Fairy Tales: Traditional Stories Retold for Gay Men

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Harper Collins, Jan 3, 1997 - Fiction - 192 pages
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Using the magical and mythic language of classic stories from around the world, Fairy Tales takes familiar myths and folktales and turns them into stories about men coming out, learning to trust themselves, looking for and finding love, facing AIDS, and helping those they love.

 

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Contents

King Crossbill
13
Beauty and the Beast
21
Hansel and Gretel
35
The Two Travelers
65
The Golden Parrot
79
The Fisherman and His Lover
100
The Man Who Was Lovers with a Pigeon
108
The Ugly Duckling
118
The Companion
158
The Man Who Came Back from the Dead
180
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Peter Cashorali, is a writer and performer whose fiction and poetry have appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies, including Men on Men, Indivisible, and His.

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