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Stamford: Knights Press, 1988. Paperback. 211p., very good first edition trade paperback in black wraps. "Navajo" memoirist Nasdijj was outed as being Tim Barrus -- a middle-class white guy from Lansing, Michigan, who was also a writer of gay pornography. Barrus not only manufactured his native identity, but he rose...
Milwaukee: The Bruce Publishing Company, 1938. 343p., first edition, previous owner's bookplate on front blank end paper, dj with minor chipping on the edges and a half-inch sticker scar on the front panel. "This is the story of Tandra--young, beautiful, brilliant Tandra, expelled from Northern University for too actively participating...
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1935. 555p., first US edition, dj flaps glued to pastedowns, previous owner's stamp, phone # written in ink on f.e.p., slight edgewear and discoloration to boards. Bates lived and worked in Spain for the decade that preceded the Republic's founding. His novel sums up his...
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1935. 555p., first US edition orange cloth boards, edgeworn with bits of fraying, spine panel slightly faded, a sound copy nonetheless. Bates lived and worked in Spain for the decade that preceded the Republic's founding. His novel sums up his Iberian experiences as well as...
New York: HarperCollins, 1994. Hardcover. xi, 273p., very good first edition in quarter-cloth boards unclipped dj. 16 original short stories on growing up gay and lesbian, with contributions by Lesléa Newman and Jane Yolen, among others. The hardcover first is signed on the title page by the editor.
New York: International Polygonics, 1988. Hardcover. 224p., very good first edition in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped dj. Humorous murder-mystery in which various people die horrible deaths befitting their professions. A baritone loses his 'voice' a choreographer loses his legs etc.