24 MONTROSE VOICE/FEBRUARY 20, 1987
Gay and lesbian reading
L • Y • S • O • N
LOVESEX: The horny relationship
chronicles of Max Exander, by Max Exander, $7.00. Exander gives a vivid
description of his personal six-month
odyssey toward establishing a lasting gay
relationship which incorporates safer
SECRET DANGERS, by |ohn Preston,
$5.00. In this latest installment of the
Alex Kane series, ex-marine Kane and his
young partner, Danny Fortelli, battle a
world-wide terrorist ring that is using
violence against gays to promote its own
BELDON'S CRIMES, by Robert Reij-
hart, $7.00. A grisly sex murder and a
homophobic job dismissal suddenly turn
Dave Beldon's life upside-down. When
he decides to fight for his rights, he
becomes the country's most recognized
gay man. But soon the question arises:
Will Dave Beldon ultimately be the victor - or victim of the three-ring media
circus that surrounds him. A new and
original novel from the author of A
History of Shadows.
"Now for my
next trick.. ."
NOW FOR MY NEXT TRICK. ., by
Michael Willhoite, $5.00. Michael Will-
hoite's cartoons have been entertaining
readers of The Washington Blade for
many years. Now, some 80 of his best
cartoons have been collected into this
EIGHT DAYS A WEEK, by Larry
Duplechan, $7.00. Johnnie Ray
Rousseau is a 22-year-old black gay pop
singer whose day starts at 11 pm. Keith
Keller is a white banker with a 10 o'clock
bedtime - and muscles to die for. This
story of their love affair is one of the
most engrossing - and funniest — you'll
MEDITERRANEO, by Tony Patrioli,
$12.50. Through some 46 photos, Italian
photographer Tony Patrioli explores the
homo-erotic territory in which, since the
beginning of time, adolescent boys have
discovered sex. (Oversize paperback)
THE MOVIE LOVER, by Richard Friedel,
$7.00. Burton Raider's problems begin in
high school when he realizes he's in love
with his friend Roman. As he gets older,
the problems increase — and so does the
humor of his situation, in what Christopher Street calls "the funniest gay
novel of the year."
QUATREFOIL, by (ames Barr, $8.00.
The year is 1946, and Philip Froelich
faces a court martial for acting insubordinate to a lazy officer during the closing
days of World War II. Then he meets
Tim Danelaw, and soon the court martial is among the least of Phillip's concerns. . . .
This classic novel, first published in
1950, remains a romantic and suspense-
ful read, an intelligently-written love
story that gives a vivid picture of our recent but often-forgot ten past.
SECOND CHANCES, by Florine de
Veer, $7.00. Is it always harder to accept
what is offered freely? Jeremy, young and
still naive about the gay world, could
easily have the love of his devoted friend
Roy, yet instead he finds himself pursuing the handsome and unpredictable
\m Time Passim:
lives <H Mer Lesbians
LONG TIME PASSING: Lives of Older
Lesbians, edited by Marcy Adelman,
$8.00. In their own words, women talk
about age-related concerns: the fear of
losing a lover; the experiences of being a
lesbian in the iy40s and 1950s; and
issues of loneliness and community.
ACT WELL YOUR PART, by Don
Sakers, $5.00. When Keith Graff moves
with his mother to a new town, he feels
like the new kid who doesn't fit in. Then
he joins his high school's drama club and
meets the boyishly cute Bran Davenport . ..
REFLECTIONS OF A ROCK LOBSTER:
A story about growing up gay, by Aaron
Fricke, $5.00. The moving autobiography of Aaron Fricke, who made national news when he took a gay date to
his high school prom.
SEX POSITIVE, by Larry Uhrig, $7.00.
Many religions leaders have distorted
Biblical passages to condemn homosexuality. Here Uhrig tights back, discussing positive Biblical views of same-sex
relationships, and arguing that sexuality
and spirituality are closely linked.
THE SPARTAN, by Don Harrison,
$6.00. In the days of the first Olympics,
gay relationships were a common and
valued part of life. The Spartan tells the
story of a young athlete and his adventures in love and war, providing a vivid
picture of classical Greece, the early
Olympics, and an important part of our
I BLACK GAY ANTHOLOGY
IN THE LIFE: A black gay anthology,
edited by Joseph Beam, $8.00. When
Joseph Beam became frustrated that so
little gay male literature spoke to him as
a black gay man, he decided to do something about it. The result is this anthology, in which 29 contributors,
through stories, essays, verse and artwork, have made heard the voice of a
too-often silent minority.
THE MEN WITH THE PINK
TRIANGLE, by Heinz Heger, $6.00.
Thousands of gays were thrown into
Nazi concentration camps for the crime
of homosexuality. Heinz Heger is the
only one ever to have told his story. Here
is a chilling recollection of one of the
most frightening chapters of our gay
WORLDS APART, edited by Camilla
Decarnin, Eric Garber and Lyn Paleo,
$8.00. These collected science fiction
stories present a wide array of imaginative characters, from a black lesbian
vampire to a gay psychodroid. Here is
adventure, romance, and excitement —
and perhaps some genuine alternatives
for our future.
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