The Lost Library: Gay Fiction Rediscovered
What if you wanted to give a friend the book that saved your life when you realized you were gay, but it was out of print? You could hunt in used book stores, or search online for reviews, but you’d be lucky to find it. In "The Lost Library" twenty eight modern gay authors reminisce about their favorite out of print gay novels, bringing the texts to light and telling intimate stories of their own.
The book includes an essay on reprints of gay literature by Philip Clark. With a dramatic cover illustration by Mel Odom, "The Lost Library" is a unique offering for the GLBT audience and anyone who appreciates eloquent accounts of the human experience.
About THE LOST LIBRARY
“A treasure map to yesterday’s hidden gems.”
— Patty Comeau
About THOU SHALL NOT LOVE
"A tour de force of evidence, reason, and cogent argument."
Daniel Helminiak, author of
What the Bible Really Says
"A definitive answer to the misinformation, mistruth and downright meanness of so many evangelicals on the issue of gay/lesbian rights. . . Provides fresh data and powerful arguments that cast new light on this tortured subject."
— Walter Wink, PhD
Auburn Theological Seminary
About LOVERS LEGENDS UNBOUND
"A delight to the ear, an excitement to the mind, and a solace to the heart. A truly fine work."