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Chicago: Chicago Gay Alliance, 1972. 24p., 7x8.5 inches, articles, local ads, events, printed folded sheets to make booklets in pictorial wraps. President's Rap, Gay Pride Week, Church to get Gay Minister, McGovern Backs Gays, Gays to Storm Miami Beach Conventions, Stephen illustrated ad (Dom Orejudos aka Etienne).
New York: Softcover Library, 194. Paperback. 154p. + backlist, very good PBO reprint in original GGA pictorial wraps. Lesbian pulp fiction. Signal Beam B795X. Lesbians for straight guys. A Story Of Bisexual Relationships In The Cosmopolitan Dress Salons-where Old Sins Are Restyled To Please The Wealthy!
New York: Universal Pub. 1962. Paperback. 154p. + backlist, very good first printing PBO in original GGA pictorial wraps. Lesbian pulp fiction. Beacon Book B492F. Lesbians for straight guys. A Story Of Bisexual Relationships In The Cosmopolitan Dress Salons-where Old Sins Are Restyled To Please The Wealthy!
Paris: Solidaridad Obrera, 1961. Paperback. 209p., wraps, 5.5x7.5 inches, frontispiece portrait of Alaiz, wraps lightly worn, pages evenly toned else very good condition. Text in Spanish. Fiction by the Spanish anarchist writer and journalist. Originally written in 1924, while Alaiz was in prison. Cover artist Archer was also jailed in.....
New York: Fawcett Gold Medal, 1958. Paperback. 143p.,good later printing, paperback in lightly-worn pictorial wraps. Earliest Grier listing for Aldrich. Grier A* Gold Medal Book s774. "Of the love that dwells in the twilight - the love that can never be told." Sequel to "We Too Must Love."
Berkeley: Shameless Hussy Press, n.d. [28p] 5.5x8.5 inches, ownership signature of Moonyean Grosch, very good first edition chapbook in stapled yellow wraps. Grier B*. Alta founded the Shameless Hussy Press in 1969. Moonyean Grosch was a feminist bookshop owner of Womansplace in Phoenix.
Studio City: Sandy Thomas Pub. 1990. Magazine. 91p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrations, very good first edition booklet in camp stapled pink pictorial wraps. Sandy Thomas's reissue of the Transvestia Magazine series from the 1980s. BJ [Barbara Jean] illustrations that look like paper-doll illustrations. Thanks to Bill Nutting for the info!...
Bedford, MA: Potes & Poets Press, 2001. Paperback. 175p., very good first edition trade paperback original in bright orange decorative wraps. Latino poet from Minnesota who was concieved in Mexico; active for years in Berkeley. Beat influenced. Twin brother of José Argüelles and father of Alexander Argüelles.
Chicago: Empty Closet Ent. 1992. Magazine. 76p., 8.5x11 inches, directory of addresses and numbers for various women in the arts broken down by musicians, songwriters, theatre artists, producers, distributors etc., photos, illustrations, very good booklet in stapled blue pictorial wraps. Includes the unknown and the famous, like Elizabeth Taylor.
San Francisco: Artfull Circle Theatre, . 11x17 inch handbill/program folded to 8.5x11 inches, illustration of Mae West, W.C. Fields etc. by M. Grove, cast and crew bios, song titles, history of the theatre, upcoming season, two fold creases and some wear. The cast list includes Ann Drogynous as Mae West.....
Tallahassee: Naiad Press, Inc., 1986. Paperback. 208p., lightly-worn first Naiad Press Trade paperback edition in camp pictorial wraps. Reprint of the 1962 Fawcett Gold Medal edition and the Volute paperback. Grier A**. Naiad published a mass-market reprint with similar design in 1983.