Men on Men: Best New Gay Fiction
New American Library, 1986 - Fiction - 375 pages
This extraordinary collection gathers together the most popular and gifted voices in gay fiction today. Compiled from work in progress and originals written especially for this collection, as well as previously published fiction, these brilliant stories come from such renowned writers as Robert Ferro, Andrew Holleran, Felice Picano and Edmund White; from such bright rising talents as Dennis Cooper, John Fox and Robert Gluck; and from some remarkable newcomers, including C.F. Borgman, Kevin Killian and Wallace Parr.
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His insides surged with apology. He wanted to save her. Let's leave, he wanted
to say. "See if there's any more in that blender, will you?" she said. He picked
himself up and went into the kitchen. "It's empty." "Fix me a vodka-and-tonic,
he said, and, looking back over his shoulder, disappeared through the kitchen
doorway, to use (I felt sure) the telephone. "Leave me some message units!"
Curtis shouted after him. But all he heard in response was the noise of dialing.
I followed him into the kitchen, past his new room arrangement that I had just
admired upside down through the bedroom door. Brian lived in a bungalow in
Venice, CA — a bedroom, living room and kitchen. He furnished the living room
with a ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser 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