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Like people in history

Felice Picano - Fiction - 1995 - 512 pages
Traces forty years in the life of two gay men who share a madcap but enduring relationship and a passion for a handsome Vietnam veteran, against the backdrop of gay urban ...
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Art and Sex in Greenwich Village: Gay Literary Life After Stonewall

Felice Picano - Biography & Autobiography - 2007 - 265 pages
An insider's account of the birth of contemporary gay literature traces the establishment of the Gay Presses of New York in the aftermath of the Stonewall rebellions ...
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The New Joy of Gay Sex

Charles Silverstein, Felice Picano - Medical - 1992 - 220 pages
Newly updated for the 1990s, this guide to homosexual sex includes new information on AIDS, safe sex, alternative families, and much more. $35,000 ad/promo. Tour.
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The Book of Lies

Felice Picano - Fiction - 2000 - 423 pages
Bright, ambitious, and handsome, Ross Ohrenstedt is a high flier in the fashionable field of queer studies. He has just taken a prestigious university position in Los Angeles ...
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The New York years: stories

Felice Picano - Fiction - 2000 - 223 pages
From 1975 to 1981, while becoming famous for his novels, "The Lure" and "The Eyes, " Picano was also exploring the world of New York gay life in shorter pieces of original ...
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Best Gay Erotica 1999

Felice Picano, Richard Labonté - Gay men - 1999 - 200 pages
A collection of the year's best gay erotica, featuring works by Michael Lassell, Carol Queen, Scott O'Hara, Justin Chin, D. Travers Scott, and others.
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Dryland's End

Felice Picano - Fiction - 1995 - 525 pages
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Looking glass lives: a novel

Felice Picano - Fiction - 1998 - 216 pages
Caught in a triangle with his wife and her cousin, searching for answers, Roger Lynch "uncovers the long-hidden secret of their small town."--Cover.
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Men who Loved Me

Felice Picano - Fiction - 1989 - 295 pages
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