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In Tall Cotton; a novel
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In Tall Cotton; a novel

By Hulse, Charles G.

New York: Kensington Books, 2002. Paperback. 300p., remainder mark bottom edge otherwise a first trade paperback re-issue in pictorial wraps. Novel of a 15-year-old and his sexual precocity, set in the Great Depression.

$12.00

The Book Catalogues of Michael DeHartington 1972-1974 a facsimile edition limited to 300 copies
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The Book Catalogues of Michael DeHartington 1972-1974 a facsimile edition limited to 300 copies

By DeHartington, Michael, introduction by Timothy D'Arch Smith

North Pomfret: Asphodel Editions, 1998. Hardcover. xi, [112p] + 23p. sewn 4.5x6.25 inch pamphlet in pocket at rear, frontis-portrait tipped-in, foreword, introduction, illustrations, very good limited edition of 300 hand-numbered copies in hand-sewn quarter-linen cloth over boards. DeHartington issued ten catalogues of homosexual literature in the 1970s which included rare lithographed works by Ralph Chubb and the greatest collection of Uranian titles ever assembled. Catalogues 1, 2 & 4-10 are bound-in with #3 included as a separate booklet in sewn white wraps in a pocket at rear. Lovely edition of an important bibliographical tool.

$75.00

Trim Studio Quarterly: number 21, Fall; featuring Models
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Trim Studio Quarterly: number 21, Fall; featuring Models

By Elfin

Washington DC: Trim Enterprises, 1967. Magazine. [72p] including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, posing-pouch physique photos, 4p. centerfold insert Guild Book Service Bulletin #44, slightly-curled and worn otherwise a very good digest-size magazine in pictorial wraps.

$45.00

The Boys and the Bees
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The Boys and the Bees

By Babcock, Joe

New York: Carroll & Graf, 2006. Paperback. 137p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. A love triangle in an all-boys sixth-grade Catholic school.

$12.00

The Sex Offender: a novel
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The Sex Offender: a novel

By Stadler, Matthew

New York: Grove, 1994. Paperback. 206p., very good first Grove Press trade paperback edition in red pictorial wraps. Novel about a man subjected to bizarre Kafkaesque forms of aversion therapy to rehabilitate him after his mistaking molestation for love of a twelve year old boy.

$11.00

Adam
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Adam

By McDonald, Anthony

London: GMP-Gay Men's Press, 2003. Paperback. 264p., very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. Teenage angst in the French countryside. Uranian content.

$12.00

The Position papers of the North American Man/Boy Love Association: November 1986
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The Position papers of the North American Man/Boy Love Association: November 1986

By NAMBLA, with commentary by Teddi Bernie

NY/SF/LA: NAMBLA, 1986. 29p., 7x8.5 inches, footnotes, mimeographes or photocopied booklet, text-only, stapled white printed wraps. Extensive history, legal statements, etc.

$45.00

The Youthful Lover and other prose studies Rondeaux of boyhood
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The Youthful Lover and other prose studies Rondeaux of boyhood

By Green, Leonard [pseudonym of Charles Kains Jackson]

Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1919. Hardcover. ix, 68p., briefly inscribed, signed and dated by Green, spine label slightly rubbed, otherwise a very good first edition in quarter-cloth green boards. Young 1583*. D'Arch Smith's Love in earnest discusses Green and the book, which he describes as "stories rather in the manner of Nicholson's 'Shadow of the End' " on pp. 128-40.

$450.00

Zwanzig Gedichte
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Zwanzig Gedichte

By Mackay, John Henry

Hamburg: Mannerschwarm Verlag, 2007. 31p., 4.75x7.5 inches, text in German, very good facsimile reprint chapbook in stapled blue wraps. A modern reprint of the 1931 limited edition of Mackay's erotic and Uranian poetry.

$20.00

Crazy
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Crazy

By Lebert, Benjamin, translated from the German by Carol Brown Janeway

New York: Knopf, 2000. Hardcover. 178p., very good first US edition in boards and unclipped dj. Autobiographical coming-of-age debut novel by 16 year-old handicapped German author.

$11.00

Ambidextrous: the secret lives of children [uncorrected proofs]
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Ambidextrous: the secret lives of children [uncorrected proofs]

By Picano, Felice

New York: Gay Presses of New York, 1985. Paperback. 197p., red pen brackets and asterisks throughout, good paperback advance uncorrected proofs in yellow printed wraps and clear mylar jacket, ink date correction on cover. Violet Quill author. Novelized memoir of Picano's early teens.

$11.00

The Bitterweed Path
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The Bitterweed Path

By Phillips, Thomas Hal

New York: Rinehart & Company, 1950. Hardcover. 314p., very good first edition, Rhinehart "R" on copyright page, unclipped dj with several small chips and long closed tear at fold protected in clear Brodart jacket. Young 3045. Author's debut novel noted by Slide on page 147 as one of the "Lost Gay Novels" The story of the love of an older man for a young boy in grammar school on a farm in the South.

$125.00

Staatsanwalt Sierlin: die Geschichte einer Rache
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Staatsanwalt Sierlin: die Geschichte einer Rache

By Mackay, John Henry

Freiburg/Berlin: Mackay Gesellschaft, 1982. Paperback. 182p., text in German, pen notation on front free blank otherwise a very good trade paperback in gray wraps.

$15.00

Un po\' di febbre
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Un po' di febbre

By Penna, Sandro

Milano: Garzanti Editore, 1977. Paperback. xii, 155p., text in Italian, preface, very good first edition thus trade paperback in blue & white pictorial wraps. Collezione Opere di Sandro Penna. Openly gay writer from Rome who died in 1977. These stories were collected and published by Garzanti in 1973. This is a new edition as part of the collection of his complete works. Penna was known for his love of boys who appear frequently in his poems. He once took in a 14 year old street urchin with whom he lived in his mother's (Penna's) house.

$30.00

Der Schwimmer roman
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Der Schwimmer roman

By Mackay, John Henry

Nordstedt: Books on Demand, 2002. Paperback. 190p., text in German, paperback edition in blue pictorial wraps. Sports novel set in Berlin of the early 1900s with some uranian and anarchist content.

$15.00

Die buecher der Namenlosen Liebe von Sagitta band 1 & 2 [two volumes]
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Die buecher der Namenlosen Liebe von Sagitta band 1 & 2 [two volumes]

By Mackay, John Henry as Sagitta

Hamburg: Mackay Gesellschaft Verlag. Paperback. Two volumes, 486p/. & 388p., texts in German, very good pocket-size paperbacks in green and blue wraps, gilt titles.

$45.00

Il mirto e la rosa
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Il mirto e la rosa

By Ghali, Gamila [pseudonym of Annie Messina]

Palermo: Sellerio editore, 1982. Paperback. 188p., text in Italian, very good first edition trade paperback in black pictorial wraps. Memoria #46. The story of a love affair between two Arabic men and a 14 year old slave-boy.

$25.00

l\'Alcibiade fanciullo a scola
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l'Alcibiade fanciullo a scola

By Rocco, Antonio, a cura di Laura Coci

Roma: Salerno Editrice, 1988. Paperback. 99p., text in Italian, introductory note, note on the text, name index, very good trade paperback in yellow pictorial wraps. Omikron #27. Alcibiades the Schoolboy in the original Italian but a modern edition with notes.

$12.00

Het Belang van de Ervaring: over seksuele contacten in de vroege jeugdjaren en seksuele gedrag en beleven op latere leeftjid The Meaning of experience on sexual contacts in early youth, and sexual behavior and experience in later life (with a summary in English)
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Het Belang van de Ervaring: over seksuele contacten in de vroege jeugdjaren en seksuele gedrag en beleven op latere leeftjid The Meaning of experience on sexual contacts in early youth, and sexual behavior and experience in later life (with a summary in English)

By Sandfort, Theodorus Maria

Haarlem: Utrecht, 2000. Six pages printed recto-only in Englsih, 6.25x9.5 inches, very good summary offprint booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. A summary of the publication by the Columbia University based Dutch Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences in Psychiatry. Man/Boy love.

$18.00

Il mirto e la rosa
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Il mirto e la rosa

By Messina, Annie aka Gamila Ghali

Palermo: Sellerio editore, 1991. Paperback. 188p., text in Italian, very good ninth edition trade paperback in black pictorial wraps. Memoria #46. Originally published as by Gamila Ghali in 1982, the story of a love affair between two Arabic men and a 14 year old slave-boy.

$15.00

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