Everything I have is blue: short fiction by working class men about more-or-less gay life

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Suspect Thoughts Press, Aug 15, 2005 - Fiction - 249 pages
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The first collection of short stories by working-class queer, gay, and bisexual men, Everything I Have Is Blue is a rich and long-overdue contribution both to the burgeoning field of working-class studies and to LGBT-queer studies.

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User Review  - Jay - Goodreads

Trigger warning - there is a lot of violence and abuse in these stories, both consensual and non-consensual. I'm still processing what I think about this book. I don't generally get into fiction, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Blake Fraina - Goodreads

For me, the theme of this very intriguing book can be found in editor Wendell Ricketts's story "Raspberry Pie." Regarding his posh, patrician ex-lover across the lunch table, the narrator's only ... Read full review

Contents

Flowers Flames C Bard Cole
15
There Are No Pretty Girls at the Tabernacle Marcel Devon
37
Raspberry Pie Wendell Ricketts
52
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