Men on Men 4: Best New Gay Fiction, Volume 4

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George Stambolian
Plume, 1992 - Fiction - 405 pages
2 Reviews
The great diversity of cultures, backgrounds, styles, and subject matter reflected in these 18 stories is an eloquent testament to the continuing vitality of gay literature as it attempts to answer new questions and confront old challenges during these problematic times. Includes works by John Rechy, David Feinberg, Matthew Stadler, and many more.

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User Review  - cdavidwilburn - LibraryThing

Good Collection of gay male fiction. These books and the others like them are like time capsules. The essay by Felice Picano is especially worth the read. Was also my first introduction to Matthew ... Read full review

Review: Men on Men: Best New Gay Fiction (Men on Men #1)

User Review  - Jendi - Goodreads

Not as good as subsequent volumes in this series. A handful of standout stories with great writing and emotional depth (Felice Picano, Ethan Mordden, Robert Ferro) interspersed with the bleak and ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
FUCKING MARTIN
23
THE FIANCE
40
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Felice Picano's first book was a finalist for the PEN/ Hemingway Award. Since then, he has published twenty volumes of fiction, poetry, and memoirs. Considered a founding member of modern gay literature along with other members of the Violet Quill Club, he founded two publishing companies: SeaHorse Press and Gay Presses of New York. Among his award-winning books are the novels Like People in History, The Book of Lies, and Onyx. He lives in Los Angeles.

Andrew Holleran, a Harvard graduate, is a well-known journalist and frequent contributor to major gay publications. "Dancer from the Dance, " his first novel, was originally published in 1978 to great critical acclaim. He is also the author of "Nights in Aruba, The Beauty of Men, Ground Zero, In the Mirror of Men's Eyes, " and "In September, the Light Changes.

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