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This is a brochure for the glad day book shop
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The present catalogue highlights new and forthcoming titles. In addition, we
have selected a representative sampling of other titles which are important or
especially popular. The catalogue listings account for much less than half of
our inventory; we invite you to write for complete listings for the following
sections: men's poetry, women's poetry, men's fiction, women's fiction, young
adult fiction, religion, boy-love, essays & criticism, women's non-fiction (and
biography), men biography, coming out (self and others), history, psychology/
sociology, medical/legal, foreign language.
Please pay with certified checks or money orders only.
Add 75s for the first hard-cover, 50s for additional hard-covers. Add 501 for the first
paperback, 25; for each additional paperback.
Glad Day's antiquarian service is interested in buying libraries or collections. Please
contact us if you have books or periodicals you don't want to keep.
Our policy is to stock all titles with significant positive gay male and lesbian content. If
you are looking for a gay book, ask us we know about it, and will get you a copy if it's
available.
* Indicates hardcover book. SUMM ER 1979


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NON-FICTION

PORTRAIT OF A SEDUCTRESS: The World of
Natalie Barney. By Jean Chalon. First authorized
biography since Barney died in 1972 at the age of 96.
Her close friend offers a wealth of information about the
astonishing & beautiful American lesbian who devoted
her life to art and pleasure .. .......... 10.00
WE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT OUR LIVES. By
Barbara Deming. Highly-praised collection of writings
(poems and prose) from this important lesbian feminist;
includes excellent discussion of women's literature.
Deming's lesbianism is at the root of her social acti-
vism ..... ..... ..................... 8.95
GYN/ECOLOGY: The Metaethlcs of Radical
Feminism. By Mary Daly. Author of Beyond God the
Father leads her readers beyond the patriarchy and its
tortures to "the ecstatic process of women's own
unfolding/becoming" ... ...... ... 14.95
WHERE I LIVE. By Tennessee Williams. This selec-
tion of essays presents the chatty playwright at his best,
eloquent and lyrical, on the theatre, friends, enemies,
life ... ............................. 4.95
THE NOTEBOOKS THAT EMMA GAVE ME. By
Kay Van Deurs. Life of a now-rural lesbian activist, in
form of journal entries, letters, memories.
Photos .......................... ... 5.00
POSITIVELY GAY. Ed. By Betty Berzon & Robert
Leighton. "Creative new options for achieving a
positive gay image and a satisfying gay lifestyle" -
articles dealing with coupling, parenting, aging,
religion, practicalities ........ ........... 4.95
ON LIES, SECRETS & SILENCE: Selected
Prose. By Adrienne Rich. Brilliant poet and lesbian-
feminist, author of Of Woman Bom, collects and
comments upon her most important prose pieces.
Highly Recommended. *13.95
REINVENTING WOMANHOOD. By Carolyn
Heilbrun. A literary and cultural analysis of the
directions and potential of feminism, of womanhood.
... ........ ... ... ........... 1 1 .9 5
NOW THAT YOU KNOW. By Betty Fairchild and
Nancy Hayward. Leaders of the Parents of Gays
organization advise parents on how to act responsibly
towards their gay children ......... ... 8.95
GAY MEN: The Sociology of Male Homosexual-
Ity. Ed. by Martin Levine. Variety of essays, some
never previously published, present a "Lucid and
accurate appraisal of the male homosexual subculture"
.. ............................ 14 .9 5
THE SPADA REPORT. By James Spada. The results
of a survey. Gay men talk about their sex lives .. 2.50
A GAY DIARY: 1933-1946. By Donald Vining.
Growing up gay in the '30s and '40s, a young writer dis-
covers New York, Hollywood, romance ...... 9.95
HOMOSEXUALITY IN PERSPECTIVE. By Masters
and Johnson. The perspective is clinical, but the book is
very gay-positive, despite what you hear about "con-
versions." Chapter 5, for example, reminds us that gays
make better lovers than straights, and tells us why.
...... ....... ......... .. .... ... 17.50
WILD MAN. By Tobias Schneebaum. "I have always
lusted after the wild man of Borneo, & my earliest
memories reach back to him," American artist &
.iti ...p.:.l :.(.i r'.:-"mints his exploits among indigenous
h.a-,, i ,..-, o ,, ,- With drawings ... .... 12.95
Al ..i ilal-,le ,. -ctum's earlier work KEEP THE
RIVER ON THE RIGHT ............. 3.45
A FAMILY MATTER: A Parents' Guide to Homo-
sexuality. By Dr. Charles Silverstein. Gay psycholo-
gist's case-study approach to counseling families of
gays. ........ ..... ....... .... 3 .9 5
KINGS DON'T MEAN A THING: The John Knight
Murder Case. By Arthur Bell. Compelling story of a
young gay millionaire's secret life in Philadelphia's gay
ghetto. What really happened ... .. ........ *8.95
WITH DOWNCAST GAYS: Aspects of Homo-
sexual Self-Oppression. By Andrew Hodges &
David Hutter. Clear, concise discussion of the ways in
which gays adopt heterosexist societal attitudes, thereby
perpetuating their own oppression. Every gay person
should read this book .................. .1.50


HOMOSEXUALITIES & FRENCH LITERATURE:
Cultural Contexts/Critical Texts. Ed. by G. Stam-
bolian & Elaine Marks, preface by Richard Howard.
The first collection in English ............. 18.50
THE SECRET LIFE OF TYRONE POWER. By
Hector Arce. The swashbuckling film hero was a com-
plicated man, exemplified in part by his several mar-
riages & his clandestine gay affairs. Photos. .. *9.95
GET OFF MY SHIP: Ensign Berg vs. The U.S.
Navy. By E.C. Gibson. The true story of a young
officer's coming out in the U.S. Navy, and his refusal to
leave quietly ......... ......... 4.95
THE HISTORY OF SEXUALITY: Volume 1. By
Michel Foucault. Serious students of social history will
be waiting for this introductory volume of his compre-
hensive (6 volume) study. Dissects the sexualizationn"
of Victorian society. Translated from the French by
Robert Hurley .......... ....... 8.95
LOVING SOMEONE GAY. By Don Clark, Ph.D.
Perceptive guide by a gay therapist. "Can open the
door to communication & understanding." 2.25
GAYS & FILM. Edited by Richard Dyer. Critical
analysis of lesbian & rinal: ,:'hats i-. r.. .1 i .. '..
cinem a .. ..... ... ................ 3.50
GAY AMERICAN HISTORY. By Jonathan Katz.
Huge collection of documents (with commentary),
retrieved history of gay people in North America.
. .. . . . .. .. .. .. 3 .9 5
IS THE HOMOSEXUAL MY NEIGHBOR? By
Scan-.-., M. 1.-lie .-c rn T.. r, ,;.: l a.jl-..i- sug-
gest anr ,:-. ,:a :r )r, jar.l i ., h..:.'*r. -. -u .. (1 C .. and
challenge other Christians to confront their prejudices.
.. ......... .. 6.95
THE SEXUAL OUTLAW. By John Rechy. The sex-
hunt in L.A., intercut with the author's theories on gay
life & liberation. Highly recommended ....... 2.25
TOWARDS A THEOLOGY OF GAY LIBERA-
TION. By Malcolm Macourt. Excellent collection of
essays confronting the church's response to gay people.
VARANT6.75
SEX VARIANT WOMEN IN LITERATURE. By
Jeanette Foster. The classic "Bible of Lesbian Litera-
ture" spans the history of literature, including French,
German, and English language titles, with bibliog-
raphies ......... ............ 8.00
PLACE D'ARMES. By Scott Symons. A series of
encounters with Montreal hustlers change the narrator's
life ... .. ...... ... ..... ... ... .... 6 .9 5
LESBIAN LIVES: Biographies of Women from
the Ladder. Biographies of over 60 women including
86 rare photographs .................... 5.75
MEN LOVING MEN: A Gay Sex Guide and Con-
sciousness Book. By Mitch Walker. Photo-essay by
David Greene. Intelligent & straight-forward sex coun-
selling information, beautiful photographs. ... 8.95
GREEK HOMOSEXUALITY. By Kenneth Dover.
Long-awaited study of homosexuality in classical
Greece, by the famous classics scholar. Likely to be the
definitive work. 55 pages of illustrations *22.50
HOMOSEXUALITIES: A Study of Diversity
Among Men & Women. BY Alan Bell, Ph.D. &
M artin S. .v r ,,i--'. P p' Ti-,.: I.--,o ,, i-,i .,,,1
from the Kinsey In .iiu. 11 .-'" 1 i,. ..r. i. b .:
for much discussion. .... ... 12.95
PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE CLASSIC MALE
NUDE. By Baron Wilhelm von Gloeden. Beautiful
photographs of Sicilian boys taken in the early decades
of this century. Excellent quality sepia-tone reproduc-
tions on heavy coated stock. ........ .._ *22.50
WILHELM VON GLOEDEN, PHOTOGRAPHER.
By Charles Leslie. Paperback collection of von
Gloeden's work, completely different collection from
above, included biography. .............. 10.00
ADVOCATE GUIDE TO GAY HEALTH. By R.D.
Fenwick. Complete information for men & women on
sexually transmitted diseases, hazards of -r L ,.,- :,-, I
alcoholism, sexual dysfunction, aging ;,.1 Hi. 1 Th.
best health guide available ....... 10.95
HOMOSEXUAL DESIRE. By Guy Hocquenghem,
A remarkable theoretical syntheseis of the neo-Freudian
theories of Lacan & gay liberation ideas. An important
contribution to gay political analysis ......... 5.95


WOMEN PREFER WOMEN: A Sexual Memoir.
By Elula Perrin. From a convent childhood in
IndoChina to the gay life of the Riveria, the owner of a
famous lesbian nightclub tells the story of her life.
. . ........ ........... 8 .9 5
IN PURSUIT OF IMAGES. Efren Convento
Ramirez. Excellent, articulate photographs from San
Francisco, most specifically gay. ........ 7.50
JONATHAN LOVED DAVID. By Tom Horner. The
first serious study of homosexuality in Biblical times,
used the Bible & apocryphal materials. Important book
for gay Christians .................... 5.95
THE NUDE MALE: A New Perspective. By
Margaret Walters. Controversial study of the over-
looked nude male figure in western art. Illustrated.
..*.. 12.95
THE JOY OF GAY SEX. By Dr. Charles Silverstein &
Edmund White.
THE JOY OF LESBIAN SEX. Dr. Emily Sisley &
Bertha Harris. These two bestselling guides to contem-
porary lesbian & gay male sex & society are now in
paperback, same size as hard-cover t0ith all original
drawings & colour illustrations .. 7.95 each
GETTING SEX A NEW APPROACH: More
Fun, Less Guilt. By John Alan Lee. Explores the gay
male "sex delivery system" of every large North
American city. A best-seller! ...... .. ..... 8.95
COMING OUT. By Jeffrey Weeks. The history of
homosexual liberation, theory. & practice in England
from the 19th century to the present. A remarkable
piece of history & an important book for contemporary
gay liberationists ..... ........ ....... 7.95
SITA. By Kate Millett. Powerful & explicit
autobiography of a passionate lesbian relationship, by
lesbian feminist, artist and writer ........ .... 2.25
THE WORLD, THE FLESH, AND MYSELF. By
Michael Davidson. Best-selling autobiography of a boy-
lover, by the well-known British journalist ...... 6.50
GAME TEXTS: A Guatemalan Journal. By Erskine
Lane. This highly praised book explores the culture &
the boys of the Central American country. ..... 4.95
GAY SUNSHINE INTERVIEWS. Ed. by Winston
Leyland. Volume I of the collected interviews from the
San Francisco based journal. Includes articulate & intel-
ligent thinking from the greats of contemporary liter-
ature: Vidal, Isherwood, Genet, Rechy, Tennessee
Williams & others. ............. 7.95
RELAX! THIS BOOK IS ONLY A PHASE YOU'RE
GOING THROUGH. By Ortleb & Fiala. More funny
& true cartoons from Christopher Street ....... 4.95
Also available, the first collection: GOD BLESS
UNCLE HARRY & HIS ROOMMATE JACK. 2.95

FICTION
THE CATCH TRAP. By Marian Zimmer Bradley.
Long saga of a circus family centered around a young
gay trapeze artist and the boy who becomes his lover
and partner. In the romantic tradition of The Front
Runner ........................... 10.95
NIGHTS IN THE UNDERGROUND. By Marie-
Claire Blais. The first lesbian novel by the brilliant
contemporary Quebecoise writer. A romantic story set
in Montreal and Paris, about "the healing power of
love .............. ... ... 8 .9 5
THE MAN EVERYBODY WAS AFRAID OF. By
Joseph Hansen. The fourth detective novel about gay
insurance investigator Dave Brandstetter. Someone
killed the chief of police, and if it wasn't the local gay
activist, whodunnit? ............ 7.95
FAGGOTS. By Larry Kramer. Controversial story of
four days in the life of Fred Lemish, as he tries to find a
lover before he turns forty. No part of the New York gay
sex scene is left out. July .... ............ 2.75
CHROME. By George Nader. Charming novel of
space-age lovers: Chrome is the chatty young space
cadet sent to heat the arm of Vortex, "warrior king from
a far prouder planet." Their love affair causes ,i i.
confusion. .............. ..... 8 95
A REASON TO KILL. By Eve Zaremba. A detective
novel starring Helen Keremos, a tough-talking
Canadian dyke-detective ........... 1.95


TAKING CARE OF MRS. CARROLL. By Paul
Monette. One of the best gay novels in years, two ex-
lovers meet again over a zany plot with a Dietrich-style
lesbian; an intelligent and funny first novel. .. *8.95
NO MORE INTO THE GARDEN. By David
Watmough. A modern-day odyssey of a young gay
man's search for happiness, in London, Cornwall and
Canada ................. .......... 7.95
Watmough's popular earlier book, ASHES FOR
EASTER is also available. ........... 4.95
RON. By Carl Titkin. Unusual novel with a fine sense
of the ironies of the closet, features two brothers, both
gay, only one of whom comes out. Intelligent and
humourous look at growing up gay in heart of the
upwardly-mobile middle-class. ........... *9.95
NOCTURNES FOR THE KING OF NAPLES. By
Edmund White. Lyrical, romantic tale of passion and
grief, as a young man remembers his turbulent love af-
fair with a world-famous writer. Has received wonderful
reviews in both gay and straight press ....... *7.95
DANCER FROM THE DANCE. By Andrew
Holleran. Declared by many critics to be "the gay novel
of the year." Fabulous story of a young gay man's ob-
sessive search for love in and around New York City.
........... ..... .. .... ...... 9 .9 5
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. By Marge Piercy A
triangle of sorts, between a young lesbian graduate
student, an imaginative high school girl & a young gay
man at loose ends ...... .. 2.25
Also: SMALL CHANGES ............. 2.25
and WOMAN ON THE EDGE OF TIME 2.25
HAAKON. By C.F. Griffin. Set in the late '40s, a
complex, well-written novel about a professor & his two
lovers, the campy photographer he's known for years &
the young working-class man he befriends in the army.
Y'........... ...... .... 2.50
THE YOUNG IN ONE ANOTHER'S ARMS. By
Jane Rule. Many people, many sexualities, on one of
the Gulf Islands off the B.C. coast. ......... 2.25
Also available: DESERT OF THE HEART 2.95
THEMES FOR DIVERSE INSTRUMENTS 4.95
ALL TRUE LOVERS. By Sarah Aldridge. Intense
romantic story of two teenage women growing up
during the Depression ..... .. ...... 6.75
THE GOLD DIGGERS. By Paul Monette, An
exploration of fantasy and relationships in the guise of a
Hollywood novel. Hidden treasure and a beautiful
hustler with a past figure prominently in this stylish,
optimistic book................... .. 4.95
SOME SHORT STORIES ABOUT NASTY
PEOPLE I DON'T LIKE. By Mitzel. Boston writer's
collection of witty, touching, and twisted tales about
mostly-familiar personalities. Prefaced by Voltaire:
"Ridicule overcomes everything." .......... 3.00
DANCER FROM THE DANCE. By Andrew
Holleran. Declared by many critics to be "the gay novel
of the year". Fabulous story of a young gay man's ob-
sessive search for love in and around New York City.
...... .... ..................... .*8.95
THE BEAUTY QUEEN. By Patricia Nell Warren, By
the bestselling author of THE FRONT RUNNER
(2.25) and THE FANCY DANCER (2.25): the story
of two gay police officers (one a lesbian), their lovers &
their confrontation with an Anita Bryant-like funda-
mentalist politician. July . ...... .. 2.50
TALES OF THE CITY. By Armistead Maupin. the city
being San Francisco, where '... i-. l'r .- r. .1I:
live like gays. Comedy with a ,"ii, .',,' 5 95
JACKARANDY. By Leo Madigan. Fine. literate novel
about a gay sailor's love afflt r 3. -. .. i. ..J-.J iirner
on shore. Special hardco ,.r ".. 4 95
SOME DO. By Jane DeLynn. Humorous lesbian
novel that "relates to the world outside the dyke sen-
sibility but does so with a dyke sensibility." ..... 4.95
SPLENDORA. By Edward Swift. A small town in
Texas gets a new librarian. Miss Jessie Gatewood, ex-
cept that underneath her stylish clothes she's the same
Timothy Coldridge who left town 15 years earlier. A
very funny and sharp-tongued southern novel.
*8.95





BERRIGAN. By Ginger Lox. With the help of 3 lovers
& two friend, Berrigan (a middle-class Molly Bolt)
develops a personal definition of feminism & learns
some facets of women-loving .. .......... ... 5.50
LESBIAN'S HOME JOURNAL: Stories from the
Ladder. Ed. by Grier & Reid. 20 short stories, authors
include Jane Rule. Isabel Miller & Lynn Lonidier 5.75
MY SISTER'S HAND IN MINE. By Jane Bowles.
The collected works of an important avant-garde writer.
.... .. ... .. ... 6 .9 5
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. By Marge Piercy. A
triangle of sorts, between a young lesbian graduate
student, an imaginative high school girl, & a young gay
man at loose end. .................... 2.25
Also: SMALL CHANGES ............ (2.25)
and WOMAN ON THE EDGE OF TIME 2.25
A REASON TO KILL. By Eve Zaremba. A detective
novel starring Helen Keremos, a tough-talking
Canadian dyke-detective ...............
WATCHTOWER and THE DANCERS OF ARUN.
By Elizabeth Lynn. The first two books in the fantasy
trilogy that relates the Chronicles of Tornor by the
critically acclaimed lesbian science-fiction writer.
..... ........ .. 8.95 each
HERLAND. By Charlotte Perkins Gilman. A lost fem-
inist utopian novel, Three American male explorers
stumble into an all-female society, written in 1915.
.. .. .... .. . 2 .9 5
NOW THE VOLCANO: An Anthology of Latin
American Gay Literature. Translated by Erskine
Lane. edited by Winston Leyland. Includes short
fiction, memoirs, poems & graphics by contemporary
artists & writers ........................ 6.95
RUBY. By Rosa Guy. Well-received novel about an
adolescent black lesbian in New York City, and her first
love affair ...... ........ . ... 1.7 5
AMONG THE CARNIVORES. By Daniel Curzon.
An openly gay professor struggles to survive routine
and persistent homophobia ... ....... *9.95
Also available: REVOLT OF THE PERVERTS 4.50
SOMETHING YOU DO IN THE DARK .. 6.95
A RECKONING. By May Sarton. A dying woman
seeks to sort out "the real connections" of her life, her
relationships with s.'-.-._. A .J.-. p ,llu.T.,n:hi,-'- r, i1
.................. *9.95
May Sarton has been writing remarkable fiction, poetry
& journals for many years; other titles include:
MRS. STEVEN'S HEARS THE MERMAIDS
SINGING. An exquisite novel of an elderly woman
poet. remembering past lovers, male & female, looking
to the future in her co.ii.-'lir. of a young gay male
writer ..................... ....... 2.45
THE SMALL ROOM. A novel about a small women's
college .................. .. 2.95
JOURNAL OF A SOLITUDE. A year away from the
world ............. ... .. ....... 2.95
I KNEW A PHOENIX. Sketches for an autobiog-
raphy . .. ... ... ......... 2.95
AS WE ARE NOW. A portrait of an old woman's
loneliness, helplessness & despair living in a nursing
home................ .......... *9.95
THE FUR PERSON. A classic in the literature of the
cat, illustrated by David Canright .......... *8.95
SELECTED POEMS OF MAY SARTON. ... 3.95
A SINGLE MAN. By Christopher Isherwood. The life
& thoughts of George, ".-'i. ... ., T.. death of his lover
Jim. Perhaps his best work, ironically wise, witty a
joy to read ............. .... .... 1.95
Almost all of Isherwood's work is available again in
paperback editions:
ALL THE CONSPIRATORS. His first novel, family
battles in the '20s. ............... . ...3.95
THE BERLIN STORIES. The source for the film
Cabaret ....... ....... ... .. .. ... 3.75
PRATER VIOLET. Early novel of the British filmi
industry & an emigre director. .. ...... .... 1.95
THE MEMORIAL. Family politics, Berlin in the '20s,
romance ...... ....... ...... 2.25
THE WORLD IN THE EVENING. Stephen Monk's
several passions- ...... .... ....... 2.50
DOWN THERE ON A VISIT. Gay life in Berlin,
California & Greece .................... 2.50


LIONS AND SHADOWS. Early days in a literary life;
autobiography ......... .... ..... 3.75
A MEETING BY THE RIVER. Dramatic clash
between gay & straight brother .... ...... 1.95
CHRISTOPER AND HIS KIND. Revisionist auto
biography; what really happened ...... .. 2.75
SIX OF ONE. By Rita Mae Brown. The story of the
love-hate relationship between two sisters, comic and
moving, spans three generations ending in 1980.
. .. ... ... .... ... ... ... .. 9 .9 5
Also available: RUBYFRUIT JUNGLE. The bestsell-
ing lesbian novel about the adventures of Molly Bolt.
. .. . .. . . . . 2 .2 5
IN HER DAY. A novel ....... . ... 4.50
PLAIN BROWN RAPPER. A collection of her
essays. .. ...... 5.00
THE PRAISE SINGER. By Mary Renault. The latest
novelfromr -..- ill h..... I,- -.. .r..-i .,i' r. -j-
oriented till.-. ir : :i I ,, r, -. 1 .ir r j ,-" '
Greek poet of the 5th century B.C., a period familiar to
readers of Renault's earlier books ... .*8.95
Also available:
THE CHARIOTEER. Love triangle between three
Englishmen during World War II. ...... ... 3.25
THE LAST OF THE WINE. Lovers grow to maturity
through long wars between Athens & Sparta. 3.95
FIRE FROM HEAVEN. First half of her fictional
biography of Alexander the Great, detailing family
quarrels & his relationship with Hephaiston 3.95
THE PERSIAN BOY. Alexander' ....
through the eyes of his Persian love' P ,-.. 2 50
THE NATURE OF ALEXANDER. Lavish pictorial
biography of Alexander the Great .... ..... 7.95
THE LITTLE GIRLS. By Elizabeth Bowen. Middle-
aged woman hunts up two childhood friends. Her most
explicitly lesbian novel, a subtle and i.-i, 'hr. ,' ,-..i,', ..
1 95
SWEET TOOTH. By Yves Navarre. Strong novel
about New York, necrophilia, a young man's long and
complex relationship with an older (now dying) wealthy
man Highly recommended, not for the squeamish.
*8.95
THE WANDERGROUND. Sally Miller Gearhart.
Visionary tales of the hill women, "who combine
Ir .I .1 r,,,,,j ,.j rr. n i, .. .,, ., I ,. ., .. ? to
,-,,. ,l, ,,. t i, .r,l i -.. ,.:.., 5 0 0
THE MARTINI-HENRY MODIFICATION. By
Barry Hughes. Story of a brilliant boy-artist, "searching
for this own ethic through his paintings and through
arbitrary violence," and the man (his teacher) who falls
in love with him ..... ... ..... *8.95
ships, most with women, through high school, college
and after, lead Harriet Springer to embrace her lesbian-
ism. An often funny, well-written novel .... *8.95
THE SIGHTING. By John Wynne. A fabulous short
story, about young boys discovering (happily) their gay
sexuality, Bela Lugosi, UFOs, American life. A hand-
some chap-book edition. ...... .... 2.00
KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN. By Manuel Puig.
A Marxist revolutionary and a femme-identified gay
man share a prison cell. Highly recommended con-
temporary fiction ....... .. ......... 8.95
DAVID AT OLIVET. By Wallace Hamilton. Author of
Coming Out tells the story of David's love for Jonathan,
son of Saul; bold recreation of Old Testament tales.
4.95
A QUEER KIND OF DEATH. By George Baxt. First
published in 1966, this well-structure novel follows the
fortunes of gay black detective Pharoah Love.,. 4.95
SPECIAL TEACHERS/SPECIAL BOYS. By Pete
Fisher and Marc Rubin. A teacher in a school for delin-
quent New York youth comes out on television what
happens? ................... ....... 4.95
PROJECT LAMBDA. By Paul O'M. Welles. Night-
mare scenario for an anti-gay holocaust, set in America
not long from now ..... ......... *9.95
A PERFECT RELATIONSHIP and THE WEST
STREET GANG. By Doric Wilson. "Both plays pre-
sent real gay men facing specifically gay-related
problems for whose solutions they have no moral or
cultural referents as guides." Felice Picano from the
intro .. ... ..... ...... ......... .... 5 .9 5


GAY PLAYS. Ed. by William Hoffman. Eight ground-
breaking plays, including Robert Patrck's T-Shirts, and
the off-Broadway musical hit, Boy Meets Boy. Intro-
duction, notes, biblioqraphv ...... ..... ... 3.50
CHEEP THEATRICKS: Plays, Monologues &
Sketches. By Robert Patrick. A baker's dozen from
"America's funniest playwright" including "I Came to
New York to Write" and "The Haunted Host." Photo-
graphs 4.95 (signed copies available)
POETRY
DREAM OF A COMMON LANGUAGE. By
Adrienne Rich. This critically acclaimed volume con-
tains some of Rich's most powerful love poems to date.
. . . . . .. . . 2 .9 5
ORGASMS OF LIGHT. Ed. by Winston Leyland.
Contains the best poetry, short fiction, and art work
which appeared in Gay Sunshine Journal during the
past 7 years. ......... .. 5.95
Also available: ANGELS OF THE LYRE. The first
Gay Sunshine poetry anthology ........ .. 4.95
THE BLACK UNICORN. By Audre Lorde. A new
c. ii....... i I- black lesbian feminist. 3.95
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