Long before the rise of the modern gay movement, an unnoticed literary revolution was occurring, mostly between the covers of the cheaply produced pulp paperbacks of the post-World War II era. Cultural critic Michael Bronski collects a sampling of these now little-known gay erotic writings—some by writers long forgotten, some never known and a few now famous. Through them, Bronski challenges many long-held views of American postwar fiction and the rise of gay literature, as well as of the culture at large.
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Published December 10, 2013
by St. Martin's Griffin.
Political & Social Sciences, Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy.