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Gay male pulp did not have quite the same luck. Since heterosexual women at the time were not really known for having an overly abundant thirst for man-on-man lovemaking, gay male pulp fiction was not embraced by mainstream publishing like lesbian pulp fiction was.

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gay pulp fictionAfter retirement, Gunn began his research into the gay male mystery and pulp fiction genres. Gunn is also the author of several articles and other books including Mexico in American and British Letters (Scarecrow, 1974) and Tennessee Williams (Scarecrow, 1980; 2nd ed., 1991). History of Gay Male Mystery and Pulp Fiction Genres

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gay pulp fictionGay Pulp Fiction A growing collection of over 4,600 volumes of gay men's pulp fiction. A small number of lesbian-interest titles are included.The collection began with the acquisition of a large private collection and has been supplemented by works from two other collections of gay literature, the Scott O'Hara Papers, and the James Jackson bequest.

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The gay pulps of the 1960s served as a liberating force for gay men, who for the first time saw mostly positive representations of gay sex and identity in their pages. Samuel M. Steward began writing gay pulp fiction under the pseudonym Phil Andros in the early 1960s and became a unique and abiding voice in the burgeoning genre.

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The Gay Pulp Fiction Collection consists of over 1,100 fictions titles in mass market paperback form on male homosexual and bisexual themes, published from the 1940's through the 1990's.

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The rise and fall of gay pulp fiction is the topic of The Golden Age of Gay Fiction and 1960s Gay Pulp Fiction, both edited by Drewey Wayne Gunn. In his introduction to the first book, Gunn wrote about the historical importance of fiction that was 'for, by, about and out' gay men.

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gay pulp fictionWhile "gay" is often used to refer to gay men, as opposed to lesbians, gay is also used to refer to anyone of either gender who is homosexual--so I inserted the word male to make it immediately clear that this was fiction about gay men, not lesbians. But I agree with the change to "gay pulp fiction" if no one else thinks this is a significant

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gay pulp fictionThe rise and fall of gay pulp fiction is the topic of The Golden Age of Gay Fiction and 1960s Gay Pulp Fiction, both edited by Drewey Wayne Gunn. In his introduction to the first book, Gunn wrote about the historical importance of fiction that was 'for, by, about and out' gay men.