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New York: William Morrow and Company, 1991. Hardcover. 303p., very good first edition in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped dj. On Mary Shelley's two friends, David Lyndsay and Walter Sholto Douglas - who appear to have been the same person, and a woman. This is not the "Voyage to Arcturus" Lindsay.....
Aguascalientes: Instituto Cultural, 1994. Paperback. 107p., text in Spanish, playscripts, one of 1,000 copies of this edition, very good trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Foster, in Latin American Writers, discusses these short plays in particular as examples of the exploration of genderbending themes (p. 61).
Boston: Fag Rag, 1972. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, art, news, reviews, services, ads, mild toning and edgewear otherwise very good on newsprint. Early issue of one of the most radical of the gay publications of the period. Article on drag performer Tangerine, FBI Hoover goes underground.
Lodi, CA: San Joaquin Historical Society, 1987. Magazine. 16p., includes covers, 7x10 inches, illustrations, very good newsletter in stapled yellow wraps. This issue is comprised fully of the offprint of Sullivan's essay on crossdresser Babe Bean, a young woman who lived for a time on an ark (houseboat) in Stockton.....
New York: Yellow House Press, 2001. Paperback. 399p., very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. "[A] historical comedy about New York drag-queen Clinton Friendly's 1857 attempt to sell away his transvestism to the devil in exchange for a fabulous Georgian cotton plantation..." - rear wrap.