7 edition of Lesbian pulp fiction found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 411-413).
|Statement||edited by Katherine V. Forrest.|
|Contributions||Forrest, Katherine V., 1939-|
|LC Classifications||PS153.L46 L453 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||413 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||413|
|LC Control Number||2005004799|
Roanoke's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Memorial Library is a collection of 2,plus books about the LGBT community, including fiction and non-fiction books and DVDs. We drop a dime on purveyors of pulp By Sam McManis. Pulp fiction is having a resurgence, it seems, spurred not just by auteurs such as Tarantino but by book .
The gathered readers were all heterosexual. Moran is a lesbian, and her book, “Letters Never Sent,” fits solidly in a literary genre called lesbian fiction — lesbian authors writing lesbian. Before she and McBride, a former librarian, started Naiad, lesbian literature consisted primarily of pulp fiction written by men whose protagonists generally ended up one of three ways: They.
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A conversation about lesbian pulp fiction with: JAYE ZIMET who has compiled a new collection of book covers Lesbian pulp fiction book lesbian pulp fiction: "Strange Sisters: The Art of Lesbian Pulp Fiction, See Katherine V. Forrest’s Cleis Press anthology Lesbian Pulp Fiction: The Sexually Intrepid World of Lesbian Paperback Novels for an affectionate tribute to the form.).
But in "Lesbian Pulp Fiction: The Sexually Intrepid Lesbian pulp fiction book of Lesbian Paperback Novels ," editor Katherine V. Forrest approaches the. This week’s entry: Lesbian pulp fiction What it’s about: Decades before Tarantino repopularized the phrase, “pulp fiction” referred to cheaply produced literature, often of a disreputable genre, and generally printed on low-quality (i.e., pulpy) paper, whether in paperback or magazine pulp stories were part of genres that still struggle for respectability—romance, sci-fi Author: Mike Vago.
Tereska Torrès, a convent-educated French writer who quite by accident wrote America’s first lesbian pulp novel, died on Thursday at her home in. Lesbian pulp fiction is infamous for having its characters either turn straight in the end or, failing to be "cured" of their gayness, die in some horrible fashion, like hanging themselves or being crushed by a falling tree.
(Source.) The Price of Salt tells a different story, though. While it explores a young lesbian trying to find her place. Article on women pulp fiction writers in light of reissue by Feminist Press of three books: In a Lonely Place () by Dorothy B Hughes, The Girls in 3-B () by Valerie Taylor and Skyscraper.
(Meaker, who wrote dozens of lesbian pulp novels in the s and ’60s, was involved with Patricia Highsmith for two tempestuous years, and her memoir of the relationship, Highsmith: A Romance.
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Lesbian pulp becomes pop phenomenon. If you ever happened on an Ann Bannon book, or an Ann Aldrich, or a Vin Packer, it was a real find. A sampling of lesbian pulp fiction titles. There are many ways to read a book. One of them is to do so topless. That is the premise behind the Topless Pulp Fiction Club, a small group of young women who have taken to gathering in city.
Then there’s lesbian crime author Ellen Hart’s protagonist, Jane Lawless, who made her debut in Hallowed Murder () and has enjoyed a book crime solving career. The art of lesbian pulp fiction between and is the subject of this collection of cover art.
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For those unwilling or unable to enter into either of these worlds, some titillation might be gained from pulp fiction depicting female relationships. The Price of Salt centered on a lesbian Author: George Cotkin. Directed by Lynne Fernie, Aerlyn Weissman.
With Keely Moll, Stephanie Ozard, Ann Bannon, Reva Hutkin. Ten women, most of them in Vancouver or Toronto, talk about being lesbian in the s, s, and s: discovering the pulp fiction of the day about women in love, their own first affairs, the pain of breaking up, frequenting gay bars, facing police raids, men's responses, and the /10().
The Gay Pulp Fiction Collection consists of over 1, fictions titles in mass market paperback form on male homosexual and bisexual themes, published from the 's through the 's. It was acquired by the Fisher Library in from collector Ian Young, who used the collection for research for his books The Male Homosexual in Literature: A Bibliography and Out in.
That's why we've got the ultimate holiday counterprogramming for you: 10 kinky science fiction novels that you can hide in your book bag or e-book reader and enjoy late at night when the kids and. The Cambridge Companion to Popular Fiction - edited by David Glover April in s feminist science fiction, and s lesbian pulp); the popular response to, and elucidation of post-feminism through chick lit (viewed as a development of contemporary romance fiction) from the s onwards; and recent developments in the dissemination Cited by: 7.
Science fiction has been around as a genre for more than years. That's such a long time that many of the greatest works have fallen into the. Deliver Us From Evie, M.E. Kerr Marijane Meaker, writing here as M.E. Kerr, famously penned the first-ever lesbian pulp novel.
In her most-known young adult book, she. Lucy meets lesbian pulp fiction writer Val Taylor on the Chicago L one evening, and is then invited to a fundraising party for playwright Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun,” the.The lesbian pulp novel, though a rarity, was particularly successful in the s because it was such a taboo subject.
Ann Bannon discovered her first lesbian novel in a pharmacy and decided to.At least we get to hear Veronica feast on the phrase “crypto-lesbian pulp fiction.” Where Betty got the key to that classroom at Stonewall Prep may be a mystery all its own, but whatever questions it raises are worth it for that insert shot of the lock turning from the inside.