Flashpoint: Gay Male Sexual Writing
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Flashpoint: Gay Male Sexual Writing

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A collection of the most compelling, provocative testaments to gay eros. Longtime cultural critic Michael Bronski (Culture Clash: The Making of Gay Sensibility) presents over twenty of the genre's best writers, exploring areas such as Enlightenment, Violence, True Life Adventures and more. Includes work by Christopher Bram, Samuel R. Delany, Aaron Travis and many others.
Paperback, 430 pages
Published August 15th 1998 by Badboy (first published October 31st 1996)
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Michael Bronski has written extensively on LGBT issues for four decades. He has published widely in the LGBT and mainstream press and his work appears in numerous anthologies. He is a Senior Lecturer in Women’s and Gender Studies and Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College.
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