Catalogue of Early Gay & Lesbian Pulp Fiction

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    1.Albert, Lon. Hours. New York & London: Award Books | Tandem Books, 1969. pp. 186, three pages of advertisements featuring other titles for order from the publishers. Light creasing to spine, minor rubbing to covers, contents clean and unmarked; very good+. Paperback.

“A powerful, stunningly revealing novel of homosexual love.” (#050692)                          $35.00

  1. Andres, Teryl. Flight Sixty-Nine. Wilmington, Delaware: Taurus Publications Inc., 1970. Taurus 66-233. pp. 236. Small 8vo. Light rubbing to covers, slight crease to spine, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback.

“A novel of the loves, exploits and perilous adventure of a gay airline pilot…” (#050625)  $25.00

 

  1. Anthony, George. Homos Don’t Cry. North Hollywood, California: Brandon House, 1968. pp. 190, several pages of advertisements offering other titles for sale. Light rubbing to covers, bookseller’s stamp to title page otherwise contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback.

“Driven by guilt he didn’t understand, and a cruelty he couldn’t control, Michael was gradually making a shambles of his emotional life. He’d expected his wife, bedded every woman he cared to have, and he was bored. The only new kick left to him was – Charles!” (#050623)                   $45.00

  1. Burgess, Preston. Confessions of a Married Man. New York: Lancer Books, 1968. Lancer 75-032. pp. 189. Small 8vo. Light creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good. Paperback.

“The frank revelations, taken from an analyst’s files, of a bisexual husband.” (#050690)   $12.00

  1. Carmichael, K.C. The Snake and The Womb. North Hollywood, California: Brandon House Books, 1968. pp. 158. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Light rubbing to covers, slight crease to spine, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback.

“When Cliff realized that to get into the movies he would have to perform a homosexual act, he was repelled at the idea but determined to reach his goal. What he would never dreamed was that he would come to love being a member of “The Homo Clan” and throw himself into it with such fervor.” (#050627)                                                                                                                 $25.00

  1. Cassiday, Bruce. Happening at San Reno [Freakouts; LSD; Sit-ins; Riots; Sex; Freedoms]. New York: Pyramid Books, 1967. First printing. pp. 253. Small 8vo. Light rubbing to covers, slight crease to spine, ink stamp to title page else contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback.

“A darling novel of today’s Young Underground – its sexual and mental excesses – its search for sensation and conflict.” (#050262)                                                                                            $20.00

  1. Collier, Max. The Mark of Man [Each staked her claim…Each took her turn…Each left her mark.] New York: Midwood-Tower Publications, 1963. First American edition. pp. 188, two pages of advertisements and catalogues of other titles. 8vo. Card covers. Light creasing, rubbing to spine and covers, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback.

Midwood F263. (#050597)                                                                                                     $10.00

  1. Conroy, Jim. Voyeur. New York: Tower Publications, 1967. Midwood 34-939. pp. 155. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Light creasing to spine and rubbing to front cover, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback.

“Soured by a broken love affair, Karen ran to the first man she met. How was she to know that he was the strangest one of all.” (#050261)                                                                                 $35.00

  1. Cook, Bill. Gay Teen Boys. North Hollywood, California: Barcley House Books, 1970. 9BC-7106. pp. 192. Small 8vo. Lightest creasing to spine otherwise contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+ to near fine. Paperback.

A Barclay House Psycho-Sex Study.”Gay…from their first sexual awareness, these boys start looking for love…Young…and quickly learn to get what they want…BOYS.” (#050629)          $50.00

  1. Corley, Carl. [Twelve Days In The Sex Life of The] The Black Angel. New York: Publisher’s Export Co., Inc., 1968. French Line 47. pp. 148, 9 pages of advertisements featuring other titles available for purhcase. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Very light crease to spine, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+ to near fine. Paperback.

“His soul was black though his skin was white and he satisfied his sadistic lust day after day by dialing a male brothel.” (#050619)                                                                                        $50.00

  1. Cory, Donald Webster. The Homosexual in America. New York: Paperback Library Inc., 1963. pp. 255. Small 8vo. Creasing to spine, covers rubbed, contents clean and unmarked; good+. Paperback.

“…This book has been long needed to break the tabus on the subject of homosexuals and their problems and their place in American society. Where there has been so much darkness and fear, we have needed light and courage, and this book has an ample measure of both.”

(#050695)                                                                                                                               $20.00

  1. Dodson, Victor. Black & Gay The Survey of Interracial Homosexual Practices. North Hollywood, California: Barcley House, 1969. pp. 192. Small 8vo. Slightest creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback.

A Barclay House Pshycho-Sex Study. (#050628)                                                                 $50.00

  1. Fey, Edwin. Summer in Sodom. New York: Argyle Book Company, 1965. pp. 156. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Light creasing to spine, red publisher’s stain to foredges. Contents clean and unmarkd with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback.

“A daring novel of two handsome young men and their strange passion for each other!.” (#050618)                                                               $15.00

  1. Ford, Christopher. Inside Out. San Diego, California: Publisher’s Export Co., Inc., 1971. French Line 99. pp. 155. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Light creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback. (#050697)                                $25.00

 

  1. Forest, Salambo. Night of the Wolf. New York: Ophelia Press, Inc., 1969. pp. 186. 8vo, two pages of advertisements by the publisher offering other titles. Bright pink card covers, slightest creasing to spine; very good+. Paperback. OPH-162.

(#050599)                                                                                                                               $35.00

 

  1. Fortune, Mildred. The Most Unusual Mate Swappers Esoteric Wife-Swapping Case Histories. North Hollywood, California: Cameo Library Inc., 1971. pp. 287. Small 8vo. Light rubbing to covers, slight crease to spine, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback.

Cameo Sex Reality Series. (#050633)                                                                                    $50.00

 

  1. Geis, Richard E. Bedroom Blacklist. North Hollywood, California: Brandon House Books, 1966. pp. 190, one page of advertisements. 8vo. Light rubbing, creasing to spine and front cover, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback. (#050594)                                                             $20.00

 

  1. Green, Ian. The House of All Desires. New York: Bee-Line Books, 1968. OB 531Z. pp. 187. 8vo. Yellow card covers. Light creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback.

The Orpheus Series. (#050607)                                                                                              $40.00

 

  1. Greene, Jay. Behind These Walls. New York: Midwood Enterprises Inc., 1968. Midwood 34-148. pp. 157. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Negligible shelfwear, red publisher’s stain to foredges; near fine. Paperback.

“The compelling story of young boys in prison – and the forbidden desires that draw them toward each other.” (#050616)                                                                                                       $50.00

 

  1. Harrington, Len. Ollie. San Diego, California: Publisher’s Export Co., Inc., 1968. French Line 50. pp. 151. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Lightest creasing to spine, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+ to near fine. Paperback. (#050614)                                                                                     $35.00

 

  1. Harrington, Len. Jock and Rock. San Diego, California: Publishers Export Co., Inc., 1968. French Line 34. pp. 157. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Negligible shelfwear, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. No detectable flaws; near fine. Paperback.

“They find many exciting young men, but an unbreakable sensual tie has bound these identical twin boys since infancy.”

(#050600)                                                                   $50.00

 

  1. Henry, Martin. Memoirs of a Well Spent Youth. New York: Bee-Line Books, Inc., 1968. OB-510. pp. 160. 8vo. Yellow card covers. Slightest creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback.

The Orpheus Series (#050589)                                   $20.00

 

  1. Holliday, Don. [Dingo Stark’s Enemies Were Trying To…] Color Him Gay. San Diego, California: Corinth Publications, Inc., 1966. pp. 158. Small 8vo. Illustrated yellow card covers; lightest crease to spine otherwise near fine. Paperback.

“Steve thought to cut in on the source of blackmail money that Dingo Stark was paying the boys who wanted to Color Him Gay but his hatred took him too far, and as Jackie arrived from C.A.M.P. screams drifted through the still air…” (#050621)                                          $20.00

  1. Holliday, Don. [That Man from C.A.M.P. Goes Fluttering Through] The Watercress File. San Diego, California: Corinth Publications, Inc., 1966. LB1168. pp. 159. Small 8vo. No detectable flaws; near fine. Paperback.

“Watercress was the code name they’d given themselves, this hilarious collection of winners and losers, as they sought to foil the assassin, Butterfly, giving birth to…The Watercress File; With apologies to Hamlet and Old Lace, the plot becomes a play within a play…but C.A.M.P. emerges victorious…somehow…” (#050622)                                                                                                $50.00

  1. Hughes, Peter Tuesday. The Mirror Chronicles. Wilmington, DE: Eros Publishing Co., 1971. FGL 22. pp. 185, two pages of advertisements and catalogues of other titles. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Light creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback. (#050608)                         $15.00

 

  1. Hughes, Peter Tuesday. The Third Secret. San Diego, CA: Greenleaf Classics, Inc., 1971. PR334. pp. 156. two pages of advertisements and catalogues of other titles. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Light creasing to spine. Contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback. (#050609)                         $20.00

 

  1. James, Sky. Bunk Buddies. New York: Midwood Enterprises Inc., 1969. Midwood 35-225. pp. 196. Small 8vo. Slightest crease to spine, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback.

“A daring new novel about two boys who trespassed in a forbidden world of love.”

(#050631)                                                                                                                               $50.00

 

  1. Jay, Victor. The Gay Haunt. New York: Traveller’s Companion, Inc. | The Olympia Press Inc., 1970. TC 484. pp. 185. 8vo. Green card covers. Slightest creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback. (#050612)                                                                                     $15.00

 

  1. Jourdan, Eric; Richard Howard (Trans.); Mort Engel (Illust.). TWO. New York: Pyramid Books, 1963. pp. 156. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers, light creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked. Light crease to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback.

“The frank and brilliant novel of two young French boys who shared a strange and secret love.” Famous translation of the famous French best-selling Les Mauvais Anges.

(#050630)                                                                                                                               $20.00

 

  1. Little, Jay. Maybe-Tomorrow. New York: Paperback Library Inc., 1965. pp. 285. 8vo. Creasing to spine, covers rubbed. Contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good. Paperback.

(#050617)                                                                                                                               $10.00

 

  1. Maggie, John. The Honey Horn. North Hollywood, California: Barclay House Homophile Fiction, 1969. First printing. pp. 192. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Light creasing to spine otherwise crisp, clean and unmarked; very good+. Paperback.

“An Adult Novel of Men in the Womanless World.” (#050615)                                         $20.00

 

  1. McCallin, Edward. Blonde on a Blanket. New York: Midwood Enterprises, Inc., 1968. Midwood 34-163. pp. 187, two pages of advertisements. 8vo. Light creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback.

“Anything goes when a teen-age in a skin-tight bikini tangles with a gang of girl-crazy surfers!” (#050595)                                                                                                                                    $20.00

 

  1. Merrick, Gordon. The Lord Won’t Mind. New York: Avon Books, 1971. pp. 336. 8vo. Card covers. Light creasing to spine. Contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback.

“The unforgettable novel of men in love”. (#050611)                                                           $15.00

 

  1. Michael, Phil. The Naive Homosexual. North Hollywood, California: Brandon House Books, 1969. Brandon House Book #3065. pp. 156. Small 8vo. Very light crease to spine otherwise appears unread; near fine. Paperback.

“I’m Free…Free at Last!”; These thoughts churned over and over in Dennis’s mind as he stepped off the bus in The Big City. He’d dreamed of this moment most of his young life – the day when he could shed his small-town ways and restrictions.; What Dennis didn’t know is that every town, big or small, has its own codes, its own set of restrictions and liberties – especially in the gay world that surrounded him!”. (#050620)                                                                     $40.00

 

  1. Paul, Harry. My Boy, My Lover. North Hollywood, California: Brandon House, 1969. Brandon House 6051. pp. 190. Small 8vo. Lightest creasing to spine, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good to near fine. Paperback.

“Rome is the city for lovers. To Peter, it also means a beautiful succession of young, willing boys…” (#050613)                                                                                                                   $25.00

 

  1. Reynolds, Joseph. Satan’s Disciple. New York: Bee-Line Books, Inc., 1968. OB 514N. pp. 155. Small 8vo. Yellow card covers. Light creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked; very good+ to near fine. Paperback.

The Orpheus Series. (#050632)                                                                                              $20.00

 

  1. Roberts, Brad. The Greek Touch. El Cajon, California: Publisher’s Export Co., Inc., 1969. French Line 58. pp. 150. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Slight spine slant, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+ – near fine. Paperback. (#050689)                                                                                     $20.00

 

  1. Roberts, Ken. The Copulation Explosion! New York: Bee-Line Books, Inc., 1968. 340N. pp. 155. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Lightest rubbing, creasing to spine and covers, contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback. (#050604)                                                                                                 $25.00

 

  1. Smith, Artemis. This Bed We Made A Contemporary Novel. Derby, Connecticut: Monarch Books Inc., 1961. Monarch Books 182. pp. 141. 8vo. Near fine. Paperback.

“She Loved Her Husband – And Her Girl Friend.” (#050260)                                             $50.00

 

  1. Smith, Jack. The Wild Young Fags. North Hollywood, California: Cameo Library, 1969. 8005 Cameo. pp. 190. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Light creasing to spine else near fine. Paperback.

“The young men were locked-up and up-tight. But they had each other for solace and lust.” (#050610)                                                                                                                          $35.00

 

  1. Spatari, William Charles. The Magnificent Maricon. North Hollywood, California: Brandon House Books, 1969. pp. 174. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers, slightest crease to spine, contents clean and unmarked; very good+. Paperback.

“Eros was different from everyone else at the ranch; he was braver yet more effeminate, he was ruthless yet delicate…he was a man who was not a man!” (#050694)                              $35.00

 

  1. Street, Harry. The Gilded Lily Complete & Unexpurgated. Covina, California: Collectors Publications, 1967. First American Printing. pp. 151. 8vo. Card covers. Light creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good+. Paperback. (#050591)                                                                         $15.00

 

  1. Townsend, Larry. Joven-Cachoteca. San Diego, California: Phenix Publishers, 1970. PR261. pp. 158. Small 8vo. Light rubbing to covers, contents clean and unmarked; very good. paperback. (#050691)                                                                         $12.00

 

  1. Townsend, Larry. Mickey’s One. San Diego, California: Phenix Publisher’s Ltd., 1970. PR251. pp. 174. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers, light creasing to spine, slight rubbing to covers, contents clean and unmarked; very good. Paperback.

“Beware! The fellow next to you may be an esper. Here’s how you test his psychic power: Give him the eye. If, two minutes later, you find yourself compelled by an invisible force to reach into his jeans and satisfy his every desire, he IS one…. or else you’re awfully horny. Mickey Greco WAS one.” (#050696)                                                                                                        $20.00

 

  1. Townsend, Larry. Run, Little Leather Boy. New York: The Traveller’s Companion Inc. | The Olympia Press Inc., 1971. TC-505. pp. 258. 8vo. Illustrated card covers, light rubbing to covers, creasing to spine, slight spine slant. Contents remain clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good. Paperback.

“Set in New York State, London and Southern Germany, Run, Little Leather Boy follows the development of Wayne Hoffsteder, a spoiled, horny youth, as he progresses down black leather paths toward a fuller acceptance of himself and the life into which his basic urges direct him.” (#050624)                                                                                                                                   $50.00

 

  1. Trelos, Tony. Reluctant Gay Girl. North Hollywood, California: Brandon House, 1964. pp. 158. 8vo. Rubbing, light creasing to covers, contents clean and unmarked. Overall, good+. Paperback.

Brandon House Books 716. (#050259)                                                                                   $35.00

 

  1. Tressner Jr., William B. Queens of the Quarter. San Diego: Publisher’s Export Co., Inc., 1968. French Line 48. pp. 159. Small 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Slightest crease to spine otherwise appears unread; near fine. paperback. “Danny met some real characters in the old French quarter. Take Daisy Mae, the big blonde stud with a penal record who always wore drag…” (#050626)                                                                                     $25.00
  2. Warman, Donald. Some of My Best Friends. New York: The Ophelia Press Inc., 1970. OPH-223. pp. 181. Bright pink card covers. Slight creasing to spine, contents clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; very good+. Paperback.

“For Adult Readers.” (#050588)                                                                   $20.00

 

  1. Young, Seth. A Choice of Passions. New York: Paperback Library Inc., 1968. First printing. pp. 191. 8vo. Illustrated card covers. Negligible shelfwear; near fine. Paperback.

“An adult novel of a man in search of his sexual identity.”

(#050693)                                                                                                       $30.00

 

 

 

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