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International Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day parade & celebration;
the circle; short stories and poems reprinted from DER KREIS (THE CIRCLE),
3. "An all star benefit show" for the AIDS Emergency Fund at the Mint ... May 31, 1991, 8-11 PM. San Francisco, The Tavern guild, 1991. 8.5x11 inch yellow and black flyer for the event, hosted by Mr. Tavern Guild (Michael Vaticano) and Ms. Tavern Guild (Hel'n Back). 15.00
bless Uncle Harry and his roommate Jack, who we're not supposed to talk
about; cartoons from Christopher Street.
visible: the legacy of Stonewall, an exhibition on the history of
sweep police riot;
Catalyst: a socialist journal of the social
sciences; volume III, number 4, whole number 12: special issue; Lesbian
and gay issues in the social services .
Conditions: a magazine of writing by
women with an emphasis on writing by lesbians.
10. Crossroads; Contemporary political
analysis & left dialogue. (No. 42) Stonewall 25: and behind the door?.
Issue of Crossroads dedicated in part to the 25th anniversary of Stonewall, with six articles on the intersection of politics and the Gay movement by Harry Hay, Irene Elizabeth Stroud, Mariana Romo-Carmona, Marcy Rein, and Howard Wallace.
cool new tool: martial law; in San
Francisco Bay Times, vol. 13, no. 17,
cover led directly to Hongisto's firing as police chief: he ordered his men to
pull copies of the Bay Times from its street boxes and destroy them. Hongisto always
had a schizoid relationship with SF progressives and minority communities: his
reputation as a liberal sheriff in the 1970s was shattered when he evicted aging
Filipino americans from the International Hotel. He left the city for
12. End immigration abuse of lesbians and gays [pinback button]. n.p., [198-?]. 2.25 inch diameter pin, depiction of Stature of Liberty's head, crying, with pink triangle flags being waved by two people standing on the observation playform of her crown. 10.00
13. Frontiers; a journal of women studies, volume
IV, number 3, fall 1979.
of the past: reviving the queer archives; organized by Ryan Conrad. Photos:
Annette Dragon. Essays: Susie R. Bock, Erica Rand, Ryan Conrad.
15. Gay comix #7.
16. Gay comix; Lesbians and gay men put
it on paper! #1.
17. Gay comix no. 13.
pride/ an Francisco,
19. Gay sunshine; #4.
20. Gay sunshine; a newspaper of gay
liberation, March-April 1973, no. 17.
21. Gay sunshine; a paper of gay
una nueva politica de salud contra el SIDA; una publicacion de la Coalicion
para una Politica Global contra SIDA.
and social justice; reissue of the report of the task force on gay/lesbian
issues, San Francisco, new, updated, expanded edition.
25. How do I look? Queer film and video, edited by Bad Object-Choices. Seattle, Bay Press, 1991. 294p., illus., first printing, wraps. 15.00
26. I am; oracle of the gay emmaus.
AIDS candlelight memorial and mobilization organized by Mobilization
lesbian/gay freedom day parade and celebration,
Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day parade and celebration,
30. Manroot; #9, Fall, 1973. 120p., wraps. Gay poetry. 17.00
31. No ka 'oi (no comparison), a collaborative photo essay from Douglas Cloutier, Tom Kurthy and Philip Pirolo. W. Hollywood, Alluvial Publishing, 1996. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with the homoerotic black/white and color photography of the collaborators, 10.5x10.5 inches, first edition, dj. 50.00
32. On parade '96; the OFFICIAL magazine for the 1996 San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender pride parade and celebration. San Francisco, Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Freedom Day Committee, 1996. 48p., 8x10.5, wraps. 12.00
33. Other countries; black gay voices, a first volume. New York, Other Countries, 1988. 120p., wraps. Includes works by Assotto Saint, Donald Woods and others. 20.00
34. Parade 87; San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Parade and Celebration, June 28, 1987, proud/strong/united. San Francisco, Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Parade & Celebration Committee, 1987. 44p., 8x10.5 inches, illus., wraps. 15.00
35. People's gay sunshine; a newspaper of gay males. Berkeley, People's Gay Sunshine, [197-?]. 20p. tabloid newspaper, a radical split from Gay Sunshine. This issue focuses on Edward Carpenter and various radical critiques of American society, heterosexism, etc; a femnist critique of May Day events as male-dominated, and a discussion on the question "Is socialism the answer?". 15.00
April 11 -
and pride: lesbian and gay traditions in America, a special issue of New York Folklore, vol. xix, nos. 1-2,
38. Public scandals: sexual orientation and criminal law in Romania, a report by Human Rights Watch and the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission. New York, Human Rights Watch and the IGLHRC, 1998. 104p., extensive footnotes, very good first edition in wraps. 15.00
39. The quilt; stories from the NAMES Project, written by Cindy Ruskin, photographs by Matt Herron, design by Deborah Zemke, with an introduction by Elizabeth Taylor. New York, Pocket Books, 1988. 160p., profusely illus. with color photos, first printing, dj. 22.00
41. Resumen no gubernamental de las directrices internacionales sobre VIH/SIDA y derechos humanos. N. pl., ICASO, [199-?]. 20p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Summary of the original text, in Spanish. 18.00
42. Rightfully proud; June 26 1988, San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day parade & celebration. San Francisco, Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee, 1988. 48p., illus., 8x11 inches, wraps. The parade program. 15.00
43. San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day parade and celebration; Stonewall 20: a generation of pride, June 25, 1989. San Francisco, Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee, 1989. 52p., illus., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. The parade program. 12.00
Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day parade and celebration; San Francisco to
Stonewall: pride and protest, Sunday, June 19, 1994.
46. STH, the
47. STH, the
48. STH, the
49. STH, the
presents; slideshow and discussion, by Women against Violence and
Pornography in the Media and Men against Sexist Violence.
51. The storm; a journal for free spirits, winter, 1978, #6. New York, The Mackay Society, 1978. 24p., illus., wraps. Gay liberation issue of the anarchist journal, including articles on Emma Goldman and John Henry Mackay. 18.00
52. Studien zur männlichen homosexualität;  Prof. Dr. G. Th. Kempe, Die Homophilen und die Gesellschaft;  Zur gleichgeschlechtlichen männlichen Prostitution. Stuttgart, Ferdinand Enke Verlag, 1954. 72p., wraps. (Beiträge zur sexualforschung #5) 65.00
dollar bill. No. 2 (Samhain 1991).
Includes Harold Beard's account of Stonewall.
54. Towards a new health strategy for AIDS; a report of the Global AIDS Policy Coalition. Cambridge, MA, the Coalition, 1993. 14p., wraps. 12.00
55. Towards a Quaker view of sex; an essay by a group of Friends. London, Friends Home Service Committee, 1966. 84p., later printing of the revised edition, slightly discolored wraps. The longest chapter is on homosexuality. 12.00
56. Transvestia; volume XV, no. 89. Los Angeles, Chevalier, 1977. 96p., very good in wraps. 35.00
57. Transvestia; volume XVI, no. 93. Los Angeles, Chevalier, 1978. 96p., very good in wraps. 35.00
58. Transvestia; volume XVI, no. 95. 96p., verygood in wraps. 35.00
59. Transvestia; volume XVII, no. 98. Los Angeles, Chevalier, 1979. 96p., very good in wraps. 35.00
60. Abbott, Steve. Holy terror. Freedom, CA, The Crossing Press, 1989. 141p., very good first trade paper edition in original pictorial wraps. 12.00
61. Abbott, Steve. The lizard club.
62. Abbott, Steve. View askew; postmodern investigations.
63. Abnorman, [pseud. of Norman Nichols]. Subway stops; collected poems of
64. Adair, Margo & Lynn Johnson. Tapping deeper resources; visualization
& A.I.D.S., instruction booklet, designed for The Worried Well / HIV+.
65. Adelman, Marcy, ed. Long time passing; lives of older
66. Airey, Stephen, ed., stories by Peter
Robins, David Rees, Tenebris Light, et al. Messer
Rondo and other stories by gay men.
67. Aldyne, Nathan [pseud. of authors
Michael McDowell and Dennis Schuetz]. Cobalt.
was best-known as the author of the horror series "Blackwater." Both
authors died of AIDS-related illnesses and lived near
68. Aldyne, Nathan [pseud. of authors
Michael McDowell and Dennis Schuetz]. Slate.
69. Altman, Dennis. AIDS in the mind of
The social, political, and psychological impact of a new epidemic.
70. Alwood, Edward. Straight news; gays, lesbians, and the news media.
71. Alyson, Sasha, Enid Braun, Beth Ireland
et. al. Young, gay & proud!.
Resources and guidance for gay and lesbian teenagers.
72. Another copy. 96p., illus., very good second printing, wraps. 15.00
74. Andriote, John-Manuel. Victory deferred; how AIDS changed gay
75. Anonymous. Bail out! Washington, Guild Press, 1969. 86p., wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Black Knight Classics of the Homosexual Underground) 30.00
Air Force captain and corporal on a liferaft.
76. Anonymous. Cruisin'.
In the Navy!
77. Anonymous. The first job. Washington, Guild Press, 1969. 94p., very good first edition in plain white stapled wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Black Knight Classics of the Homosexual Underground) 25.00
79. Anonymous. Leather whipper.
80. Anonymous. Male bride.
81. Anonymous. Men in chains.
82. Anonymous. Porthole buddies. Washington, Guild Press, 1969. 104p., 4x7 inches, very good in original stapled white wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Black Knight Classics of the Homosexual Underground) 20.00
In the Navy!
83. Anonymous, cover by Craig Esposito. Boys in the band; a gay romance for
84. Antoniou, Laura, ed. Looking for Mr. Preston.
85. Arce, Hector. The secret life of Tyrone Power. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1979. 317p. incl. photos, edgeworn dj. 18.00
86. Arenas, Reinaldo. The assault; translated by Andrew Hurley.
Cuban American author found an unsympathetic reception in the
87. Arenas, Reinaldo. The doorman; translated from the Spanish by Dolores M. Koch.
88. Arenas, Reinaldo. Farewell to the sea; a novel of
89. Arenas, Reinaldo, translated by Andrew
Hurley. Singing from the well;
translated by Andrew Hurley.
first novel, meant to be the beginning of a semi-autobiographical series of 5
books of which "Farewell to the Sea" was the third book but the first
to be published in English. The book was banned in
90. Ashby, Irving. Primal threat; an introduction to homophobology. n. pl., Comstock Publication, 1989. 179p., very good first edition in cloth, gilt and dj. 35.00
"... employs bio-social programming theory in analyzing the social function of homophobism in human groups." - dj.
91. Azpadu, Dodici. Goat song. Iowa City, Aunt Lute Book Company, 1984. ix, 110p, first edition, wraps. Poetry. 12.00
92. Baker, Nikki. Long goodbyes.
93. Baker, Rob. The art of AIDS.
94. Baker, Roger. Drag; a history of female impersonation on the stage, illustrated.
95. Balliett, Bev and Patti Patton. Graphic details; lesbian erotica &
humor, photography by Patti Patton.
96. Baracks, Barbara and Kent Jarratt,
editors. Sage writings from the
lesbian and gay men's writing workshop at Senior Action in a Gay Environment.
97. Barber, Sonny. Live one.
98. Barnett, Allen. The body and its dangers and other stories.
99. Another copy, very good first edition, edgeworn dj. 18.00
Judith. Trying to be an honest woman;
Tim. Genocide; the anthology.
memoirist Nasdijj was outed as being Tim Barrus -- a middle-class white guy
Neil. Ready to catch him should should
103. Baskett, Edward Eugene. Entrapped; introduction by James A. Warren. Westport, Lawrence Hill & Company, 1976. 151p., very good first edition in cloth and unclipped dj. Dj subtitle: "An accused homosexual looks at American justice". 20.00
Robert E. The gentleman from
Ronald. Homosexuality and American
psychiatry; the politics of diagnosis.
Jeremy. Death scene; thirteen songs
Joseph W. Leathersex shadows; the
erotic art of Joseph W. Bean.
Sebastian. Two: learning to drown
and Addy, Laura and Old Jack Butler.
novellas, set in northern
110. Another copy, lacking dj. 12.00
111. Bell, Arthur. Kings don't mean a thing; the John Knight murder case. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1978. 228p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. 15.00
Knight, heir to the Knight-Ridder publishing empire and a journalist in his own right, led a double life that took him into the world of gay male street hustlers.
Miriam J. Frederick Rolfe: Baron Corvo,
Robert. Here there be dragons.
espionage thriller set in
Raymond M. Gay and gray; the older
David, ed., The Violet Quill reader;
the emergence of gay writing after Stonewall.
Violet Quill was the vehicle for the post-Stonewall literary generation. This anthology includes works published for the first time by Edmund White, Andrew Holleran, Felice Picano and others, as well as excerpts from their published works.
Ross. The manhood ceremony.
Thriller about the abduction of a 12 year old boy.
Allan. Coming out under fire; the
history of gay men and women in World War Two.
Tom. Bob & Rod.
José. La pérdida
First published in 1977. Bianco's only full-length novel, in which "he narrative turns on homosexual desire that is never acted upon ..." -Foster, Latin American Writers on Gay and Lesbian Themes, p. 64.
Phyllis, et. al., eds. Amazon
expedition; a lesbian feminist anthology.
Jeff. Gardy and Erin.
Marci and Trebor Healey, editors. Beyond
definition; new writing from gay and lesbian
Evelyn, ed. Anthropology and homosexual
Marie-Claire. St. Lawrence Blues;
translated from the French by Ralph Manheim.
French Canadian novel.
Marie-Claire. The wolf; translated
by Sheila Fischman.
Jose Joaquin. El castigador.
Set in the NYC subway system as envisioned by Dante, laid-out as the Stations of the Cross, this novel is filled with religious metaphore and violence. The author has been compared to Celine and Nathanael West.
Warren J. & Diane Raymond. Looking
at gay and lesbian life.
Ed. Queer free; a novel by Alabama
A novel of gay segragation set partly in LA and partly in SF.
Bruce and Robert Glück, illustrations by Tom Thompson. La Fontaine.
"Boone and Glück re-invent La Fontaine for our time." - Fredric Jameson, quoted on the rear wrap. Poetry.
Alain. Rimbaud en Abisinia.
135. Borgman, C. F. River road. New York, New American Library, 1988. 373p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. First novel by the gay writer. 12.00
136. Bosch, Art. Boys' town. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1988. 151p., very good first edition, trade paper original in pictorial wraps. 12.00
137. Boswell, John. Same-sex unions in premodern Europe. New York, Villard Books, 1994. xxx, 412p. + 8p. photos, dj. 12.00
138. Bouldrey, Brian. The genius of desire; a novel. New York, Ballantine Books, 1993. 274p., first printing, dj. 15.00
139. Bowers, Bill; Jimmy Romer. TIN (This Is New). August 1987. San Francisco, the zine, 1987. Single issue of the gay leather zine, 20 pages; crudely photocopied with black and white photos. 15.00
Includes coverage of the Up Your Alley street fair, a "Dear Daddy" column, and commentary by various correspondents.
140. Bowman, Karl. Sexual being versus governments that promote homosexuality. Rochester, WA, Sovereign Press, 1993. 61p., very good first edition in wraps. 30,000 years of attack on sexual beings. 12.00
141. Boyd, Malcolm. Gay priest; an inner journey. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1986. 163p. + 8p. photographs, very good first edition in boards in unclipped dj. 15.00
142. Boyd, Malcolm. Take off the masks. Garden City, Doubleday & Company, 1978. 178p., photos, very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. Young 384*. 12.00
143. Boyd, Robert N. Sex behind bars; a novella, short stories and true accounts. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1984. 127p., frontis photo, introduction, very good first trade paperback edition (issued contemporaneously with the limited hardback edition) in pictorial wraps. 15.00
144. Boyers, Robert and George Steiner, ed., Michel Foucault, Martin Duberman, et al. Salmagundi; a quarterly of the humanities and scoial sciences, no. 58-59, fall 1982 – winter 1983; homosecuality: sacrilege, vision, politics. Saratoga Springs, NY, Salmagundi, 1982. 426p., slightly worn wraps. 15.00
145. Boyle, Kay. Gentlemen, I address you privately. Santa Barbara, Capra Press, 1991. 227p., very good first edition thus, buckram cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. A revised version of the author's third novel originally published in 1933 which is Young 387. 12.00
146. Bram, Christopher. In memory of Angel Clare; a novel. New York, Donald I. Fine, 1989. 288p., very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. 18.00
147. Bram, Christopher. Surprising myself; a novel. New York, Donald I. Fine, 1987. 424p., first edition, slightly worn dj. Bram's first novel. 18.00
148. Brand, Dionne, et. al. Sight specific; lesbians and representation. Toronto, A Space, 1988. 56p., 8.5x5.5 inches, profusely illus. exhibition catalog, one of 1,000 copies, wraps. Includes work by Brand, Sue Golding, Jude Johnston and others. 30.00
149. Braun, Richard Emil. Bad land. Penland, NC, Jargon Society, 1971. Unpaginated, 5x7.5 inches, very good first edition in stiff wraps in dj. Poetry. Young 433. (Jargon 70) 10.00
NEA supported project.
150. Breaker, Dan. Midnight marine. New York, N.A.A., [1971?]. Unpaginated, 4.5x7 inches, very good in stapled camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Grand Prix Classics) 20.00
151. Bright, Susie and Jill Posener, eds. Nothing but the girl; the blatant lesbian image, a portfolio and exploration of lesbian erotic photography, essays by Susie Bright. New York, Freedom Editions, 1996. 144p., 9x11 inches, dj. With photos by Tee Corinne, Honey Lee Cottrll, Della Grace, Morgan Gwenwald and Jill Posener, and a short bibliogrphy by Corinne. 20.00
152. Brogan, Jim. Jack and Jim; a personal journal of the 70's. Bolinas, CA, Equanimity Press, 1982. 174p., inscribed by the author, first edition, wraps. 22.00
153. Another copy of the first edition, not inscribed, very good in wraps. 12.00
journal entries recalling his early days in
154. Bronski, Michael, ed., foreword by Jewell Gomez, preface by Michael Bronski. Outstanding lives; profiles of lesbians and gay men. Detroit, Visible Ink, 1997. xxviii, 425p. illustrated throughout with b&w portrait photos, very good first edition in pictorial boards and unclipped dj. 15.00
155. Broughton, James. A to Z; 26 sermonettes. Mill Valley, Syzygy Press, 1986. p., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good first edition chapbook in stapled pictorial wraps. Poetry. 20.00
156. Broughton, James. The androgyne journal. Oakland, Scrimshaw Press, 1977. 77p., owner's inscription, wraps. Young 474. 22.00
157. Another copy, creased pictorial wraps. 12.00
158. Broughton, James. Ecstasies; poems 1975-1983, paintings by Galen Garwood. Mill Valley, Syzygy Press, 1983. 123p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Gay poetry. 12.00
159. Broughton, James. Erogeny; a geographical expedition. South San Francisco, ManRoot Books, 1976. [12p.] 5.5x8.5 inches very good first edition chapbook in stapled pictorial wraps. 18.00
Written for the poet's film of the same name.
160. Broughton, James. Graffiti for the johns of heaven, drawings by Galen Garwood. Mill Valley, CA, Syzygy Press, 1982. 75p. illustrations, limited to 1,500 copies, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. 12.00
Howard, M.D. Familiar faces, hidden
lives; the story of homosexual men in
162. Browning, Frank. The culture of desire; paradox and perversity in gay lives today. New York, Crown Publishers, 1993. viii, 241p., later printing, dj. 12.00
163. Bulliet, C. J. Venus Castina; famous female impersonators, celestial and human, with illustrations by Alexander King. New York, Bonanza Books, 1956. 308p., facsimile of 1928 edition, very good in boards and slightly edgeworn dj. 15.00
164. Burroughs, William S. Queer. New York, Viking, 1985. xxiii, 134p., very good first edition in cloth and unclipped dj. 18.00
165. Busi, Aldo. Seminar on youth; translated by Stuart Hood. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1989. 292p., very good first US edition in boards and unclipped dj. 20.00
166. Butts, June Dobbs. Is homosexuality a threat to the black family? In Ebony, April 1981, vol. xxxvi, no. 6. Chicago, Ebony, 1981. 6p. article in the 154p., 10x13 inch magazine. 15.00
167. Caffey, John. The coming out party; a novel. New York, Pinnacle Books, 1982. 215p., very good first printing PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. 12.00
168. Caldwell, Joseph. In such dark places. New York, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1978. 230p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. Young 568. 12.00
A photographer wrestling with his faith and his sexuality becomes involved in a murder mystery which may be solved by a photo in his camera - which is missing. Not in Gunn. Debut novel.
169. Calimach, Andrew. Lovers' legends; the gay Greek myths. New Rochelle, NY, Haiduk Press, 2002. iv, 179p., map endpapers, bibliography, indexed glossary, illustrations in text, very good first edition in cloth and unclipped dj. 15.00
Includes two-page poem by Allen Ginsberg, "Old Love Story" written in 1981.
170. Canan, Janine. Who buried the breast of dreams. Berkeley, Emily Dickinson Press, 1981. 45p., signed by the lesbian poet, wraps. 12.00
171. Cantwell, Alan, Jr. Queer blood; the secret AIDS genocide plot. Los Angeles, Aries Rising Press, 1993. x, 157p., very good first edition trade paperback in wraps. 25.00
Cantwell argues that the AIDS virus was genetically engineered. using gays and Blacks as guinea pigs. See entries in Young, The AIDS Dissidents.
Daniel. Toward an understanding of
Michael. Brothers in arms; a novel.
Floyd. Big Joe.
Young football players in a public steam bath house!
Jules and Angela Stewart-Park. We're
here; conversations with lesbian women, photographs by Angela Stewart-Park
and J. P. Goodchild.
Charles, Noel Coward. Noël. Garden
City, Doubleday & Company, 1973. 272p., profusely illus., very good first
and Nelly, eds. A woman's touch; an
anthology of lesbian eroticism and sensuality for women only.
Jack. St. Mick; a novel.
179. Champagne, John. The blue lady's hands. Secaucus, Lyle Stuart, 1988. 162p., first edition, dj. Novel of gay love in the age of AIDS. 18.00
John. The letters of John Cheever;
edited by Benjamin Cheever.
Robert, illus. by Art Jagonosi and an introduction by Bert Herrman. Hard plays / stiff parts; the
Eustace. Strange loves; the human
aspects of sexual deviation. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1971. 256p.,
very good first
Jack T. (JTC).
Fundamentalist Christian booklet about Reverend Ray, a gay minister brought in to brainwash an antigay protester arrested at a gay pride parade, who ends up realizing his sin and having the devil exorcized from his body. "Oh God, I'm in trouble... How many young people have I enticed into the gay lifestyle?"
185. Christman, Henry M., comp. Gay tales and verses from the Arabian Nights. Autstin, Banned Books, 1989. 100p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. 15.00
Gerald. Capote; a biography.
Lige and Jack Nichols. Roommates can't
always be lovers; an intimate guide to male-male relations.
Dudley and Adam Nagourney. Out for good;
the struggle to build a gay rights movement in
John M. Acting gay; male
homosexuality in modern drama.
190. Clunis, D. Merilee & G. Dorsey Green. Lesbian couples. Seattle, Seal Press, 1988. xv, 260p., later printing, wraps. 12.00
Christopher. I look divine.
192. Coe, Christopher. Such times. New York, Harcourt Brace & Company, 1993. 317p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. 12.00
Richard N. The vision of Jean Genet.
Penny. Village elders.
Cyril. Savage nights.
Kirby. Fantoccini: a little book of
Dennis. Wrong; stories.
Dennis, introduction by Edmund White. The
tenderness of the wolves.
Emmanuel. The sexual perspective;
homosexuality and art in the last 100 years in the west.
Steven. Fragments that remain; a
205. Another copy, not inscribed, first edition, dj. 15.00
Steven. No easy place to be.
William. Christy dancing; a novel by
John Coriolan [pseud.].
Corington. The smile of eros; a
novel by John Coriolan [pseud.].
Tee, ed. Intricate passions.
Issued concurrently with the limited hardback edition of 10 copies.
Anita. Black lesbian in white
Donald Webster, comp. 21 variations on a
Donald Webster, ed. . Homosexuality;
a cross cultural approach.
on Religion and the Homosexual. CRH:
Council on Religion and the Homosexual.
Thomas. Their way; gay men and women
who enriched the world.
39 short biographies.
Quentin. The naked civil servant;
preface by Michael Holroyd.
Rupert. Bosie; the story of Lord
Alfred Douglas, his friends and enemies.
Margaret. The gay and lesbian liberation
Howard. Stuck rubber baby.
Howard, Tim Barela, Robert Triptow, Burton Clark et al. Gay comix no. 10.
Ed. Gay three-way.
Rich. S. U. C. K. No.
Michael. Flesh and blood.
Michael. The hours.
Gerard. Fine lines; a short novel,
with selected stories.
Daniel. Among the carnivores.
Daniel. From violent men; a novel.
Daniel. Human warmth and other stories.
Daniel. The misadventures of Tim McPick.
Anthony. Baby face; a novel.
231. Damon, Buster. Mostly male. Gardena, CA, E. L. Publishing Company, 1970. 170p., very good first printing PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (G 1) 20.00
Martin. Theories of homosexuality.
Christopher. Valley of the shadow.
Lennard J. and M. Bella Mirabella, eds. Left
politics and the literary profession.
236. de Becker, Raymond. The other face of love; translated by Margaret Crosland & Alan Daventry. New York, Bell Publishing Company, 1969. 209p., profusely illus., reprint of Grove Press edition, dj slightly shelf worn and price clipped. 12.00
Cecco, John P., ed. Gay personality and
Frank. Big Bill Tilden; the triumphs
and the tragedy.
David, ed. The question of equality;
lesbian and gay politics in
Samuel R. They fly at Çiron.
Ron. American lives.
Michael, Charles Ortleb, and Thomas Steele, eds. First love, last love; new fiction from
245. Desing, Julius. King Ludwig II. his life - his end. Lechbruck, Verlag Kienberger, 1976. 48p., 4.5x6.5 inches, illustrations, very good booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. 20.00
Rienzo, Maria G. Favole per adultere.
N. A. Ed Dean is queer; a novel.
N. A. The fourth wall.
Gavin Geoffrey. Yellow snow and
Thomas M. The M.D.; a horror story.
Melvin. Vanishing rooms.
Coleman. Mrs. October was here.
Patrick. The male stem.
I'm a lumberjack and I'm okay!!
Emmanuel. Mortal embrace; living
with AIDS, translated by Linda Coverdale.
Martin Bauml. About time; exploring
the gay past.
Larry. Captain Swing; a love story.
Kate, ed. Gays in uniform; the
Pentagon's secret reports, with an introduction by Congressman Gerry Studds.
Richard, ed. Now you see it; studies
on lesbian and gay film.
Hanns. Volleyball with the Cuna Indians
and other gay travel adventures.
260. Ebert, Alan. The homosexuals. New York, Macmillan Publishing Co., 1977. xii, 332p., first edition, dj. 15.00
B. A. Independence day.
Simon. With friends like these...;
Marxism and gay politics.
Lars. Pawn to queen four; a novel.
Allen. The homoerotic photograph;
male images from Durieru/Delacroix to Mapplethorpe.
Jeffrey M., ed. Kindred spirits; an
anthology of gay and lesbian science fiction stories.
Deb. Haley &
novel about the KKK in
Doug, text and photographs. "A
simple matter of justice"; the
to raise funds for Team
Margaret. Unusual company.
W. Prickly heat.
270. Evans, Dan [cover name Danial Evans]. Glory hole. San Diego, Publishers Export Co., 1968. 150p., very good first printing PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (French Line FL44) 15.00
A closeted vice squad cop defends a vice officer who resigns after accepting that he is gay. Gunn page 257.
copy, 1969 reissue in camp pictorial wraps. (French
Dame Edna, aka Barry Humphries. My
gorgeous life; the life, the loves, the legend.
Jim. Cute and other poems.
Max [pseud. of Paul Reed]. Leather sex.
Lillian. Odd girls and twilight lovers;
a history of lesbian life in twentieth-century
Salvatore, ed. The orange telephone;
277. Farmer, Beverley. Alone; a novel. Fitzroy, Vic., McPhee Gribble/Penguin Books, 1984. 102p., first printing thus, wraps. Reissue of the 1980 Sisters edition of the Australian lesbian novel. 12.00
Kelton. His secret life.
David B. Spontaneous combustion.
"A black comedy about the AIDS crisis" Sequel to "Eighty-Sixed.".
David. The spiral path; a gay
contribution to human survival.
Haviland. Runes for faring forth.
Robert. The blue star.
Robert. Second son; a novel.
284. Another copy, unisgned, very good. 15.00
Harvey. The torch song trilogy;
three plays, with an introduction by James Leverett and a note by the author.
286. Another copy, later printing, wraps. 15.00
Ronald]. Firbankiana; being a
collection of reminiscences of Ronald Fairbank.
David. Requiem for huertebise: homage to
Elizabeth Gurley. The Alderson story;
my life as a political prisoner.
"'Alderson' is the Federal Women's
Reformatory. Conceived as a model for rehabilitating its inmates, it is nestled
in a picturesque valley of mountainous
Quicksand! African American lesbian
Byrne R. S. A road to Stonewall;
male homosexuality in English and American literature, 1750-1969.
Wilfried. Body-shots; photographien.
David William. Gay and lesbian themes in
Latin American writing. Austin,
David William. Gay and lesbian themes in
Latin American writing. Austin,
296. Freedman, Mark. Homosexuality and psychological functioning. Belmont, CA, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1971. [xvi], 124p., first printing, wraps. 18.00
Mark and Harvey Mayes. Loving man; a
photographic guide to gay male lovemaking. Photographs by Edd Dundas, with
special medical assistance from Charles Ihlenfeld and Paul Isakson.
Aaron. Reflections of a rock lobster;
a story about growing up gay.
Richard. The movie lover.
Jack. The geography of women; a
romantic comedy, a novel.
Jack. Some dance to remember.
David and Christian Sabisch, eds. Calamus;
male homosexuality in twentieth-century literature, an international anthology.
Linda. Lesbian sources; a
bibliography of periodical articles, 1970-1990.
Marjorie. Vested interests;
cross-dressing and cultural anxiety.
Marjorie. Vice versa; bisexuality
and the eroticism of everyday life.
A. Nolder [pseud. of William A. Koelsch]. The
view from the closet; essays on gay life and liberation, 1973-1977.
Athletic Games. Gay Athletic
Freedom Day Committee. San Francisco Gay
Freedom Day parade and celebration, Sunday,
Sally Miller. The wanderground;
stories of the hill women, with illustrations by Elizabeth Ross.
Gilbert. Not the law's business? An
examination of homosexuality, abortion, prostitution, narcotics and gambling in
Paul. Kings and beggars.
312. Gettings, John. Couples; a photographic documentary of gay and lesbian relationships, with an afterword by Quentin Crisp. Hanover, University Press of New Englnad, 1996. vii, 127p. profusely illus. with Gettings' black/white photography shot at NY's Sontewall 25 and Gay Pride celebration in 1994, 9x8.5 inches, first printing, dj. 20.00
Elsa. Elsa; I come with my songs,
the autobiography of Elsa Gidlow.
published the first openly lesbian volume of poetry in the
Elsa. Makings for meditation; a
collection of parapoems, reverant and irreverant.
Elsa. Sapphic songs; eighteen to
eighty, revised edition.
Barry. Francis goes to the seashore;
the pillow book of Francis Reeves.
John. From the inside out; poems.
John. Between worlds; new &
319. Ginsberg, Allen. Gay Sunshine interview with Allen Young. Bolinas, Grey Fox Press, 1974. [iv], 42p., wraps. Young 1452*. 22.00
Allen. Howl and other poems.
Amy and Betsy Reed, eds. Homo economics;
capitalism, community, and lesbian and gay life.
Nicola. Belinda Hollows and Sheridan Nye, eds. Assaults on convention; essays on lesbian transgressors.
Michael, ed. Out in
Gerre, George Lakey, Judy Lashof and Erika Thorne. No turning back: lesbian and gay liberation for the '80s; foreword
by Malcolm Boyd.
Paul. Five years. Preface by Harold
Paul. Like a conquered province; the
moral ambiguity of
Paul. Making do.
Robert. Jesus acted up; a gay and
329. Goytisolo, Juan. Forbidden territory [and] Realms of strife; the memoirs of Juan Goytisolo, translated by Peter Busch [pair, complete set]. San Francisco, North Point Press, 1989 and 1990. Two volumes, cloth boards in paired-design djs. Vol. I, 1931-1956, 235p., dj. Vol. II, 1957-1982, 261p., casebindings and jackets and near fine. 25.00
Judy. The queen of swords.
Michelle. The dream at the end of the
world; Paul Bowles and the literary renegades in Tangier.
Harlan. What the dead remember.
Harlan. Why we never danced the
Dorien. The bottle ghosts; a Dick
Sixth Dick Hardesty mystery, this one concerning the disappearance of five gay alcoholics. Gunn page 150.
Dorien. The role players; a Dick
Hardesty mystery novel.
Set in 1980s NYC, theatre background.
Barbara. Lesbiana; book reviews from
the Ladder, 1966-1972, introduction
by Ann Leeson.
337. Grier, Barbara and Coletta Reid, eds. The lesbians home journal; illustrated by Ellen Vogel. Baltimore, Diana Press, 1976. 326p., slightly creased wraps. Grier A***. 22.00
Gwyn. A last lamp burning; a novel.
Gwyn. A significant experience.
in a British regimental training school in
Susan. Let them be said.
342. Another copy, not signed. Oakland, Shameless Hussy Press printed by Mama's Press, 1973. 57p., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good in stapled pictorial wraps. 25.00
343. Gronowski, Paul. Big blow comin'. Santee, CA, Surree Ltd., 1978. 186p.+ads, very good first printing PBO in original camp photo-illustrated wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (Surree Stud Series SS034) 12.00
Mount Pelee in the Caribbean erupts with passion!
Doris. The ladies.
Michael. Hard corps; studies in
leather & sadomasochism, photographs by Ed Gallucci.
Michael. Life drawing; a novel.
Foreword by Edmund White, afterword by George Stambolian.
Rufus. Something for Sergio.
Allan. White people.
Charles, Minnette Lehman, Laura Brun, Michelle Rollman and Zoey Kroll,
curators, Nancy Braver and Leslie Ernst, Shu Lea Cheang with Robbie McCauley,
Stephanie Cress et al. Addressing
herself; February 2 - March 5, 1994.
Boze. The vinyl closet; gays in the
Carpenter Archives. Gay Men's Oral History Group. Walking after ;
gay men's life stories.
David M. Saint Foucault; towards a
Wallace. Christopher and gay; a
partisan's view of the
Joseph. Bohannon's country; mystery
Joseph. A country of old men; the
last Dave Brandstetter mystery.
Dave's old rival is dying of AIDS. Gunn, page 157.
Joseph. Living upstairs.
Joseph. Pretty boy dead [revised
version of Known homosexual].
Revised version of Hansen's 1968 "Known Homosexual" written under the pseudonym James Colton. Also published in 1977 as "Stranger to Himself." LA accidental sleuth Steve Archer, African-American student and aspiring dramatist in a murder mystery. Gunn page 132.
Joseph. Trouble maker.
William and Wes Muchmore. Coming out
right; a guide for the gay male.
James Earl. 2nd time around.
Philip Brian. Are we not men?
Masculine anxiety and the problem of African-American identity.
Daniel. The rise and fall of gay
369. Harvey, Andrew. Burning houses. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1986. 214p., first edition, dj. 17.00
370. Hatterer, Lawrence J., M.D. Changing homosexuality in the male; treatment for men troubled by homosexuality. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1970. ix, 492p., preface, appendixes including clinical experiments and treatability, bibliography, index, very good first edition in gilt-decorated black cloth boards and unclipped dj. 25.00
Richard. The homosexual society.
Harry. Radically gay; gay liberation
in the words of its founder, edited by Will Roscoe.
Peter. Raptures of the deep.
Glen, organizer, Sherry Lee Thomas, Renny Pritikin, David Levi Strauss, Rebecca
Solnit. What's wrong with this picture?
Artists respond to censorship. Essays by Sherry Lee Thomas, Renny Pritikin, David
Levi Strauss, Rebecca Solnit. Artists: ACT-UP, Greg Adair, et. al., September
Photographic cover displays a succinct surrealist collage; vignette exhibit photos in the text.
Alan. Young man from the provinces;
a gay life before Stonewall.
Essex. ed. Brother to brother; new
writings by black gay men, conceived by Joseph Fairchild Beam, projected
managed by Dorothy Beam.
Craig B. Superstar on a housedress; the
life and legend of Jackie Curtis.
Warren. Dan White's final solution;
in Inquiry magazine,
Mike. Matlovich; the good soldier.
381. Another copy, first wraps printing. 12.00
Elaine and Chris White, eds. What
lesbians do in books.
Guy. Homosexual desire; translated
by Daniella Danghoor.
Andrew and David Hutter. With downcast
gays; aspects of homosexual self-oppression.
Alan. The folding star.
Alan. The swimming-pool library.
Llewellyn [pseud. of Lyal H. Stevens]. Coq
388. Hopcke, Robert H. Jung, Jungians, and homosexuality. Boston & Shaftesbury, Shambhala, 1989. x, 208p., first edition, dj. 25.00
Tom. Eros in
Tom. Jonathan loved David;
homosexuality in biblical times.
A. E. More poems.
393. Hoyt, Edwin P. Horatio's boys; the life and works of Horatio Alger, Jr. Radnor, PA, Chilton Book Company, 1974. v, 263p. incl. illus., first edition, dj. 25.00
only tells-it-all biography of
Jeffrey T., ed. How to find information
Charlie. Page thirty-two.
Peter Tuesday, cover illustration by Adam. Three
Sequel to The Bright Young Men featuring agent Bruce Doe in a drug smuggling saga featuring a cornucopia of villains led by Krishna Rau, leader of an international Communist conspiracy!!!
Mary Ann. My country, my right to serve;
experiences of gay men and women in the military, World War II to the present.
Laud. Out of the closets; the
sociology of homosexual liberation.
Joaquín. Guerros y otros marginales.
Maude. A diary of love.
Will. Voice of the beech oracle: a
Arturo. The rain god; a desert tale.
Joseph. The Franz document.
Ed and Stan Persky. Flaunting it! A
decade of gay journalism from The Body
Politic, an anthology.
Sy. The rod squad. Sun Valley &
San Diego, American Art Enterprises &
Allan. Summer of the studs.
and Surfer-dudes at
Derek. Modern nature.
411. Jarman, Derek. Queer Edward II. London, British Film Institute, 1991. 169p., illus., first printing, wraps. 20.00
comments: "How to make a film of a gay love affair and get it
commissioned. Find a dusty old play and violate it." (Introduction).
Dedicated to the repeal of
Karla and Allen Young, eds. Lavender
Karla and Allen Young, eds. Out of the
closets; voices of gay liberation.
Michael. Gay love signs; the new
astrology guide for men who love men, revised edition.
H. Paul. A portrait in murder and gay
Sheila. The lesbian heresy; a
feminist perspective on the lesbian sexual revolution.
Connie, cover by Adam. Close encounters.
Fenton. Geography of the heart; a
Toby. Secret matter.
Stephen. Two for Jack Spicer.
Anderson, essays. Men together;
portraits of love, commitment, and life, photographs by David Fields.
Carolyn, photographs. Living proof;
courage in the face of AIDS. Concept by George DeSipio, Jr., foreword by Ian
McKellen, introduction by Michael Liberatore.
Christine. A personal autobiography;
with an introduction by Harry Benjamin.
Jon D. Immune power; combine
holistic and standard medical therapies into the optimal treatment program for
HIV, the comprehensive healing program for HIV.
Margaret, ed. Moving to
Daniel. Power & magic.
Lisa. We are; introduction by Morrie
A photographic look at gay life in the early 1980s, illustrated every other page with full-page photographs by Kanemoto.
Jonathan, Harry Hay, Nell Painter and Hosea Hudson et al. Radical America: vol. 11,
no. 4, July-August 1971; Founding of the Mattachine Society: an interview with
Jonathan Ned. Gay/Lesbian almanac; a
new documentary in which is contained, in chronological order, evidence of the
true and fantastical history of those persons now called lesbians and gay men,
and of the changing social forms of and responses to those acts, feeling, and
relationships now called homosexual, in th early American colonies, 1607 to
1740, and the modern United States, 1880 to 1950.
Stuart, ed. Literary visions of
Stuart, editor, Edmund White, Seymour Kleinberget al. Essays on gay literature.
Dennis. Size queen and other poems.
Kevin. One singular sensation; the
Michael Bennett story.
Hubert. Anarchist of love; the
secret life of John Henry Mackay.
Hubert. Ulrichs: the life and works
of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, pioneer of the modern gay movement.
Girard. The boy harlequin and other
Rudy. Lasting relations; poems.
Steve. The erotic 'peek-freaks'.
James. Hit me with a rainbow; a
441. Kirkwood, James. Some kind of hero; a novel. New York, Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1975. 399p., first printing, dj. Young 2152. 25.00
Lincoln]. By with to & from; a
Lincoln Kirstein reader, edited Nicholas Jenkins.
Albert D., Colin J. Williams and Eugene E. Levitt. Sex and morality in the
Michael, ed. Poets for life;
seventy-six poets respond to AIDS essays by the Rt. Rev. Paul Moore, Jr.,
Joseph Papp, and Carol Muske.
Seymour. Alienated affections; being
Noretta, ed. . Philosophy and homosexuality.
Wayne. The queen's throat; opera,
homosexuality, and the mystery of desire.
Larry. Reports from the holocaust:
the making of an AIDS activist.
A. M., ed. The homosexuals as seen
by themselves and thirty authorities.
450. Kübler-Ross, Elisabeth. AIDS; the ultimate challenge. New York, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1987. xii, 329p., first printing, dj. 15.00
John. Dame Edna Everage and the rise
of western civilization;* backstage with Barry Humphries.
Into a Pegasus dream.
Winner of the Thomas R. Coward Memorial Award in Fiction. Author of "Inside Daisy Clover."
Monique. The kissing fish;
translated by Richard Howard.
Vincent. The prince and the pretender.
Clay. A different love; a gay
459. Larson, Ann E. and Carole A. Carr, eds. Silverleaf's choice; an anthology of lesbian humor. Seattle, Silverleaf Press, 1990. 143p., first edition, wraps. Short pieces and cartoons. 12.00
John and David Thorstad. The early
homosexual rights movement (1864-1935).
"Gay liberation is impossible without socialist revolution; socialist revolution is incomplete without gay liberation" - cover slogan.
Jay B. Steam.
Jeff. Screw 22.
Jeff . Truck stop.
"Very early postmodern novel and used the same techniques William Burroughs used, a cut-up style, and they printed the pages at a 45-degree angle so that the words ran off the page." Susan Stryker.
465. Leavitt, David. Arkansas; three novellas. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1997. 198p., first printing, dj. 18.00
466. Leavitt, David. Equal affections; a novel. New York, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1989. 268p., first printing, dj. 20.00
467. Another copy, advance reading copy, slightly worn wraps. 20.00
468. Leavitt, David. Family dancing. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1986. 206p., later printing of Leavitt's first book, dj. 30.00
469. Leavitt, David. The lost language of cranes. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1986. 319p., first edition, edgeworn dj. First novel. 17.00
470. Lebeaupin, RV. Photographies; joue-le moi plaisir. Berlin, Bruno Gmünder, 1994. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with Lebeaupin's black/white homoerotic photography, 9.5x12.5 inches, wraps. 25.00
471. Leddick, David. Men in the sun. New York, Universe Publishing, 1999. Unpaginated, profusely illus. with black/white male nude photography by Salvatore Baiano, Dianora Niccolini, Andy Devine, Dick Sweet and others, first printing, wraps. Taken on Miami beaches. 25.00
472. Lee, Ronald D., with Frank Melleno and Robert Mullis. Gay men speak; the yes book of sex. San Francisco, Multi Media Resource Center, 1973. p., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. Done by the National Sex Forum, a project (not noted in the book) of Glide Church. 22.00
J. Lee. Changes in gay student rights.
I. Lobbying. II. Judicial issues. Washington, National Student Association.
National Gay Student Center, . 8p., 8.5x11 inches, staples wraps.
Lehmann, who directed the
474. Lesbian and Gay Media Advocates. Talk back! The gay person's guide to media action. Boston, Alyson Publications, 1982. 119p., first printing, wraps. 15.00
Cole, Graham Payn & Sheridan Morley. Noel
Coward and his friends, designed by Craig Dodd. New York, William Morrow
and Company, 1979. 216p., 8.5x11 inches, profusely illustrated in both color
and b&w, very good first
Coffee-table biography and collection of Cowardy illustrations!
Stan. Mountain climbing in Sheridan
Square a novel.
477. Leyland, Winston, ed. Angels of the lyre; a gay poetry anthology. San Francisco, Pajandrum Press/Gay Sunshine Press, 1977. 248p., first wraps edition (issued contemporaneously with the library binding edition). 15.00
478. Leyland, Winston, ed. Manplay; true gay encounters, volume 3. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1987. 187p., first printing, wraps. 17.00
479. Leyland, Winston, ed. My deep dark pain is love; a collection of Latin American gay fiction, translated from the Spanish and Portuguese by E. A. Lacey. San Francisco, Gay Sunshine Press, 1983. 383p., first edition (issued contemporaneously with the limited edition). 65.00
480. Another copy, first wraps edition. 15.00
481. Liberace, Wladziu Valentino. Liberace; an autobiography. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1973. 316p. + 32p. photos, first edition, worn dj. 18.00
482. Licata, Salvatore J. and Robert P. Petersen, eds. The gay past; a collection of historical essays. New York, Harrington Park Press, 1985. 224p., wraps. Originally appeared in the Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 6, #s 1/2. 17.00
483. Light, Tenebris. Three rainbows. London, Brilliance Books, 1982. 93p., wraps. 20.00
484. Lonidier, Lynn. Clitoris lost; a woman's version of the creation myth, a takeoff on John Milton's ordering of a heaven, earth and hell. Boyes Hot Springs, CA, ManRoot Press, 1989. 160p., rainbow-spectrum paperstocks, one of 1,100 copies, wraps. Poetry and rants. Wraparound cover image, in colors, by Robert Berner, is a "computer generated" (mid 80s technology) recreation of a public baths scene in ancient Minos, two ladies in Minoan interior. Berner has ad space on p.85 for work on demand, this leaf also bears computer distortions of Lonidier photographic portraits and a three-quarter standing portrait of her "holding her two pet garter snakes". 22.00
485. Lonidier, Lynn. Po tree & illustrations; with drawings by Betty & Shirley Wong. Boyes Hot Springs, CA, ManRoot Press, 1989. viii, 42p., wraps. 15.00
486. Los Angeles Research Group. Toward a scientific analysis of the gay question. Cudahy, CA, the Research Group, [1976?]. ii, , 41p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps. 30.00
This document, written by a group of lesbian marxist-leninists, criticized the 'new communist movement' groups of the period for their anti-gay positions, particulalry the October League and Revolutionary Union, but wound up critiquing homosexuality as a petty-bourgeois ideology, an individual response to the decay of imperialism.
487. Louganis, Greg, with Eric Marcus. Breaking the surface. New York, Random House, 1995. xiv, 290p. + 32p. photos, signed by Louganis, first printing, dj. 25.00
488. Loughery, John. The other side of silence; men's lives and gay identities: a twentieth-century history. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1998. xviii, 507p. + 16p. photos., first printing, very good condition, dj. 12.00
489. Loulan, JoAnn. Lesbian passion; loving ourselves and each other, with Mariah Burton Nelson. Minneapolis, Spinsters Ink, 1987. [xii], 223p., first edition, wraps. 8.00
490. Loulan, JoAnn. Lesbian sex; drawings by Barbara Johnson, technical drawings by Marcia Quackenbush. Minneapolis, Spinsters Ink, 1984. xiv, 309p., wraps. 18.00
491. Lounge, Milton C., Jr. Cream of the crop. New York, 101 Enterprises, 1968. 91p., very good first edition in camp photographic wraps. Gay pulp fiction. (101-34) 22.00
Yves. Stations; poems by Assotto
Yves François, ed. Here to dare; 10
gay Black poets, edited by Assotto Saint [pseud.]
Yves François, ed. The road before us;
100 gay Black poets, edited by Assoto Saint [pseud.]
495. Lucie-Smith, Edward. Flesh & stone. New York, Ipso Facto, 2000. 189p., 10x7.5 inches, profusely illus. with gay erotic photography,very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. 25.00
496. Lundon, Ace. The closets are empty...the dining room's full; an autobiographical legacy. Reno, Ponderosa Publishing House, 1993. x, 339p., first printing, dj . 18.00
497. Magee, Bryan. One in twenty; a study of homosexuality in men and women. New York, Stein and Day, 1966. 192p., imtroduction, slightly-worn first edition in cloth-backed boards and lightly-worn dj. 12.00
Covers both male homosexuals and lesbians.
498. Maitland, Richard. Dicky dandies. Boyes Hot Springs, ManRoot Press, 1989. 96p., illus., one of 1,100 copies, 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Paul Mariah has autographed his prefatory essay in ballpoint pen, a recipient's name blacked out at top (in inkpen, which has bled to next leaf). Collages of phallicized vintage engravings. 20.00
499. Manley, Joey. The death of Donna-May Dean. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1991. 191p., first printing, dj. Alabama-based gay novel. 17.00
Klaus. The pious dance; the
adventure story of a young man, translated by Laurence Senelick. New York, Paj
Publications, 1987. ix, 181p., first
501. 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., later edition, shelfworn dj. With material on homosexuality scattered throughout. 25.00
502. March, Sue and Walter C. Alvarez. Gay liberation and homosexuality and other forms of sexual deviance. A bonus: The Gay Activists Alliance's 20 questions about homosexuality, a political primer. New York, Pyramid Books, 1974. 105p. + 259p., wraps. The classic 'two sides of the issue' approach, with Alvarez taking the disease position. Mass market format. (Confrontation doublebooks M3412) 22.00
503. Marchessault, Jovette. Lesbian triptych; translated by Yvonne M. Klein. Toronto, Women's Press, 1985. 100p., first English language edition, wraps. Canadian writer. 10.00
504. Mariah, Paul. Six imaginary letters of young Caesar on the Bythenian tour, 81 B. C. South San Francisco, Manroot Books, 1974. p., bound broadsides folded to 6.5x8.5 inches, very good in stapled pictorial wraps. Young 2507. 25.00
505. [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. 11x17 inch stiff cardboard poster, with announcement in center surrounded by a review of Mariah's This light will spread by Robert Peters. 12.00
506. Marlowe, Kenneth. The male homosexual. Los Angele, Sherbourne Press, 1965. 158p., wraps with closed tear on spine. 35.00
507. Marlowe, Kenneth. Mr. Madam; confessions of a male madam. New York, Paperback Library, 1965. 254p., very good first mass-market paperback edition in pictorial wraps. Reprint of the hardcover edition. (Paperback Library 55-857) 12.00
508. Marotta, Toby. Sons of Harvard; gay men from the class of 1967. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1982. 288p., first edition, dj. 18.00
Adam. Monopolies of loss: stories.
New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1993. 250p., first
Adam, Jon Ward, david Rees, Alan Wakeman et al. Cracks in the image; stories by gay men.
511. Martell, Dan. Queer love poems. Port Carling, ONT, the author, . 32p., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. 10.00
The dead slave and other poems; some
versions from Book XV of Marcus Valerius Martialis made and introduced by
Andrew. Techies do too.
years later, the authors were the first couple to be married when same-sex
weddings were legalized in
Reed, Lon of
William H. and Virginia E. Johnson. Human
517. Mastoon, Adam, photographs. The shared heart; portraits and stories celebrating lesbian, gay, and bisexual young people. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1997. 87p., profusely illus. with Mastoon's black/white photos, 8.5x11 inches, first printing, dj. 18.00
Robin. The boy from Beirut and other
stories, edited by Peter Burton.
Robin. Escape from the shadows; an
autobiography. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1973. xii, 273p. + 16p.
photos, very good first
520. Maugham, Robin. The link; a victorian mysters, a novel. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1969. 262p., first edition, dj. Young 2571*. 30.00
Armistead. Maybe the moon.
522. Another copy, not signed, first edition, dj. 15.00
Armistead. Michael Tolliver lives.
Armistead. Sure of you.
James Russell. Small favors; short
Robert. There was a rustle of black silk
McAlmon, an American expatriot in France, was the publisher of Contact Editions which published early Hemingway works.
Joseph A., ed. The homosexual dialectic,
with the special assistance of Suzanne M. Hartung.
Stephen. The easy way out.
Stephen. True enough.
Judith. Sisters and other selves;
531. McDermott, Kate, ed. Places, please! The first anthology of lesbian plays. Iowa City, Aunt Lute Book Company, 1985. xx, 209p., wraps. 12.00
Peter. Boys like us.
John J. The church and the homosexual.
Wayne. Lola; excerpts from the
notebooks of an Angelophile.
Daniel. The baggy-kneed camel blues.
Richard [pseudonym of Forman Brown] introduction by Hubert Kennedy. Better angel.
the first novel published in
538. Merlis, Mark. American studies. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1994. 275p., first edition, dj. Author's first novel. 18.00
539. Merrick, Gordon. The strumpet wind. New York, William Morrow & Company, 1947. 248p., shelfworn dj. Book club edition. Young 2673. 17.00
Grant. Dead on your feet.
Barry. Ginsberg; a biography.
Merle. What happened; a novel.
Neil. In search of gay
Terry. Standing by; a novel.
Larry. The Terminal Bar; a novel.
John. Some short stories about nasty
people I don't like.
John and Steven Abbott. Myra & Gore;
a new view of Myra Breckenridge and a candid interview with Gore Vidal, a book
David. Stranger among friends.
Richard D. Gay ideas; outing and
Paul. The carpenter at the asylum;
Paul. The gold diggers.
555. Another copy. Boston, Alyson, 1988. 373p., very good first Alyson edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. 12.00
Paul. Halfway home.
557. Monette, Paul. Last watch of the night; essays too personal and otherwise. New York, Harcourt Brace and Company, 1994. 309p., first edition boards in dj, a very good copy. 12.00
Paul. The long shot.
Paul. Sanctuary; a tale of life in
the woods, illustrations by Vivienne Flesher.
Paul. Taking care of Mrs. Carroll; a
Oscar. A matter of life and sex.
Patrick. This every night.
From the cover: "There are no gay rights in the military!" Same author that pumped out "The Green Berets."
Joseph and George Mazzei. Genius and
lust; the creativity and sexuality of Cole Porter and Noel Coward.
Carl & Joan Larkin. Gay &
lesbian poetry in our time; an anthology.
Kevin, ed. Out of the blue;
Willard. Let be fair a novel.
Royal. The disrobing; sex and
satire, edited by Winston Leyland.
John. Homosexual liberation; a
Raymond. Images in the dark; an
encyclopedia of gay and lesbian film and video.
Stephen O., ed. Male homosexuality in
John L. Holy family; a mystery.
Elana. They will know me by my teeth;
stories and poems of lesbian struggle, celebration, and survival, by Elana
Project. You are cordially invited to
hear and meet guitarists Sharon Isbin and Carlos Barbosa-Lima, Tuesday
evening, April 19,
Andrea. Rubyfruit mountain; a
Stonewall riots collection.
Michael. The burning plain.
Seventh Henry Rios mystery. Gunn page 202.
Michael. The death of friends.
Michael. How town; a novel of
Michael. Die lange nacht; Deutsch
von Stafan Haussman. Hamburg, Pink Plot/Argument Verlag, 2001. 297p., signed by Nava, first German Edition of Rag
and Bone, very good in wraps. Last of the mystery series featuring
Michael. La mort à Frisco; traduit
de l'anglais (États-Unis) par Pascal Loubet. Paris, Éditions du Masque, 2002.
286p., signed by Nava, first French
edition of The Little Death, very good in wraps. First mystery featuring
583. Another copy, signed by Nava, later French edition. 18.00
Michael. Rag and bone.
Michael. Sous une pluie de flammes;
traduit de l'anglais (États-Unis) par Pascal Loubet. Paris, Éditions du Masque,
2006. 430p., signed by Nava, first
French edition of The Burning Plain, very good in wraps. Sacramento-based
588. 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, signed by the antiimperialist lesbian activist, first printing, edgeworn dj. 15.00
Freddie. Sons of the moon.
Gay, A. [pseud. of William A. Koelsch]. Some
of my best friends; essays in gay history and biography.
Sisters, illustrated by Ann Miya, photographs by Petria MacDonnell. Loving women; second edition, revised.
Sketch artist in this second edition differs from the first, selection of photos differs also.
Bode. Red beans & rice; recipies
for lesbian health & wisdom, illustration & design by Diana Souza.
593. Norse, Harold. Memoirs of a bastard angel. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1989. 447p. incl. photos, first printing, dj slightly worn at spine ends. 22.00
Bruce. Good intentions; how big
business and the medical establishment are corrupting the fight against AIDS.
Justin. Portrait of André Gide; a
Philip. Memoirs of a public baby;
with an introduction by Stephen Spender.
Mary, Val Leoffler, Kater Pollock, and Ziesel Saunders. Lesbian health matters!
Sue and Pratibha Parmar. Lesbians talk
Joseph. Nightswimmer; a novel.
Jerry and Jack Vitek. Idol; Rock
Eric. The seven deadly sins of love ...
Charles and Richard Fiala. Relax!
This book is only a phase you're going through.
Joe. Head to toe.
Torie. Coming home to
Harry. Camel's farewell.
collection of fourteen connected 'gay' episodes which shed new light on social
customs of 'Darkest
Lionel. Homosexuality and
607. Another copy, edgeworn dj. 20.00
Pat. Child of myself; drawings by
Brenda Crider, Wendy Sjîholm, Wendy Cadden, Jerri Robertson, Karen Garrison,
Pat. Womanslaughter; graphics by
Irmagean, Karen Sjîholm, Wendy Cadden.
Dale. Martin and John; a novel.
Fritz [Arthur Anderson Peters]. Finistére;
Robert. Ludwig of
Robert. Snapshots for a serial killer:
a fiction and a play.
Robert. Zapped; two novellas. How to
make love to a foot, and Asbestos: a book for lepers.
Felice. Ambidextrous; the secret
lives of children.
Felice. The deformity lover and
Felice. Late in the season.
Felice. The lure.
Felice. Men who loved me; a memoir
in the form of a novel.
Charles]. Les Natali presents Charles
Pierce! Special return engagement, Bimbo's 365 Club,
Kenneth. Color photos of the atrocities;
David. The foreigner.
Ken, ed. Modern homosexualities;
fragments of lesbian and gay experience.
Kenneth. Sexual stigma; an
Wardell B. Dr. Kinsey and the
Institute for Sex Research.
Lisa. One million strong; the 1993
March on Washington for lesbian, gay and bi equal rights, photographs by Cece
Cox & Lisa Means.
Brad. Shadow on the sand.
victim Xenophon (Fon) Dmitri aka William P. (Skip) Saunders, 22, bisexual,
searches for his identity in
Ryan, cover by Adam. Studsucker.
Minnie Bruce. Rebellion; essays
John. Deadly lies.
John. Franny; the queen of
copy. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1995. 102p., a very good first printing of
John. Golden years.
John. The heir: with the king: two
John. Mr. Benson.
John. Sweet dreams.
John. Tales from the Dark Lord.
John. Winter's light; reflections of
a Yankee queer, edited and with an introduction by Michael Lowenthal, foreword
by Andrew Holleran. Hanover, University Press of
John, editor, Larry Eighner, Robert patrick, Aaron Travis, Ann Rice et al. Flesh and the word 2; an anthology of
642. Pride at work, AFL-CIO. Pride at work, AFL-CIO Out and organizing. Washington, Pride at Work, [199-?]. 8-panel brochure illustrated with color photos. 15.00
Introduction to the organization.
Virginia Charles. The transvestite and
Peter. The wanton chase; an
autobiography from 1939.
Esmond. The star brooch; by Aubrey
Lev. Dancing on Tisha B'av.
C., editor. AIDS; stories of living
Brian, ed. Sexual heretics; male
homosexuality in English literature from 1850 to 1900, an anthology.
John. The miraculous day of Amalia
Gómez; a novel.
John. Rushes; a novel.
John. The sexual outlaw; a
documentary, a non-fiction account, with commentaries, of three days and nights
in the sexual underground.
Paul. Facing it; a novel of AIDS.
Rita. Growing up gay; the sorrows
and joys of gay and lesbian adolescence.
David. A better class of blond; a
David . 'The milkman's on his way.
Geoffrey. Sex with strangers.
Robert C. Beldon's crimes; a novel
Robert C. A history of shadows.
Mary. Funeral games.
Mary. The mask of Apollo.
Text refers to Black and Latino support for Proposition 8 as an example of the capitalist system turning the oppressed against each other.
667. Rich, Adrienne. What is found there; notebooks on poetry and politics. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1993. xv, 304p., first printing, dj. 17.00
Renée, with John Ames. Second serve;
the Renée Richards story.
669. Richardson, Major-General Frank M. Mars without Venus; a study of some homosexual generals. Edinburgh, William Blackwood, 1981. vii, 188p. + 8p. illus., first edition, dj. 45.00
Owen. Carney boy - volume I.
Ines and Patricia Ruppelt, editors. AIDS;
Darrell Yates. Heartlands; a gay
man's odyssey across
Aymer. Forbidden freedom.
675. Roberts, Frank León & Marvin K. White, eds. If we have to take tomorrow; HIV, black men & same sex desire, a collaboration between: AIDS Project Los Angeles, Black AIDS Institute, Gay Men's Health Crisis, National Black Justice Coalition and the New York State Black Gay Network. N. pl., The Institute for Gay Men's Health, 2006. vii, 84p., black/white photos by Gerard H. Gaskin and Luna Luis Ortiz, wraps. 22.00
676. Robins, Peter. The gay touch; short stories. Trumansburg, The Crossing Press, 1982. 95p., wraps. 18.00
Peter. Our hero has bad breath.
Christopher. Scandal in the ink;
male and female homosexuality in twentieth-century French literature.
Robert. What they did to Princess
Eric E. "I thought people like that
killed themselves"; lesbians, gay men and suicide.
Richard. Buddha's kisses and other
poems; drawings by Bill Rancitelli.
Ned. Knowing when to stop; a memoir.
Will. Queer spirits; a gay men's
Frazer. The altar of eros.
Robert L. and Paul J. Gillette. The gay
health guide; a modern medicine book.
A. L. Homosexuals in history; a
study of ambivalence in society, literature and the arts. n. pl.,
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, first
Marty. The boiled frog syndrome; a
novel of love, sex and politics.
Michael. The bar.
Lettin it all hang out; an
Michael. Homosexuality; a
692. Russ, Joanna. Kittatinny; a tale of magic, illustrated by Loretta Li. New York, Daughters Publishing Co., 1978. 92p., 8.5x11 inches, first edition, shelfworn wraps. Not in Grier. 12.00
Paul. The coming storm.
Paul. The salt point.
Douglas. Sacred lips of the
Jaime. Los papeles de Narisco
697. Saghir, Marcel T. and Eli Robins. Male and female homosexuality; a comprehensive investigation. Baltimore, The Williams & Wilkins Company, 1973. ix, 341p. 25.00
Phalle, Niki de. AIDS; you can't
catch it holding hands.
Carl. "Gay, inc."; Gay San
Francisco business directory past & present.
Diane. Love, Zena Beth.
David, cover by Adam. Hunky jock.
Francisco Lesbian & Gay History Project. Lesbian masquerade; some lesbians in early
Regine. Travels with Diana Hunter.
705. Sang, Barbara, Joyce Warshow and Adrienne J. Smith, eds. Lesbians at midlife: the creative transition, an anthology. San Francisco, Spinsters Book Company, 1991. 268p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. 12.00
706. Saphira, Miriam, comp. Lavender annual. Ponsonby, NZ, Papers Inc., 1989. iv, 139p., illus., 9.5x7 inch wraps. 17.00
707. Saphira, Miriam, comp. The power and the glory and other lesbian stories. Auckland, NZ, Papers Inc., 1987. 96p., wraps. 18.00
Gail. Lesbian etiquette; humorous
essays, cartoons by Alice Muhlback.
Marty. Two halves of
Joel. Hadrian; a novel.
Ron. Moving to a new place.
Kesho, Cherry Muhanji and Egyirba High. Tight
Robert. The finding of David; a
Dennis. Sanctity: or there's no such
thing as a naked sailor.
Richard. The frog who dared to croak.
Paul A. One boy at war; my life in
the AIDS underground.
Jamel, photographs. last Sunday in June;
essays by Kelefa Sanneh and Emil Wilbekin.
Ntozake. Nappy edges.
721. Another copy of the first edition, lacking errata slip, edgeworn dj. 18.00
Simon. Because we're queers; the
life and crimes of Kenneth Halliwell and Joe Orton.
Anthony. The indoor boy.
Ann Allen. Loving her; a novel.
Aaron. A's dream.
Aaron. The graces.
Aaron. Into distances.
Aaron. Unbound; a book of AIDS.
Michelangelo. Queer in
730. An unsigned copy of the first edition, dj. 15.00
731. Silver, Erica. Love death and other myths; poems 1974-1977. N. pl., the author, 1977. 64p., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. Womanist poetry with strong lesbian content. 25.00
732. Silverstein, Charles, ed. Gays, lesbians and their therapists; studies in psychotherapy. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1991. xiii, 274p., first printing, edgeworn dj. 15.00
Geoffrey Robert. The symposium: an
Steven. Body blows.
Colin, Lewis Chester and David Leitch. The
Leo. Boychick; a novel.
Story of Leo, a grad student and his attempts to win the love of a teenage Boychick.
Heather. Heat lightning.
738. Smith, Lillian. One hour. New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1959. 440p., first edition, shelfworn dj. Grier A**. 15.00
Michael J. Colorful people and places;
a resource guide for
Michael J., ed. Black men/white men;
a gay anthology.
Winthrop, illustrated by Patrick Angus. Ghetto:
from the first five; sixty-four poems, six drawings by Patrick Angus.
First publication of the RFD Press, a new venture for RFD Quarterly, the "country journal for gay men everywhere.".
Workers Party. SWP discussion bulletin, vol. 35 no. 1, May, 1977 to no. 16,
This year includes discussion around the general political situation, women's movement, gay rights and more.
744. Soldatow, Sasha. Rock-n-roll Sally. Sydney, BlackWattle Press, 1990. 32p., wraps. Gay Australian poet. 15.00
745. Soule, Janet S., ed. Tracking our way through time: a lesbian herstory calendar/journal. Chicago, the author, 1984. Unpaginated, illus. desk-calendar format, spiral-bound wraps. 18.00
David. Bachelors of art; Edward
Perry Warren and the Lewes House brotherhood.
Stephen. The temple.
Matthew. Landscape: memory.
Matthew. The sex offender; a novel.
Three-hand jax & other spells.
752. Stearn, Jess. The grapevine. Garden City, Doubleday & Company, 1964. 372p., first edition, dj. Grier A*B*C*. 15.00
753. Stearn, Jess. The sixth man. New York, Doubleday and Company, 1961. 286p., first edition, dj. 25.00
David. An annotated bibliography of
S. A fairy tale; a novel.
Robin, ed. Girlfriend number one;
lesbian life in the 90s.
Samuel M. Murder is murder is murder.
Steward knew them, of course, and manages to convey and parody their respective verbal styles.
Stephen. Positive image; a portrait
Charles Warren. Cruising the
Contingent. Join the fight against the
right/Stonewall means fight back. March with the Stonewall Contingent,
Lytton. The really interesting question
an other papers, edited and with an introduction and commentaries by Paul Levy.
John' [pseud.] A boy's story.
Claude J. Gay fictions; Wilde to
Stonewall, studies in a male homosexual literary tradition.
764. Summers, Claude J., ed. The gay and lesbian literary heritage; a reader's companion to the writers and their works, from antiquity to the present. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1995. xiv, 786p., first printing, dj. 35.00
Kate. The queen of Whale Cay.
Alistair and Patrick Anderson, eds. Eros;
an anthology of male friendship.
copy of the first
John Addington. The memoirs of John
Addington Symonds; edited and introduced by Phyllis Grosskurth.
Mutsuo. A bunch of keys; selected
poems, translated by Hiroaki Sato, with an introduction by Robert Peters.
Rick. Deep load. No.
A white South African's sadistic domination of Black South African men.
Robert E. Journey through the tunnel;
one man's story of incest and survival.
Valerie [pseudonym of Velma Nacella Young]. Return to
Valerie. Journey to fulfillment.
Donn. The gay militants.
25 to 6 Baking & Trucking Society. Great
gay in the morning! One group's approach to communal living and sexual
Mark. Gay spirit: myth and meaning.
Mark, interviews and photographs. Gay
soul; finding the heart of gay spirit and nature with sixteen writers,
healers, teachers, and visionaries.
Stuart. The trouble with Harry Hay;
founder of the modern gay movement.
779. Tingley, Elizabeth and Donald F. Tingley. Women and feminism in American history; a guide to information sources. Detroit, Gale Research Company, 1981. xi, 289p. Fully annotated bibliography. (American government and history information guide series, vol. 12) 12.00
Joseph. As if after sex; a novel.
781. An unsigned copy of the first edition, dj. 17.00
Larry. Beware the god who smiles.
Larry. A binding passion; an
anthology of sm stories.
784. Another copy, fine 2007 second edition, pictorial wraps. 15.00
Larry. The case of the severed head.
Set during and after the Rodney King Verdict riots, a homophobic detective must depend on the men he despises to solve a series of gruesome crimes.
Larry. Construction worker.
Larry. Czar! A novel of Ivan the
A novel of Ivan the Terrible filled with Byzantine accounts of torture, punishments and plots.
Larry. Dream master; and other SM
790. Another copy. 243p., ads, very good 1992 first edition, first printing Trade PBO stated in original pictorial wraps. 20.00
Larry. The gay adventures of Captain
Hey Sailor! The captain and crew of the H.M.S. Faerigold! Yo ho ho and a bottle of AstroGlide! Originally published as 'The Gooser'. by Greenleaf Classics in 1969 [ Greenleaf 142 - Young's no 3818*, Norman # 4123].
Larry. Hounds of Hell; and other SM
Larry. Kiss of leather.
Larry. Leather ad: M.
Larry. The long leather cord.
Larry. Man sword.
King Henri III.
Larry. One for the master, two for the
fool; a Bruce MacLeod mystery.
Gunn page 226.
Larry. Run, little leather boy.
Larry. A slave's gambit; a novel.
Larry. Stalked; an anatomy of sexual
Larry. Time masters.
Gay SM SciFi.
Larry, cover by Jamé. A contagious evil;
the mind of a serial killer.
A novel of horror and suspense. Gunn page 225.
Larry, illustrations by Sean [pseud. of John Klamik aka Shawn]. Master of masters; a science fiction
Larry, special introduction by John Preston, Victor Terry, Jack Fritscher. Leatherman's handbook; Silver Jubilee
Edition Second Printing commemorating the 25th year.
Revised version of the original 1972 edition with new special introductions. In spite of Second Printing being part of the title, this is actually a seventh.
Russ, cover illustration by Gene Bilbrew. His
Michel. Making room; translated by
Joao S. Perverts in paradise;
translated by Martin Foreman.
Calvin. Remembering Denny.
809. Tripp, C. A. The homosexual matrix. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1975. ix, 314p., preface, miscellanea, reference notes, index, very good first edition in boards and worn dj. 20.00
810. Another copy, very good later printing, worn dj. 12.00
David. Cracks in the iron closet;
travels in gay & lesbian
Ruth. More than friends.
Parker. The will of eros; selected
Lars. The erotic minorities;
introduction by Yves de Saint-Agnäs, translated by Anselm Hollo.
Chapters on homosexuality, incest, pedophilia, scopophilia etc.
815. Another copy, second printing, dj. 12.00
Peter. Life's a drag! Danny La Rue
& the drag scene.
Keith. Quiet fire; memoirs of older
gay men, edited by Cassie Damewood.
Urvashi. Virtual equality; the
mainstreaming of gay and lesbian liberation.
819. Valenzuela, Luisa. Clara; thirteen short stories and a novel; translated by Hortense Carpentier and J. Jorge Castello. Nw York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976. 233p., first edition in English, dj. The Hispanic writer's first book in English contains a number of gay and lesbian scenes. 45.00
Gelder, Lindsy and Pamela Robin Brandt. The
girls next door; into the heart of lesbian
Gelder, Lindsy & Pamela Robin Brandt. Are
you two ... together? A gay and lesbian travel guide to
Thorkil. Phallós; a symbol and its
history in the male world, translated from the Danish by the author.
Ginny, ed. Our right to love; a
lesbian resource book. produced in cooperation with women of the National Gay
Gore. Kalki; a novel.
Giovanni. A sweet and sour romance;
(a twinkie's defense).
Hunce. Joy rock statue ship.
Hunce. Songs for the revolution.
Hunce. Sillycomb's; photo graphs:
john love, art work: bob berner.
Tom and Dick Schaap. Gay olympian;
the life and death of Dr. Tom Waddell.
Mitch. Men loving men; a gay sex
guide and consciousness book. Photos by David Greene, drawings by Bill Warrick.
Michael, and Mark Freeman. Defending Gay
rights: the campaign against the Briggs Initiative in
Patricia Nell. Harlan's race.
834. An unisgned copy of the first edition, dj. 20.00
John. Shock value.
David. No more into the garden; the
chronicles of Davey Bryant. Garden City, Doubleday & Company, 1978. 207p.,
very good first
Simon. Policing desire; pornography,
AIDS and the media.
840. Webb, Richard C., with Suzanne A. Webb. Jean Genet and his critics: an annotated bibliography, 1943-1980. Metuchen, The Scarecrow Press, 1982. xii, 600p. (Author bibliographies, #58) 18.00
Alison R. Found wanting; women,
Christianity and sexuality, foreword by Sara Maitland.
Donald. Corvo; saint or madman. New
York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1971. xxvii, 450p., first
Jeffrey. Invented moralities; sexual
values in an age of uncertainty.
Jeffrey. Sexuality and its discontents;
meanings, myths & modern sexualities.
Martin S. and Alan P. Bell, eds. Homosexuality;
an annotated bibliography.
Martin S. and Colin J. Williams. Male
homosexuals; their problems and adaptations.
Martin S., Colin J. Williams and Doublas W. Pryor. Dual attraction; understanding bisexuality.
Mike. Double play; the
Ralph W., editor. The same sex; an
appraisal of homosexuality.
D. J. Homosexuality. Chicago, Aldine
Publishing Company, 1968. 302p., first
copy of the first
Samuel. Straight sucker.
Edmund. The burning library;
writings on art, politics and sexuality, 1969-1993, edited by David Bergman.
856. An unsigned copy of the first edition, dj. 18.00
Edmund. The farewell symphony; a
Edmund. Genet; a biography, with a
chronology by Albert Dichy.
Edmund. Nocturnes for the King of
Mel. Stranger at the gate; to be gay
and christian in
George. Someone was here; profiles
in the AIDS epidemic.
John. Conjugal contraries & quart.
Mason, cover by Joe Janson. A stud for
Michael. Members of the tribe;
caricatures of gay men and lesbians.
866. Williams, N. David. We're glad you asked! 52 quizzes for the whole gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and heterosexual family, Mike Trowbridge, illustrator. [Lousiville], the author, 2002. iv, 206p., illustrations, very good in original wraps. 12.00
Walter L. The spirit and the flesh;
sexual diversity in American Indian culture.
Angus. A bit off the map and other
Angus. Hemlock and after; a novel.
Carter. Treasures on earth; a novel.
Doric. Two plays A perfect
relationship and The West Street gang, with an introduction by Felice Picano.
Ron. Leather lover.
Fran. Dyke jacket; poems and songs.
Fran. Looking at women; poems.
Rusty. Surfer sex; gay encounters
T. R. Kvetch; introducton by John Preston.
877. Another copy, first edition, lacking review materials, original wraps. 12.00
Larry. The boys and their baby.
Terry, ed., with Robert Drake. Indivisible;
new short fiction by gay and lesbian west coast writers.
Edward D., Jr. death of a transvestite;
also titled Hollywood Drag and Let Me Die in Drag. N. pl., Angora Press, n.d.
112p., wraps. Reissue of
Ian. Common-or-garden gods.
Ian, ed. On the line; new gay
Karl. Where eagles pair.
A different kind of drag. Dragsters on the dragstrip.
Seth. A choice of passions.
Val. The equality complex; lesbians
in therapy: a guide to anti-oppressive practice.
Marguerite. Memoirs of Hadrian;
translated from the French by Grace Frick in collaboration with the author.
Steven. Sailors and sexual identity;
crossing the line between "straight" and "gay" in the U.S.
R. D. Innuendo, a Todd mills
Fifth book of the series. Gunn page 233.
R. D. Outburst; a Todd Mills mystery.
Fourth Todd Mills mystery. Gunn page 233.