20.00

827.          Steegmuller, Francis. Silence at Salerno; a comedy of intrigue. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1978. 215p., first printing, dj. Young 3618.                                                                          18.00

828.          Stein, Edward, ed. Forms of desire; sexual orientation and the social constructionist controversy. New York, Garland Publishing, 1990. xiv, 365p, wraps. (Garland gay and lesbian studies 1)         15.00

829.          [Stein, Gertrude and Virgil Thomson]. Four saints in three acts (abridged by the composer); soloists, chorus and orchestra conducted by Virgil Thomson. New York, RCA, 1964. 12-inch 33 1/3 rpm record in slipcase, sealed and with libretto enclosed. (Red Seal LM-2756)                                                               30.00

830.          Steiner, Lucius B. Sex behavior of the lesbian. Hollywood, The Genell Corporation, 1964. 159p., paper browning, leatherette boards without any titling, pictorial dj is unclipped with original printed price. Purported case histories -- the lesbian wife, tranvestism, prostitution, and more.                                  75.00

Copyright page lists publisher as Genell but title page printed as "An original Viceroy Publication".

831.          Steward, Samuel M. Chapters from an autobiography. San Francisco, Grey Fox Press, 1981. ix, 147p., previous owner's gift inscription, worn wraps. Autobiography of the literateur-cum-pornographer-cum tattoo artist.      18.00

832.          Steward, Samuel M. $tud; a novel by Phil Andros [pseud.]. Washington, Guild Press, 1969. 295p., inscribed by Steward in 1983 ('To Jim - This first excursion into the nightland - with best wishes Phil Andros) first printing, lightly rubbed dj, designed by Etienne, with a closed 1.5 inch tear on the rear panel and a small chip at the head of the spine. First appearance of $tud in book form. Young 97*.                                        250.00

833.          Stewart, Desmond. The unsuitable Englishman. New York, Farrar, Straus & Young, 1954. 250p., foxing on pastedowns and endpapers, first printing, shelfworn dj. Young 3646.                          30.00

834.          Stewart, Desmond. The vampire of Mons. London, Hamish Hamilton, 1976. 169p., first edition, dj. Young 3648*.                                                                                                                      25.00

835.          Stryker, Susan and Jim Van Buskirk. Gay by the bay; a history of queer culture in the San Francisco Bay Area, foreword by Armistead Maupin. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, 1996. ix, 164p., profusely illus., 10x10 inches, first printing, wraps.                                                                                                          20.00

836.          Summers, Claude J. Chistopher Isherwood. New York, Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1980. x, 182p., dj. (Modern literature monographs)                                                                                 15.00

837.          Surën, Hans. Schwunggymnastik; Von Spannung und Lösung - Verstand und Seele, Motorik und Rhythmik, Von der Kraft in der Hemmung, Von richtiger und falscher Erziehung. Stuttgart, Franckh'sche Verlagshandlung, 1935. 199p., numerous black/white photos on inserted coated stock, 14th edition, moderate foxing on endpapers and edges. One of Surën's many gymnastic books with male nude physique-type shots, issued to promote race health by the Nazi government.                                                                                                               50.00

838.          Sussex, Lucy. My lady tongue & other tales. Melbourne, William Heinemann Australia, 1990. 280p., inscribed by the New Zealand writer, first printing, dj.                                                               25.00

839.          Swallow, Jean. Leave a light on for me; a novel. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1986. 292p., signed by Swallow, first printing, wraps.                                                                                                   20.00

840.          Another copy of the first printing, not signed, wraps.                                             15.00

841.          Swann, Thomas A. The Tom Swann story: for a greater good. Santa Ana, Puygmalion Press, 2003. x, 218p. (including one tipped-in plate), signed by Swann, wraps. The gay marine's account of his lawsuit against the military.      25.00

842.          Symonds, John Addington. Renaissance in Italy; the revival of learning. New York, Henry Holt and Company, n.d. xv, 546p., hinges tender, scratched spine, slight fraying of extremities.                                       25.00

843.          Symonds, John Addington. Walt Whitman; a study, with portrait and four illustrations. New York, AMS Press, 1968. 160p., reprint of the 1893 edition.                                                                    18.00

844.          Symons, Katherine E., A. W. Pollard, Laurence Housman, R. W. Chambers, Alan Ker, A. S. F. Gow, and John Sparrow. Alfred Edward Housman; recollections. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1937. 82p. + front., 6p. illus., endpapers slightly spotted.                                                                                 25.00

845.          Talsman, William. The gaudy image. New York, The Traveller's Companion, 1958. 252p., wraps. (TC 302)      25.00

846.          Tarnowsky, Benjamin. Anthropological, legal and medical studies on pederasty in Europe. New York, Anthropological Press, 1933. xxxiii, 233p. + plates, copy no.1311 of a stated limitation of 1500, waterstained boards, heavily foxed endsheets and blanks, hinges are weak, and the frontis plate on Japanese vellum is very rippled and browned from exposure to damp.                                                                              45.00

847.          Taylor, G. Rattray. Sex in history. New York, Thames and Hudson, 1954. 330p., first edition, slightly shelfworn dj.  18.00

848.          Taylor, Robert E. Journey through the tunnel; one man's story of incest and survival. New York, Vantage Press, 1993. 100p., previous owner's germane gift inscription, first edition, dj.                                            15.00

849.          Taylor, Valerie. Love image. Bates City, MO, The Naiad Press, 1977. 168p., first edition, slightly worn wraps designed by Tee Corinne. Grier A**.                                                                         22.00

850.          Another copy. Tallahassee, Volute/Naiad, 1982. 168p., wraps.                            18.00

851.          Taylor, Valerie. Ripening; the conclusion to the Erika Frohmann series. Austin, Banned Books, 1988. 169p., first edition, wraps.                                                                                                           12.00

852.          Thaw, Stephanie, ed. Philadelphia stories: a dining out for life cookbook. A collection of remembrances about Philadelphia culinary artists who have died of AIDS, with recipes from some of the restaurants they shaped. Foreword by Steven Poses. Philadelphia, ActionAIDS, 1993. iv, 145p., illus. in text, spiral-bound wraps.        22.00

853.          The 25 to 6 Baking & Trucking Society. Great gay in the morning! One group's approach to communal living and sexual politics. Washington, NJ, Times Change Press, 1972. 95p., second printing, wraps. 15.00

854.          Theokritos. The idylls of Theokritos; a verse translation by Barriss Mills. West Lafayette, IN, Purdue University Studies, 1963. xiii, 113p., edgeworn dj. Young 3772.                                                25.00

855.          Another copy, some highlighting in the introduction, chipped dj.                            15.00

856.          Thody, Philip. Jean Genet; a study of his novels and plays. New York, Stein and Day, 1969. 261p., first US edition, dj.                                                                                                                 22.00

857.          Thomas, Biff. Gay in San Francisco. Thousand Oaks, CA, Cameo Library, 1974. 190p., wraps. This is actually a pseudonymous reissue of Sam Stewart/Phil Andros' San Francisco Hustler. Gay pulp fiction.           20.00

858.          Thomas, Cal. Occupied territory. Brentwood, TN, Wolgemuth & Hyatt, 1987. xii, 287p., inscribed by Thomas, second printing, dj. A collection of the journalist's columns from the Los Angeles Times, with pieces on gay liberation and AIDS.                                                                                                                 15.00

859.          Thompson, Dunstan. Poems. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1943. 55p., first edition of the poet's first book, shelfworn dj. Young 3788.                                                                                         45.00

860.          Thompson, W. Scott. The price of achievement; coming out in Reagan days. London, Casell, 1995. 242p., first edition, dj.                                                                                                                 15.00

861.          Tithecott, Richard. Of men and monsters; Jeffrey Dahmer and the construction of the serial killer, foreword by James R. Kincaid. Madison, The University of Wisconsin Press, 1997. xiii, 192p., first printing, dj.  22.00

862.          Toklas, Alice B. The Alice B. Toklas cook book; illustrations by Sir Francis Rose. New York, Harper & Brothers, 1954. 288p., later printing, slightly shelfworn in a faded chipped stained dj (now presentable in an archival brodart to size).                                                                                                         25.00

863.          Torres, Luis, comp. Ten years IAGSDC; a collection of pages from our memory book, design and layout by Roger Coffin. San Antonio, the compiler, 1993. 227p., wraps slightly worn and browned. The memory book of the International Association of Gay Square Dance Clubs. With articles on and contributions from The South Florida Mustangs and groups in Colorado, California (SF, LA, Sacramento), Seattle, New Mexico and more. Mexican American compiler.                                                                                                    65.00

864.          Torres, Tereska. Women's barracks. New York, Fawcett Publications, 1961. 189p., later printing, camp pictorial wraps. Paperback original. Grier A***. (Gold Medal Giant s1171)                                                             22.00

Torres' first book describes the lives of young girls in French military barracks.

865.          Tournier, Michel. The fetishist; translated from the French by Barbara Wright. Garden City, Doubleday and Co., 1984. 212p., first US edition, edgeworn dj. Macabre short stories.                                                              15.00

866.          Townsend, Larry. Billy's club. San Diego, Phenix Publishers, 1970. 206p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Young 3814*.      25.00

867.          Townsend, Larry. The scorpius equation. New York, The Traveller's Companion/Olympia Press, 1971. 247p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Young 3830*. (The Other Traveller TC-513)                                                        25.00

868.          Trebor. The queer love of comrades; cover, Stevie Postman. San Francisco, Terrapin Press, 1993. 18p., first edition, wraps. Radical faerie poetry.                                                                          20.00

869.          Trefusis, Violet. Broderie anglaise; translated from the French by Barbara Bray. San Diego, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1985. xvii, 120p., first English translation, first edition, dj. Introduction by Victoria Glendinning. Trefusis' novel based on her affair with Vita Sackville-West.                                                     22.00

870.          Tremblay, Michel. Le coeur découvert; roman d'amours. Ottawa, Les Éditions Leméac, 1986. 318p., previous owner's gift inscription, first edition, wraps . (Chroniques du Plateau Mont-Royal #1)  20.00

871.          Tremblay, Michel. Le premier quartier da la lune; roman. Ottawa, Leméac Editeur, 1989. 283p., first edition, wraps. (Chroniques du Plateau Mont-Royal/5)                                                           25.00

872.          Tripp, C. A. The homosexual matrix. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1975. ix, 314p., first printing.      18.00

873.          Troubridge, Una. The life of Radclyffe Hall. New York, The Citadel ress, 1963. 190p. + front., 8p. photos, first US edition, edgeworn dj. Grier A***, B***.                                                             45.00

874.          Tsongas, George. Love letters. San Francisco, Second Coming Press, 1975. 33p., very good in stapled wraps. Poetry with some gay content, not in Young.                                                              25.00

875.          Tucker, T. G. Sappho. Melbourne, Thomas C. Lothian, 1914. 91p. + 12p. ads, slightly foxed throughout, boards slightly rubbed. A lecture delivered before the Classical Association of Victoria, 1913. 45.00

876.          Tunui, John & Tommi Avicolli Mecca. You're a star at Mecca. San Francisco, A Different Light, 1999. 44p., wraps. Poetry from A Different Light's open mic reading series, with contributions from the compilers, Red Jordan Arobateau, Jaime Cortez, Al Lujan and Lito Sandoval of Latin Hustle, and many others. 18.00

877.          Turner, Kay. Dear Sappho; a legacy of lesbian love letters, original graphics by Sheri Tornatore and Kay Turner. London, Thames and Hudson, 1996. 159p., first printing.                                           12.00

878.          Tusquets, Esther. Stranded; translated with an afterword by Susan E. Clard. Elmwood Park, IL, Dalkey Archive Press, 1991. 230p., first US edition, dj.                                                                     17.00

879.          Tyler, Parker. Screening the sexes; homosexuality in the movies. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972. xvi, 367p. + 24p. photos, first edition, edgeworn dj.                                                   25.00

880.          van Campe, Honey. The drag queen's cookbook & guide to sensible living. New Orleans, Winter Books, 1996. 123p., profusely illus., 9x12 inches, first edition, slightly edgeworn dj.                                                95.00

881.          van der Vliet, Virginia. The politics of AIDS. London, Bowerdean Publishing Company, 1996. ii, 151p., wraps. (Briefings)                                                                                                                  18.00

882.          van Haeften, W. L. Homofilie in de praktijk; is homosexuliteit een ziekte, een mode van deze tijd, òf een out van de natuur?????. Amsterdam, Uitgeverij Orion, 1965. 108p. + 16p. illus., ad for Jan Brants' novel, Mannen die Anders Zijn, laid in, rear wrap lightly soiled, otherwise very good. (Sexualiteit en maatschappij) 95.00

883.          Vanden, Dirk [R. D. Fullmer]. I want it all: revised by the author for this edition. Sacramento, Brass Ring Books, 1995. 174p., author's note, fine in original trade paper pictorial wraps. This is a revised edition of Vanden's seminal gay classic originally published by Frenchy's Gay Line in 1969. Inscription reads "Gay life is like a port in a storm; all sorts of dinghies tie up in it. Warm regards, Dirk Vanden".                                   15.00

884.          Vano, Robert. Love you from Prague. [Prague?], Radost, 1991. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with Vano's homoerotic black/white photography, 8.5x11.75 inches, dj.                                        30.00

885.          Vaucher, Andréa R. Muses from chaos and ash; AIDS, artists, and art. New York, Grove Press, 1993. 260p., signed by Vaucher, first edition, dj.                                                                           22.00

886.          Another copy of the first edition, not signed, dj.                                                    17.00

887.          Vellekoop, Maurice. Maurice Vellekoop's ABC book; a homoerotic primer. New York, Gates of Heck, 1997. 58p., profusely illus. with Vellekoop's erotic drawings, first printing. Gay sex comics, not for kids.    15.00

888.          Verel, Shirley. The dark side of Venus. New York, Bantam Books, 1962. 201p., first printing of the US edition,, wraps. Pulp format Grier A***.                                                                                 35.00

889.          [Vidal, Gore]. Views from a window; conversations with Gored Vidal, selected by Robert J. Stanton, edited by Robert J. Stanton and Gore Vidal. Secaucus, Lyle Stuart, 1980. 319p., first edition, shelfworn dj.    15.00

890.          Voelcker, Hunce. Within the rose; a poem, drawings & illuminations, Jose Laffitte, calligraphy, Selwyn Jones. New York, Cowstone Press, 1969. Upaginated, embossed frenchfold wraps. Young 3960.            25.00

891.          von der Elbe, Rudi. Der süsse Phili und der geliebte Tütü; fünf Kapitel aus einer grossen Garnison. Berlin, Alfred Mianow [?], 1907. 63p., first edition, front wrap missing (xerox facsimile present), chipped and worn rear wrap detatched but present, lower right corners worn but the text is not affected. One of the earliest publications on the Eulenberg-von Moltke scandal, not in OCLC or Copac.                                          150.00

892.          von Mahlsdorf, Charlotte. Ich bin meine eigene Frau; ein leben, herausgegeben von Peter Süss, mit einem Fotoessay von Burkhard Peter. St. Gallen, Berlin and São Paulo, Edition d i á, 1992. 183p. + 32p. photos, later edition, wraps.                                                                                                                       20.00

893.          Wade, Carlson. Boys of Boles dorm. Los Angleles, Echelon Book Publishers, 1968. 160p., wraps. slightly worn. Gay pulp fiction. Young 3966*.                                                                                 25.00

894.          Wakeman, Frederic. De luxe tour. London, Jonathan Cape, 1957. 384p., first British edition, dj creased on front flap with one-inch closed tear along spine. Young 3973.                                             35.00

895.          Warland, Betsy. Proper deafinitions; theorograms. Vancouver, Press Gang Publishers, 1990. 143p., first printing, dj. Lesbian-centered essays.                                                                                      15.00

896.          Warland, Betsy. Serpent (w)rite (a reader's gloss). Toronto, The Coach House Press, 1987. Unpaginated, wraps. Womanist poetry, lesbian content.                                                                              15.00

897.          Warren, Carol A. B. Identity and community in the gay world. New York, John Wiley & Sons, 1974. xiii, 191p., later printing, slightly worn dj.                                                                          22.00

898.          Washington Gay Liberation Front. [Untitled]. Washington, the Front, [1972?]. 1p. flyer, printed two sides, with information about the Front and its politics.                                                                 20.00

899.          Watson, Lynn. Alimony, or death of the clock; a novel. N. pl., Keegan Press, 1981. 97p., signed 'watson 82' on the f.e.p., textblock has two mild damp-ripples, wraps are slightly worn.                                         18.00

900.          Webb, Charles. Elsinor; a novel. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1976. 212p., first edition, dj with small chip. Novel 'about a woman whose husband is involved with antother man' - dj. Not in Young.            25.00

901.          Weeks, Jeffrey. Coming out; homosexual politics in Britain, from the nineteenth century to the present. London, Quartet Books, 1977. 278p., first wraps printing.                                                       20.00

902.          Weiermair, Peter. ed. The male nude - a male view; an anthology. Frankfurt, Edition Stemmle, 1995. 152p., profusely illus. with photographs, dj. With works by Michals, Mapplethorpe, Ritts, Dureau and many more, along with chronologies.                                                                                                             50.00

903.          Weinberg, Kurt. On Gide's Prométhée; private myth and public mystification. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1972. xiii, 145p., dj.                                                                                        25.00

904.          Welby, T. Earle. A study of Swinburne. New York, Barnes & Noble, 1969. xii, 274p. Reprint of the 1926 edition.                                                                                                                      15.00

905.          Welch, Denton. Maiden voyage. New York, L. B. Fischer, 1946. 303p., first US edition, cloth lightly soiled. Welch's first book. The first British edition is Young 4052. .                                        25.00

906.          Wells, Jess. Aftershocks; a novel. Chicago, Third Side Press, 1992. 227p., first printing, wraps.          15.00

907.          Wells, John Warren. The male hustler. New York, Lancer Books, 1971. 159p., very good first edition in original black wraps. Gay prostitute case studies. (Lancer 78673-125)                                   20.00

908.          Wentworth, Margaret and Anne. The lesbian marriage. Las Vegas, Griffon Corp., 1970. 190p., 5.25x7.75 inches, prologue, illustrated throughout with graphic photographs of sex acts between women, very good first edition in original wraps. Pseudoscientific case studies of lesbian behavior illustrated with mostly "lesbian sex for straight men" photos. (Griffon Book GB702)                                                                                  40.00

909.          [Wescott, Glenway]. Continual lessions; the journals of Glenway Wescott, 1937-1955, edited by Robert Phelps, with Jerry Rosco. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1990. xix, 410p. + 16p. photos, first edition, dj.           25.00

910.          [West, Mae]. Three plays by Mae West; Sex, The Drag, The Pleasure Man, edited by Lillian Schlissel. New York, Routledge, 1997. 246p., wraps.                                                                       18.00

911.          Westwood, Gordon. Society and the homosexual; with an introduction by Dr. Edward Glover. Westport, Greenwood Press, 1985. 191p., Reprint of the 1952 Dutton edition.                          20.00

912.          Weyerhaeuser, Kenneth. Pansy sonata; illustrations by Matt. Teaneck, NJ, FirstHand Books, 1994. 278p., wraps. Paperback original.                                                                                                    15.00

913.          White, Edmund. The beautiful room is empty. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1988. 228p., first edition, dj.      20.00

914.          White, Edmund. States of desire; travels in gay America. London, Andre Deutsch, 1980. xi, 336p., first British edition, dj.                                                                                                                 25.00

915.          Another copy. New York, E. P. Dutton, 1980. 336p., first printing, dj.                 18.00

916.          White, Edmund & Adam Mars-Jones. The darker proof; stories from a crisis. London, Faber and Faber, 1987. 250p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                        20.00

917.          White, Edmund, ed. The Faber book of gay short fiction. London, Faber and Faber, 1991. xviii, 586p., hilarious previous owner's inscription, first British edition, dj slightly edgeworn, top of spine with small tear.    18.00

918.          [Whitman, Walt]. Calamus lovers; Walt Whitman's working-class camerados, edited with introductions and commentary by Charley Shively. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1987. 223p., first wraps edition (issued contemporaneously with the limited hardcover edition).                                                                                17.00

919.          Whitman, Walt. City of orgies & other poems, selected and illustrated by J. Lawrence Lembo. San Francisco, Live Oak Press, 1980. [56]p., inscribed by Lembo (with a photo of him pasted down) on f.e.p., wraps. With a distinct emphasis on the homoerotic.                                                                                      25.00

920.          [Whitman, Walt]. Walt Whitman; a supplementary bibliography: 1961-1967 by James T. F. Tanner. Kent, The Kent State University Press, 1968. vi, 59p., second cloth boards; faintest edgewear. (The Serif series, #5)   15.00

921.          Whitman, Walt. Walt Whitman: behoor jewerkeljk tot de volledige mensen? Is een selektie geichten uit het werk van de 19-eeuwse amerikaanse dichter Walt Whitman; Leaves of Grass. Rotterdam, Futile, 1976. 161p. + 10 plates (two photos, one of a page from Leaves of Grass, and seven sepia-toned drawings), colophon signed by its author, Rik Blok. Wraps; one joint has a 2 inch split. An odd Dutch translation of Leaves of Grass. 95.00

922.          Wieners, John. Ace of pentacles. New York, James F. Carr & Robert A. Wilson, 1964. 72p., #3 of 75 copies numbered and signed by the author, a typed and signed copy of Ode on a Common Fountain laid in. Poetry. Weiners' second book. Young 4100.                                                                       295.00

923.          Wieners, John. We were there! A gay presence at the Democratic convention. N. pl., the author, 1972. Reproduced from typescript, 13 8.5x11 inch leaves printed single side with a collaged cover sheet, mimeo'd, rather edgeworn wraps. Poetry.                                                                                           30.00

924.          Wilcox, Michael. Rents; a play. London, Methuen, 1983. 47p., illustrated, stapled wraps, first edition. Gay male prostitutes in Edinburgh.                                                                                             25.00

925.          Wilde, Oscar. De profundis. London, Methuen and Co., 1905. 151p. + 40p. catalog of Methuen publications dated February 1905 at the rear, first state blue and gilt binding t.e.g., heavy foxing of the first dozen leaves and the last dozen, light wear at spine ends, aside from the foxing a very good sturdy and reasonably bright copy of the first printing of the first edition of Wilde's last book.                                                                     125.00

926.          Wilde, Oscar. Teleny; a novel attributed to Oscar Wilde, edited by Winston Leyland. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1984. 182p., first wraps edition (issued contemporaneously with the limited hardback edition), slight stain on foredge.                                                                                                                     15.00

927.          Wilhelm, Gale. We too are drifting. New York, Grayson Publishing Corp., 1948. 206p., reprint of the Random House edition. Grier A***.                                                                                        18.00

928.          Williams, Colin and Martin S. Weinberg. Homosexuals and the military; a study of less than honorable discharge. New York, Harper & Row, Publishers, 1971. xii, 221p., first edition.                                              15.00

929.          Williams, Tennessee. One arm; and other stories. New York, New Directions, 1954. 129p., first revised edition, dj with one-inch diameter black mark on inner flap, includes original source for The Night of The Iguana. Young 4153*.      45.00

930.          Willis, Danielle. Corpse delectable. San Francisco, Hydraulic Press, 1987/91. 30p., second edition, wraps. Poetry, with some lesbian content, set in San Francisco.                                             15.00

Expelled from Barnard in 1986, Willis has worked as a nanny, poodle groomer, stripper, and a dominatrix, finally scoring big as the entertainer at San Francisco's most notorious political event of 1997 ...

931.          Wilson, A. N. Incline our hearts. London, Hamish Hamilton, 1988. 250p., first edition, dj. Coming-of-age novel with secondary gay themes.                                                                                        25.00

932.          Wilson, Angus. Setting the world on fire. New York, The Viking Press, 1980. 296p., first edition, slightly edgeworn dj. Young 4176.                                                                                        18.00

933.          Wilson, Barbara. Cows and horses; a novel. Portland, OR, The Eighth Mountain Press, 1988. 198p., first printing, wraps.                                                                                                                       15.00

934.          Wilson, Snoo. Pignight and blowjob; two plays. London, John Calder, 1975. 86p., first edition, dj. Young 4195.      45.00

935.          Windham, Donald. The dog star. Garden City, Doubleday & Company, 1950. 221p., first edition of the author's first book, somewhat shelfworn dj. Young 4199.                                                        45.00

936.          Wings, Mary. Divine victim. New York, Dutton, 1993. 243p., first US edition, dj. Lesbian gothic thriller.      15.00

937.          Winter, Rusty. Aussie hot more homosexual experiences from Down Under. San Francisco, Leyland Publications, 1988. 155p., first edition, wraps.                                                                               20.00

938.          Wishart, Michael. High diver. London, Blond & Briggs, 1977. 208p. + 16p. photos, first edition, dj. Autobiography of the painter, including much on his affair with Denham Fouts.                                             45.00

939.          Wolverton, Terry and Robert Drake, eds. . Hers; brilliant new stories by lesbian writers. Boston, Faber & Faber, 1995. x, 195p., signed by Wolverton, wraps.                                                           25.00

940.          Another copy, not signed, x, 193p., uncorrected advance proof, wraps.               22.00

941.          Wolverton, Terry, ed., with Robert Drake. Indivisible; new short fiction by gay and lesbian west coast writers. New York, Plume, 1991. xv, 317p., uncorrected proofs, wraps.                                22.00

942.          Wynne, John. The sighting. New York, Radio City Station, 1978. 26p., first edition, wraps. Short story. Young 4246*.                                                                                                                      30.00

943.          Yee, Kal. Perfect form; photography by Kal. Beverly Hills, Second Glance, 1991. Unpaginated, beautifully illus. with the Los Angeles photographer's mostly black/white modern physique works, 9x11.5 inches, free endpapers faintly stained along margins, otherwise very good in like dj.                                                  95.00

944.          Young, Antonia. Women who become men; Albanian sworn virgins. London, Berg, 2000. 168p., illus., first edition, several pages with minor ink underlining or marginalia, otherwise very good in boards. (Dress, body, culture)      35.00

 "[W]omen in remote regions of Albania who elect to 'become' men. They crop their hair, wear men's clothes, roll their own cigarettes, socialize as, and with, men and may carry guns. Simply to dress as a man and to behave as a man earns these women the same respect accorded a man. This is no mean advantage in an area known for sexual inequality" (from cover blurb).

945.          Young, Ian. The Stonewall experiment; a gay psychohistory. London, Cassell, 1995. 312p. + 8p. photos, first printing, wraps. "[A]n exploration of the psychic life of gay men, from the Whitman era to the AIDS crisis." - rear wrap.      15.00

946.          Yourcenar, Marguerite. Two lives and a dream; translated by Walter Kaiser in collaboration with the author. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1987. 245p., first US editon, dj.                                                          18.00

947.          Youree, Gary. Big Cy. Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1974. 337p., first printing, dj. Young 4277.      25.00

948.          Youth Against War & Fascism. Gay Caucus. The struggle against sexual oppression. New York, the Caucus, [1980?]. 4p., wraps.                                                                                                  22.00

949.          Zachary, John. Sexual behavior of the lesbian. San Diego, Socio Library, 1972. 215p., 5.25x7.75 inches, introduction, conclusion, bibliography, index, illustrated throughout with erotic art reproductions and graphic photographs of sex acts between women and a few good men, very good in original wraps. Pseudoscientific case studies of lesbian behavior illustrated with mostly "lesbian sex for straight men" photos. (OSL 9640)       40.00

950.          Zackheim, Michele. Violette's embrace; a novel. New York, Riverhead Books, 1996. 213p., first printing, dj. Novel of Violette Leduc.                                                                                            17.00

951.          Zahava, Irene, ed. Speaking for ourselves; short stories by Jewish lesbians. Freedom, CA, The Crossing Press, 1990. 184p., wraps. With contributions by Lesléa Newman, Martha Shelley, Irena Klepfisz, and others.      15.00

952.          Zimmerman, Bonnie. The safe sea of women; lesbian fiction, 1969-1989. Boston, Beacon Press, 1990. xvii, 273p. + index, first printing, dj.                                                                                  20.00

953.          Zipter, Yvonne. The patience of metal. Chicago, Hutchingson House, 1990. 72p., first edition, wraps. Lesbian poet.                                                                                                                         15.00

954.          Zweig, Paul. Walt Whitman; the making of the poet. New York, Basic Books, 1984. 372p., first edition, dj.      18.00