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Christopher Street: vol. 9, #3, whole issue #99, April 1985; You Think That Sex Causes AIDS? You\'ve Been Had
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Christopher Street: vol. 9, #3, whole issue #99, April 1985; You Think That Sex Causes AIDS? You've Been Had

By Ortleb, Charels L. editor & publisher, Quentin Crisp, Boyd McDonald, Edmund White, Andrew Holleran, et al.

New York: That New Magazine, 1985. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, very good glossy magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Cover story by Ann Giudici Fettner is one of the earliest AIDS denier reports that became championed by editor/publisher Ortleb in his magazine and in his New York Native. He still has podcasts claiming AIDS is misdiagnosed Chronic Fatigue Syndrome!

$30.00

Christopher Street: vol. 9, #1, whole issue #97, February 1985; Men Who Strip
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Christopher Street: vol. 9, #1, whole issue #97, February 1985; Men Who Strip

By Ortleb, Charels L. editor & publisher, Paul Schrader, Vivienne Maricevic, Tom Gates, Boyd McDonald, Andrew Holleran, et al.

New York: That New Magazine, 1985. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, very good glossy magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Interview with Paul Schrader. Boyd reads Norman Mailer.

$20.00

Collected Poems 1930-83
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Collected Poems 1930-83

By Miles, Josephine

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1984. Hardcover. xvi, 260p., index of first lines, very good first edition in cloth boards, gilt titles, unclipped lightly-edgeworn brick dj. Miles was a native of Chicago who became a professor of English at UC Berkeley.

$25.00

RUB sheet: Report on Union Busters [16 issues]
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RUB sheet: Report on Union Busters [16 issues]

Washington DC: AFL-CIO. National Organizing Coordinating Committee, 1989. Sixteen issues of the newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, mostly staplebound; generally very good, some with fold creases or rust marks from contact with staples. Numbers present are 16, 17, 20, 21, 49-58, 60, and 64. Articles about law firms, consultants, and others who helped companies bust unions, and updates on ongoing labor disputes.

$60.00

After Dark: the magazine of entertainment; vol. 14, #10, March 1982: Making Love, Viewing Art
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After Dark: the magazine of entertainment; vol. 14, #10, March 1982: Making Love, Viewing Art

By Miele, Louis, editor, Marcus Leatherdale, Katsu, Natalie Wood, James Dean, et al.

New York: After Dark, 1982. Magazine. 84p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, entertainment news, reviews, opinion, interviews, ads, listings, photos, lightly-worn magazine in stapled pictorial wraps, unfortunate scrape on cover. Special art issue and an article on the film "Making Love

$12.00

Working classics. Vol. 2 no. 1
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Working classics. Vol. 2 no. 1

San Francisco: Red Wheelbarrow Press, 1987. Paperback. [22p.], staplebound wraps, very good with mild toning. Single issue of the proletarian literary journal, this one focusing on workers' poetry.

$20.00

Christopher Street: vol. 8,  #6, whole issue #90, July 1984; Tokyo Diary
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Christopher Street: vol. 8, #6, whole issue #90, July 1984; Tokyo Diary

By Ortleb, Charels L. editor & publisher, david Price, Andrew Holleran, Ethan Mordden, Quentin Crisp, Boyd McDonald, et al.

New York: That New Magazine, 1984. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, very good glossy magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Cover stories: David Price's Tokyo Diary, Holleran on Paris & Berliin, Crisp visits The Cotton Club and Little Richard, Happy at Last.

$25.00

The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee invites you to a Victory Party [pamphlet]
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The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee invites you to a Victory Party [pamphlet]

By Rink, photo, Mary C. Dunlap, Carl Hill

San Francisco: Women's Press project for The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee, 1982. Four-panel pamphlet, 5.5x8.5 inches, cover photo of Dunlap and Hill by Rink, information about the INS ban and injunctions with Judge Robert P. Aguilar's finding, list of speakers and performers, , additional slip of paper with more info laid-in. Speakers included Dennis Altman, Harry Britt, Stanley Rebultan et al. Performers included the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence with Sister Boom Boom as Ms. Liberty.

$20.00

Puerto del sol vol. 24, #2, Summer 1989
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Puerto del sol vol. 24, #2, Summer 1989

By McIlvoy, Kevin, Joseph Somoza, editors, Peter Wild, Bobby Byrd, Stephan Torre, et al.

Las Cruces: English Dept. of New Mexico State University, 1989. Paperback. 250p., illlustrations, texts in English and Spanish, very good trade paperback journal in yellow printed wraps. Russo was shopping "Myrtle Park" around which may have been set in Mohawk. First appearance of Dagoberto Gilb. Nichols interviews Anaya.

$18.00

Lesbian & Gay Alumni: meeting and reception [handbil] Friday, November 21st, 4-8pm
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Lesbian & Gay Alumni: meeting and reception [handbil] Friday, November 21st, 4-8pm

Berkeley: University of California, MLGS [Multicultural Lesbian & Gay Studies], 1986. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printe one side only landscape layout on pink stock with two vertical creases from folding. UC Berkeley Homecoming Weekend event with schedule and goals.

$12.00

Christopher Street: vol. 8, #9, whole issue #93, October 1984; Surviving AIDS
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Christopher Street: vol. 8, #9, whole issue #93, October 1984; Surviving AIDS

By Ortleb, Charels L. editor & publisher, Philip Lanzaratta, Tom Gates, Quentin Crisp, Boyd McDonald, Ned Rorem, Charley Shively, Andrew Holleran, et al.

New York: That New Magazine, 1984. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, very good glossy magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Early AIDS cover story for the magazine. Philip Lanzaratta, at the time the longest-lived person with AIDS & KS. He helped form PWA/people With AIDS to fight the stigmatization of the word victim. He struggled on for five years dying in 1986. Also Ned Rorem on Truman Capote.

$35.00

Gorki-Kolonie: Nachtstücke, Erzählung
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Gorki-Kolonie: Nachtstücke, Erzählung

By Krohnke, Friedrich

Hamburg: Libertäre Assoziation, 1983. 24p., staplebound booklet, very good.

$20.00

The Minnesota Review: a journal of committed writing [5 issues]
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The Minnesota Review: a journal of committed writing [5 issues]

By Cooper, Helen, Michael Sprinker, Susan Squier, [and] Marlon Ross, editors

Bloomington: The Minnesota Review, 1989. Paperback. Five issues of the journal, a complete run for the period between Spring 1987 and Fall 1989. Issues present are Numbers 28-33 (30/31 is a double issue). Various pagination, all 5.5 x 8.5 inches, all have slightly worn wraps else very good condition. Essays, poetry, fiction, and reviews. Number 33 includes a special section on the politics of sexuality with articles on lesbianism in "The Children's Hour", homoeroticism in "The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant", and more.

$40.00

After Dark: the magazine of entertainment; vol. 14, #12, September 1982: Special Broadway issue
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After Dark: the magazine of entertainment; vol. 14, #12, September 1982: Special Broadway issue

By Swanson, Lee, editor, Harvey Fierstein, Maxwell Caulfield, Liliane Montevecchi, et al.

New York: After Dark, 1982. Magazine. 84p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, entertainment news, reviews, opinion, interviews, ads, listings, photos, lightly-worn magazine in stapled pictorial wraps, unfortunate scrape on cover. Pre-Broadway interview with Harvey Fierstein about "Torch Song Trilogy

$15.00

Christopher Street: vol. 8, #12, whole issue #96, January 1985; Philosophy in the Bedroom
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Christopher Street: vol. 8, #12, whole issue #96, January 1985; Philosophy in the Bedroom

By Ortleb, Charels L. editor & publisher, Timothy Murphy, Tom Gates, John Fox, Boyd McDonald, Andrew Holleran, et al.

New York: That New Magazine, 1985. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, very good glossy magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Cover story on AIDS.

$20.00

Puerto del sol vol. 23, #2, the Twenty-fifth Anniversary issue
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Puerto del sol vol. 23, #2, the Twenty-fifth Anniversary issue

By McIlvoy, Kevin, Joseph Somoza, editors, Dagoberto Gilb, Jim Sagel, Joy Harjo, Steve Rasnic Tem, Leslie Silko, Bobby Byrd, Lee K. Abbott, Richard Russo, et al.

Las Cruces: English Dept. of New Mexico State University, 1988. Paperback. 338p., illlustrations, texts in English and Spanish, very good trade paperback journal in yellow printed wraps.

$15.00

When NGTF Meets with White House Officials etc. [brochure]
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When NGTF Meets with White House Officials etc. [brochure]

By National Gay Task Force

New York: NGTF, 1984. Eight-panel brochure folded to 4x8 inches illustrated with photos, information on the Crisisline, The Violence Project, the Media, The National Agenda and the AIDS Project, Civil Rights Advocacy, very good on semi-slick stock.

$25.00

Chants of a lifetime, selected poetry of Lincoln Bergman, 1953-2003
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Chants of a lifetime, selected poetry of Lincoln Bergman, 1953-2003

By Bergman, Lincoln

Oakland: Regents Press, 2003. Paperback. 324p., wraps, very good condition. Poetry by long-time leftist, on the editorial board of "The Movement" in the 1960s and active in many struggles.

$15.00

Puerto del sol vol. 17, Spring/Summer 1982
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Puerto del sol vol. 17, Spring/Summer 1982

By McIlvoy, Kevin, Joseph Somoza & Joseph Tuso, editors, Richard Russo, John Brandi, Kent Haruf, Gene Frumkin, Rudolfo Anya, John Nicvhols, Dagoberto Gilb, et al.

Las Cruces: English Dept. of New Mexico State University, 1982. Paperback. 143p., illlustrations, texts in English and Spanish, very good trade paperback journal in brown printed wraps with sunned spine. Russo was shopping "Myrtle Park" around which may have been set in Mohawk. First appearance of Dagoberto Gilb. Nichols interviews Anaya.

$18.00

Artists\' Ensemble Productions presents the First Reading of \
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Artists' Ensemble Productions presents the First Reading of "The Fourth Angel" a play by John Rechy [playbill] October 1, 1984, Orpheum Theatre

By Rechy, John, Gerald Chapman, Joan Allen, Giancarlo Esposito et al.

New York: Actors' Ensemble, 1984. Four-panel playbill, 5.5x8.5 inches, simple photocopy from typed text, lightly-worn with vertical fold crease. Cheaply-produced program for a staged reading of Rechy's play version of his novel. Cast bios etc. Joan Allen was a member of Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago at the time and went on to win a Tony for her performance in Burn This opposite John Malkovitch. Esposito is now best known as Gus Fring from "Breaking Bad" Apparently this production never made it to the full staging. A rewrite in 1986 retitled "Tigers Wild" was panned by Stephen Holden in the NY Times.

$25.00

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