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Oakland, CA: Amazon Press, 1973. Magazine. 72p., 8.5x7 inches, two poems marked, Detroit gay Liberator review copy, marked for review and/or exchange on inner cover, otherwise a very good digest-size magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Contains an excerpt from Ruby Fruit Jungle, contributions from Jane Rule, Jeanne Gallick, Carson Byers.....
Boston: GCN, 1984. Newspaper. 16p. folded tabloid newspaper on newsprint, news, opinion, articles, events, ads, photos, services and resources. Jane Rule. West Hollywood elects three gay Councilors. Bay Area men reduce AIDS risk Boston's LGBTQ newspaper which started in 1973. More political than entertainment.
Vancouver: Canadian Fiction Magazine, 1976. Paperback. 144p., fiction, interview, illustrations, bibliography, loose contents page but intact, good literary journal in pictorial trade paperback wraps. Includes an excerpt from "The Young in One Another's Arms" "Outlander" "This Gathering" an interview with Rule, an essay on her fiction by her partner Sonthoff.....
New York: That New Magazine, 1979. Magazine. 80p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, lightly-worn glossy magazine in soiled, stapled pictorial wraps. Ortleb on Masters and Johnson. A new story, "In the Attic of the House" by Jane Rule. Interview with Bachardy.
Cleveland: World Publishing Co., 1965. Hardcover. 224p., very good first US edition in boards and unclipped dj. The lesbian author's first novel. Grier A***. First published by Macmillan in Canada then Secker & Warburg in London. This US edition was published a year later. Source of the film.
Toronto: The Macmillan Company of Canada, 1964. Hardcover. 255p., personal inscription to Moonyean signed and dated 1982 by Rule with a gift card also inscribed and signed by Rule, near fine first Canadian edition in boards and unclipped dj. Grier A***. The Canadian edition was the true first. The lesbian.....
Cleveland: World Publishing Co., 1965. Hardcover. 224p., personal inscription on half-title in Rule's hand followed by her signature on the title page, some light offsetting to endpapers otherwise a very good first US edition in boards and edgeworn, unclipped dj. The lesbian author's first novel. Grier A***. First published by.....