and also Newdigate prizewinner) In Atonement Works invented by Anne Michaels edit. Who has opened the savagery of the sea. Eighteenth issue of "Gay Sunshine" subtitled "A Newspaper of Gay Liberation" (Issue #18, June-July 1973) edited by Winston Leyland and published by the Gay Sunshine Collective out of San Francisco, California during the heady and activist days of the gay liberation movement. Asp The Women Queens of England by Mrs. Contents include: *lead article "demo: intro 384 IN city council" by Seth Lawrence (with three photos, including front cover: "On April 18, 1978, New York City's gay civil rights bill, Intro 384, was introduced into the City Council and referred to the General Welfare Committee. "GAY" 8, March 15, 1970) edited by Lige Clarke and Jack Nichols, and published by Al Goldstein (of "Screw" Magazine) and their Four Swords, Inc. Dow, Jeffrey Herman, Robert Schrock, Brad Riley, and Arthur Morey *news item "Dear Abby Says 'Gays Not Sick! Slop Works by Ludovicus Sorbonensis The Second Council of Carthage. Merton (from the short story collection Storeys from the Old Hotel ) Star Shuttle by Gilray Gunn Come, Dark Lust! Somerset Maugham edit In The Moon and Sixpence : A Modern Artist: Notes on the work of Charles Strickland by Edward Leggatt, arha, publ.
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lengthy article "Summer In The City: Barfly's Baedecker, Manhattan's Haunts Hideaways" (with four photos: Sardi's - "Suit and tie strangulation Jimmy Ray's - "A place for good lays? Graebner Memorial High School Handbook of Rules and Regulations by Ellen Conford All of Them Witches. Government" by Perrin Shaffer; -cover article 1776' Producer Sues Owner Of Continental Baths" by John. Bestow on him lar- gesse that allows him peace in his loins. Born to a once-important British colonial family, Levett-Yeats was a low-level English bureaucrat in India turned romantic novelist. In The Wrong Box by Robert Louis Stevenson The Vault of rwen by Alice Waite (short story) The Wings of Death by Osric Dane in "Xingu" by Edith Wharton (short story) Yellow Dragon. The job of a steward is to enforce the rules of racing on the racetrack. Jennings Has Twins by Anthony Buggery Works invented by Neal Stephenson edit In Cryptonomicon and Quicksilver : The Cryptonomicon In Anathem : Second New Revised Book of Discipline In The Diamond Age : A Young Lady's Illustrated Primer Works invented by Laurence Sterne edit. 14" by Art Gursch and Wayne Sunday (with photo of conference attendees: "A historic gathering of some three hundred lesbian and gay male activists from all over the country met in Philadelphia February 24 and 25 to discuss plans for holding a national march. Works invented by Raymond Chandler edit Attributed to Aaron Klopstein (Klopstein committed suicide at the age of 33, shooting himself with an Amazonian blowgun 3 Cat Hairs in the Custard (poetry) The Hydraulic Facelift (poetry) Once More the Cicatrice (novel) The Seagull Has No Friends. Lacey, others; *article "The Elements of Gay Theatre" by Richard Hall (with two photos, including one of Heikko Kerin and Jim Krestalude in the production of "Love Match *article "The New Censorship and Repression" by John Rechy; *rear page advertisement for Harvey Milk and Scott.