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His : brilliant new fiction by gay writers

Author: Robert Drake; Terry Wolverton
Publisher: Boston : Faber and Faber, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Eighteen previously unpublished stories by homosexual writers. They range from Tim Miller's Tar Pit Heart, on a boy's first kiss, to Bernard Cooper's Arson, in which a boy tries to expiate guilt by burning his collection of pornography.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Drake; Terry Wolverton
ISBN: 057119866X 9780571198665
OCLC Number: 31868031
Description: xii, 243 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Queerbait / Mark A. Shaw --
Arson / Bernard Cooper --
Tar pit heart / Tim Miller --
Heroes / Gil Cuadros --
To Nam and Bac / Henri Tran --
Affairs of the day / Robert Rodi --
The road to Mary's place / David Kelly --
Levi / Rick Sandford --
Love problem / Matthew Stadler --
Bitter homes and gardens / Luis Alfaro --
Love is thin ice / David Vernon --
The seizure / Peter Cashorali --
Wig / Patrick Gale --
The wedding dress / Jason Friedman --
The horses / David Watmough --
Guardian / Scott W. Peterson --
Going to Japan / Paul Attinello --
The option of the coat / Frank DiPalermo.
Responsibility: edited by Robert Drake with Terry Wolverton.

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An American collection of 18 stories which sets out to define new territory for gay fiction. Authors included are Bernard Cooper, David Vernon, Matthew Stadler and Gil Cuadros.  Read more...

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