Item #19866 Early Collection Lesbian, and Bisexual Pulp Novels 1950's and 60s. Bisexual LGBTQ Pulp Collection.
Early Collection Lesbian, and Bisexual Pulp Novels 1950's and 60s

Early Collection Lesbian, and Bisexual Pulp Novels 1950's and 60s

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[LGBTQ Pulp] Archive of books that explore LGBTQ themes in a time where pulps were the only medium available for queer people to get a glimpse into the culture at large. These 3 early Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual pulp novels from the 1950s and 1960s cover themes of gay and lesbian and bisexual relationships in pulp style, rare for the 1950s and 1960s. Each novel is around 160 pages and measure about 4.5 x 6.5". Collection includes:

[1] All Passion Spent by Chandler Brossard. New York: Popular Library, 1954. First Edition Mass Market Paperback with Pictorial wrappers. 128 pages. Cover illustration captures three men and three women mingling amongst one another, as the women dress in vibrant dresses. The tagline reads "She was everything no girl should be". Set in "New York's Bohemian Underworld", it is a story of "...tormented people, seeking bizarre simulation in unexpected places".
[2] Teen-Age Vice! by Courtney Ryley Cooper. 1st Ed. Mass Market Paperback, with wrappers. Published by Pyramid Books. New York: Pyramid Books, Inc., 1952. Juvenile delinquent stories of drug, addiction and sex from the early the 50's, there were several reprints later.
[3] The Strangest Marriage by Brian Black. New York: Beacon-Signal Books, 1963. First Edition Mass Market paperback. 156 pages. Measures 4.25" x 7". Cover features a man embracing a woman with the tagline: "Her husbands twisted mind forced her into a warped affair.," Plot follows Julia C. as she slips into lesbianism after an encounter with her husband Jeffrey and her new lover Mackie H.

Books explore LGBTQ themes in a time where pulps were the only medium available to get a glimpse into the culture. All are in very good condition.

Item #19866

Price: $480.00

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