Ambidextrous: The Secret Lives of Children

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Southern Tier Editions, 2003 - Fiction - 233 pages
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Picano's bold, funny and outrageously honest memoir of suburban 1950s childhood forever altered how we remember childhood and how we think of it today. So scandalous at the time that the book's first shipment to Great Britain was seized and burned on the London docks, Ambidextrous has since become a much-prized classic, and is now re-released as Volume One in this series of Picano's complete memoirs. 'A book worthy to stand besides those of Edmund White, Rita Mae Brown and John Reed... A vivid portrait' - The Weekly News

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A member of the Violet Quill group of gay writers, Picano founded the gay publishing house Sea Horse Press and authored The New Joy of Gay Sex in 1992. In this duo, released in 1985 and 1989 ... Read full review

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