1 Viva la diferencia gay! A Latino LGBT List TERMS: We reserve titles ordered by phone, or fax for 10 days. Individuals can remit by check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover (Novus). Credit cards are accepted for phone orders; please have your card number and expiration date available when ordering. Catalog prices do not include postage. For media mail, add $3.50 for the first book and $1.00 per additional book. If you prefer delivery via priority mail, please add $12.35 for a domestic flat rate USPS box, or $10.50 for one pound UPS Ground within the US and $1.00 per additional book. Foreign first class international or priority shipping will be charged at cost. California customers please add applicable sales tax. Libraries may request items to be shipped and billed. We are happy to hold items awaiting Purchase Orders. Foreign customers may remit in US dollars with a check drawn upon a US-based bank, or by credit card. All listings are subject to prior sale. CONDITION: Unless otherwise noted, all described titles are in very good or better condition. Books may be returned for any reason. Our web site, has an upgraded search engine and secure ordering. You can sign up to receive an automatic update of new acquisitions in chosen subject areas, or contact us at the store if you need assistance to register. 1. AIDS & society International research and policy bulletin, vol. 3, no. 2 January/February Hanover: African-Caribbean Institute, p., including covers, 8.5x11 inches, very good in stapled wraps. Paperback. (#168672) $15.00 Article by Bridget Mazur on the Cuba experience. 2. The Black Cat Cafe; "Bohemia of the Barbary Coast" / Featuring "Jose" Sarria. San Francisco: the Cafe, n.d.. 3.5x2.75 inch business card for manager Travis Dick, with a Dick drawing of an inebriated black cat. Telephone number given as SUtter (#102724) $ Catalyst: a socialist journal of the social sciences. Special issue; Lesbian and gay issues in the social services. Volume III, number 4, whole number 12. New York: Institute for Social Service Alternatives, p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#35009) $12.00 Includes materials on gay blacks and Hispanics. 4. Centro; volume VI, numbers 1 & 2, double issue, spring Issue title: Puerto Ricans and AIDS: it's time to act! New York: Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, ISBN: p., bilingual texts in Spanish and English, illustrations, photos, tables, figures, very good bulletin/journal, oversized trade paperback in black pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#162033) $22.00 Entire issue on AIDS and Puerto Ricans. 5. Chile; poesías y canciones cautivas; poems and songs of captivity. San Francisco: OPHRICH Office for Political Prisoners and Human Rights in Chile, . [72p]5.25x8.5 inches, introduction, glossary, illustrations, text in English and Spanish on facing pages, lightly soiled, ownership name, stapled pictorial wraps. (#127503) $25.00 Collective work translated by a group of gay male cultural workers.
2 6. Conmoción; #3, revista y red revolucionaria de lesbianas latinas. Miami Beach: Conmoción, p., 8.5x11 inches illustrations, very good first edition magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. (#90841) $ Divas fever, cholos forever: Hispanic American drag photo collection. [Chicago]: anonymous, [1990s]. 75-4x6 inch photos, 68 b&w and 7 color, taken at several drag clubs and backstage in Chicago in the 1990s. (#175604) $45.00 According to our source, these were shot in and around Transformaciones y metamorfosis. Mario's Place, La Cueva y El Baton in Chicago. 8. Ethnic studies journal; volume III. San Francisco: College of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University, p., signed and inscribed by contributor Ernesto Garay, very good in wraps. Critical theory, immigration, more. (#148073) $ Frontera gay: vol. 1, no. 1, Febrero San Diego: Emilio Velásquez, p., folded tabloid newspaper in Spanish and illustrated with photos and ads, light wear and creasing otherwise very good. Newspaper. (#177430) $35.00 First and possibly only issue of this Spanish-language LGBT newspaper with articles on AIDS, including cover stories on Organización SIDA Tijuana. 10. Hacia una nueva politica de salud contra el SIDA; una publicacion de la Coalicion para una Politica Global contra SIDA. Cambridge, MA: the Coalicion, p., 6x9 inches, preface, introduction, conclusion, text in Spanish, fine first edition booklet in stapled printed blue wraps. (#105054) $ Heresies; vol. 2, no. 4, issue 8. Issue title: Third World women: the politics of being other. New York: Heresies Collective, p., 8.5x11", illus., wraps. Focuses primarily on Black and Hispanic women, with some material on Asian Americans. Paperback. (#22870) $ Hombres; the magazine of Latin men, volume one. San Francisco: Hombre Productions, [16p] illustrated with b&w physique photography, frontal nudity, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Magazine. (#107097) $ Jota; the Chicana lesbian body, volume 3. N. pl.: Jota, p. illustrated zine, poetry, articles, etc., wraps. (#114870) $12.00 Highly sophisticated production. 14. Lesbians and Gays in Cuba / Lesbianas y gays en Cuba [handbill]. San Francisco: Queers for Cuba, . 8.5x11 inch sheet, printed both sides, bilibgual text; small stain at bottom. (#181363) $15.00
3 Portrays the situation in Cuba as progressive for gays and lesbians and people with AIDS, and urges people in the US to learn from the Cuban Revolution on broader questions of social justice. Undated, but mentions the 1991 play "La Catedral de Helado" as having been staged "earlier this year." 15. La libertad homosexual se honra en San Francisco, in Tiepo, año 4 - vol 130, Julio 1, San Francisco: El Tiempo, Cover photo + 2p. Photo-spread in the 28p. tabloid newspaper, which covered local news as well as stories from Mexico and Central America, wraps. (#156925) $ Segundo Festival de Diversidad Sexual Juvenil de la Ciudad de México [souvenir program]. Mexico City: Altarte y Nueva Generación de Jóvenes Lesbianas, p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with photos and ads, text in Spanish, event program, very good program in stapled pictorial wraps. (#179377) $ Wonderland; Alameda County Imperial Empire coronation '81. Oakland: the Empire, [32p] 8.5x11 inches, illustrated event program slightly worn wraps. (#93795) $25.00 Interesting in part because of the level of Latino participation. 18. Abreu Felippe, José. Orestes de noche. Madrid: Editorial Playor, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, very good first edition in original pictorial wraps. Includes a two-page introduction by Reinaldo Arenas. Cuban poet, living in Spanish exile. (#85177) $ ACT UP San Francisco. Resurrection cocktail. San Francisco: ACT UP / SF, [36p] very good in stapled wraps. Zine published by the resurrected ACT UP / SF which was revived in February (#176463) $15.00 Discusses direct actions taken during 2012 and early 2013, mostly against drug companies and outlines future plans. Includes a section on undocumented immigrants and AIDS care reform. 20. Adoum, Alejandra, ed. VIH/SIDA; diciéndolo tal como es. Quito, Ecuador: FEDAEPS, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, illustrations, graphs and charts, very good first edition in pictorial wraps. (#135755) $ Afanador, Ruven, introduction by Jean-Paul Gaultier. Sombra. London: Merrell, ISBN: unpaginated, 11.75x14.75 inches, photographic monograph of images of nude young men playing with femininity, solarization, decoration, and other camera tricks, very good first edition in cloth and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#177135) $45.00 Colombian-born and raised artist living and working in the US. 22. Alabau, Magaly, illustrations by Larry Steckman. La extremaunción diaria; poemas. Barcelona: Ediciones Rondas, p., text in Spanish, illustrations, very good first edition trade paperback in lightly-soiled pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#54011) $20.00
4 Cuban American poet whose work deals with gender and lesbian themes. She is living in exile. 23. Alarcón, Franciso X. From the other side of night;/del otro lado de la noche; new and selected poems, with a selection of translations by Francisco Aragón. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, ISBN: 08/ xv, 218p., publicity sheets laid in, bilingual text in Spanish and English, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#161618) $12.00 Gay Chicano poet/educator living in California. 24. Algarín, Miguel. Body bee calling (from the 21st century). Houston: Arte Público Press, ISBN: p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#84650) $15.00 Afro-Puerto Rican poet and co-founder of the Nuyorican Poets Café. 25. Alvarez, Aldo. Interesting monsters; Fictions. Saint Pual: Greywolf Press, ISBN: p., signed by the author, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#134950) $12.00 Gay Puerto Rican author. 26. Anonymous, [Victor J. Banis, editor]. The second Tijuana bible reader. San Diego: Greenleaf Classics, p., very good first edition PBO trade paperback in red & white camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Greenleaf Classic GL 103. Paperback. (#101183) $ Anti-Intervention Contingent, Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Parade. [Three items]. San Francisco: the Contingent; Lesbians and Gays Against Intervention in Latin America and the Caribbean, Three 8.5x11 inch handbills associated with the Contingent, all very good. Includes the following: a handbill advertising the contingent, explaining its focus on opposing US involvement in Central America; a lyrics sheet with words to the chants the contingent used in the parade; and an internal record sheet which records lack of success selling Frontline newspapers at the event. Also included are two handbills from the Workers World Party and Freedom Socialist Party on LGBT issues distributed at the same parade. (#180116) $35.00 Activists affiliated with the Line of March organization canvassed the contingent and filed the report included here, which noted under "Forces involved" that they "Concentrated on Harvey Milk Dem. Club - Hart supporters. All white, mostly male, YUPPIES." No papers sold, though they managed to hand out 20 promo brochures for Frontline. The five-section report sheet is an interesting example of how LOM activists systematically recorded public efforts and responses to them. 28. Arenas, Reinaldo, translated by Andrew Hurley. The assault. New York: Viking, ISBN: p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#35218) $ Arenas, Reinaldo, translated by Dolores M. Koch. Before night falls. New York: Viking, p., very good advance uncorrected proof, publicity slip laid in, pictorial wraps.
5 Paperback. (#31632) $25.00 Memoir by the Cuban American author confronting his homosexuality. He found an unsympathetic reception in the US. Arenas developed AIDS before taking his own life in Arenas, Reinaldo. El mundo alucinante. Barcelona: Montesinos, ISBN: x. 249p., text in Spanish, first Spanish edition thus, trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#179506) $ Arenas, Reinaldo, translated by Andrew Hurley. Farewell to the sea; a novel of Cuba. New York: Viking, ISBN: p., very good first US edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#20532) $ Arenas, Reinaldo. Old Rosa; a novel in two stories, translated from the Spanish by Ann Tashi Slater and Andrew Hurley. New York: Grove Press, ISBN: p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. (#14913) $ Arenas, Reinaldo, traduit de l'espagnol par Didier Coste. Le palais des très blanches moufettes. Paries: éditions du Seuil, p., text in French, very good first French edition of "Palace of the White Skunks," trade paperback in printed wraps. Paperback. (#126984) $ Arenas, Reinaldo, translated by Andrew Hurley. The palace of white skunks. New York: Viking, ISBN: p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj Cuban American novelist. Hardcover. (#12595) $15.00 Second volume of the quintet which began with his banned Cuban book, "Singing from the Well" and followed by "Farewell to the Sea." Cuban American novelist. 35. Arenas, Reinaldo, translated by Andrew Hurley. Singing from the well. New York: Viking, ISBN: p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#16223) $12.00 Cuban American novelist. This was his first novel, meant to be the beginning of a semiautobiographical series of 5 books of which "Farewell to the Sea" was the third book but the first to be published in English. The book was banned in Cuba and he has not published in Cuba since. 36. Arévalo Martínez, Rafael. El mundo de los maharachías. Guatemala City: self-published, printed by Union Tipografica, p., unopened pages, text in Spanish, very good first edition in pictorial wraps. Debut novel based on material/spiritual dualisms, corresponding to the male/female principle in one body. (#85184) $50.00 "Guatemala's most important modernist writer" (Foster, Latin American Writers on Gay and Lesbian Themes, page 36) developed a complex spiritual philosophy of love that encompassed and transcended body sexuality. 37. Aristeguieta, Jean. Los espijismos. Caracas: Cuadernos Literarios de la Asociacion de Escritores Venezolanos, p., inscribed and signed by the Venezuelan lesbian poet, text it
6 Spanish, very good first edition, small trade paper wraps. Aristeguieta is not listed in Foster Paperback. (#68187) $ Aristeguieta, Jean. Taller de magia (Sevilla). Madrid: n. pub., p., frontis-portrait, very good first edition, 4.5x6.5 inches, stapled printed wraps. Includes a full-page drawing of Aristeguieta, who is not listed in Foster, by Loly Sánchez, inscribed and signed by the Venezuelan lesbian poet. (#68185) $ Aristeguieta, Jean. Viaje maravilloso (Andes avenezolanos). Caracas: Lirica Hispana, p., inscribed and signed by the Venezuelan lesbian writer, text in Spanish, very good first edition, green die-cut wraps. (#68184) $40.00 Travel writing and poetry not in Foster 40. Arroyo, Rane. The portable famine. Kansas City: BkMk Press/University of Missouri- Kansas City, ISBN: p., review sheets laid in, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#124162) $12.00 The Gay Puerto Rican poet tackles themes of empire, colonialism, exile and globalization. 41. Barba Jordi, Jaime Eloy. Las mercaderes del alba; poemas. N. pl.: self-published by the author, p., 7x8.25 inches, text in Spanish, very good first edition in cream stapled wraps. (#39816) $25.00 The Cuban American poet includes "A una Lesbiana"(p )He took political refuge in Miami in Barber, William, illustrated by Martin Izquierdo. Abyss; a collection of poems, South San Francisco: Self-published, distributed by Farout Press c/o Manroot, p., introduction, illustrations, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Young 173* Paperback. (#16623) $ Barrera, Frankie. The diary of Baby Chulo. Sacramento: Popol Vuh Press, ISBN: p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#180063) $20.00 Semi-autobiographical Gay Latino novel by San Francisco native set in SF. 44. Bautista, Juan Carlos. Lenguas en erección. Cuauhtémoc : Quimera, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, fine first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Colección Bitácoras. Paperback. (#179381) $ Bayly, Jaime. Los amigos que perdi. Lima: Alfaguera, p., first edition, wraps. Paperback. (#146383) $18.00 Novel by the controversial Peruvian bisexual author.
7 46. Bayly, Jaime. El huracan lleva to nombre. Barcelona: Planeta, ISBN: x. 200p., text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#146580) $25.00 Novel. 47. Bayly, Jaime. Yo amo a mi mami. Lima: Adobe Editores, p., first edition, wraps. Paperback. (#146378) $45.00 First appearance of the controversial Peruvian bisexual author's novel. 48. Beal, M. F. Angel dance; a thriller. New York: Daughters Publishing Co., ISBN: p., first edition, slightly worn wraps. (#25294) $15.00 Lesbian detective novel with a Chicana protagonist. Grier A*** 49. Bianco, José. La pérdida del reino. Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Economica, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, one of 2,000 copies,very good second edition in boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#67776) $11.00 First published in Bianco's only full-length novel, in which "he narrative turns on homosexual desire that is never acted upon..." -Foster, Latin American Writers on Gay and Lesbian Themes, p Blanco Mamani, Elías. Jaime Saenz; el ángel solitario y jubiloso de a noche, apuntes para una historia de vida. La Paz: Govierno Municipal de La Paz, p., 7x10.75 inches, illustrations, text in Spanish, very good first edition slim trade paperback in pictorial wraps (photo of Saenz in tocque and dark glasses ala Hamm in Endgame) Paperback. (#50572) $ Blanco, José Joaquín. El castigador. Mexico City: Ediciones Era, ISBN: p., one of 2,000 copies, text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. (#69476) $15.00 Stories of gay life in Mexico City, by the journalist/author. 52. Blanco, José Joaquín. Garañón de la luna. Mexico City: Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, ISBN: p., 4.25x6.5 inches, text in Spanish, fine first edition limited to 1,000 copies, slim trade paperback in green pictorial wraps. Poetry. Colección Molinos de Viento 83, Serie Poesía. Paperback. (#36014) $30.00 Blanco, one of Mexico's most prolific journalist, portrays Mexican urban life, including the 'overt assumption of a homosexual identity...'. - Foster, Latin American Writers, p Borderlands Theater, Debra J. T. Padilla. Borderlands Theater- publicity packet. Tucson: Borderlands Theater, Black folder with Padilla's card stapled front containing a 24 page program for the season with production information and local ads, a large folded handbill/flier with the season productions listed and illustrated, a smaller leaflet on glossy paper reproducing a letter from the producing director, 22 photocopied sheets of reviews from the previous season. (#181443)
8 $20.00 The season included "My Visits with MGM (My Grandmother Marta)" by Edit Villarreal, "The Normal Heart" by Larry Kramer and "Fuente Ovejuna" by Lope de Vega. 54. Borer, Alain. Rimbaud en Abisinia. Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Económica, ISBN: p., one of 2,000 copies, text in Spanish, first Mexican edition, wraps. Lengua y Estudios Literarios. Paperback. (#63222) $12.00 Translation of "Rimbaud en Abyssinie" 55. Burnham, Linda, comp. Women of color; organizations & projects, a national directory. Oakland: The Women of Color Resource Center, vii, 100p., spiral-bound wraps, very good. Includes annotated listings of organizational goals and projects. (#160852) $ Caballero, Luis. Large-scale drawings; June 4-28, New York: Nora Haime Gallery, [64p] 12x9 inches, profusely illustrated with the homoerotic paintings and drawings of the Franco-Colombian artist, french-fold wraps. Paperback. (#90010) $ Cabrera Infante, Guillermo, translated from the Spanish by Suzanne Jill Levine. View of dawn in the tropics. New York: Harper & Row, ISBN: p., remainder mark bottom edge, otherwise a very good first US edition in cloth-backed boards and lightly-worn unclipped dj with small closed tears. (#68566) $22.00 "While it is important to analyze homo-eroticism in... Cabrera Infante... this reading should connect homo-eroticism not only to the persecution of homosexuals in Cuba but also to the homophobia in Cuban society at large." - Foster, p. xxx. 58. Cabrera Infante, Guillermo, translated from the Cuban by Donald Gardner and Suzanne Jill Levine in collaboration with the author. Three trapped tigers. New York: Harper & Row, ISBN: p., previous owner's scrawled signature on the verso of the half-title page, top edge with three small stains not penetrating interior, and a short line of candle wax on the bottom margin of one cloth board; first US edition, heavily-clipped dj. (#102225) $30.00 Author's scarce first book. The author's prize-winning novel of Havana nightlife -- black musicians, gays, artists, and more. 59. Camacho-Gingerich, Alina. La cosmovision poetica de Jose Lezama Lima en 'Paradiso' y 'Oppiano Licario'. Miami: Ediciones Universal, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#32972) $25.00 The Cuban American literary historian's study of the great Cuban poet. 60. Campo, Rafael. Diva. Durham: Duke University Press, ISBN: ix, 98p., review sheet laid in, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Gay Cuban American poet. Paperback. (#136426) $12.00
9 61. Campo, Rafael. The other man was me: a voyage to the new world. Houston: Arte Público Press, ISBN: p., very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#122542) $20.00 Debut poetry collection from the gay Cuban American poet. 62. Campo, Rafael. The poetry of healing; a doctor's education in empathy, identity, and desire. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, ISBN: p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped lightly soiled dj. Hardcover. (#130545) $12.00 Memoir by the gay Cuban American poet/physician. 63. Campo, Rafael. What the body told (poems). Durham: Duke University Press, ISBN: p. very good first edition in cloth boards. Hardcover. (#106881) $18.00 Gay Cuban American poet. 64. Cantor, Erik Werner. Homofobia y convivencia en el escuela. Bogota: Editorial Kimpres, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, bibliography, fine first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#179376) $30.00 On persecution and violence against LGBT students. 65. Cantor, Erik Werner. Los rostros de la homofobia en Bogotá: des-cifrando la situación de derechos humanos de homosexuales, lesbianas, y transgeneristas. Bogota: Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, ISBN: p., introduction, conclusions, bibliography, text in Spanish, illustrated with photos, artworks, graphs and tables, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#179469) $ Caschetta, Mary Beth. Lucy on the west coast and other short lesbian fiction. Los Angeles: Alyson Publications, ISBN: p., first printing, dj. (#103741) $12.00 The title story has a Puerto Rican lesbian protagonist. 67. Castillo, Ana. Loverboys; stories. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, ISBN: p., signed by Castillo on the title page, very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#120420) $ Castro, Maricruz y Aline Pettersson, editoras. Josefina Vicens: un vacío siempre lleno. Toluca: Tecnológico de Monterrey/Conaculta.Fonca, ISBN: p., presentación, introducción, poemas, bibliografia, photos, text in Spanish, very good first edition in original pictorial wraps. Personal inscription signed and dated February 2007 by the editor Maricruz Castro. Colección Desbordar el Canon. (#115339) $45.00 A collection of essays on Vicens, a major figure in Mexican literature, feminist, possibly lesbian, outspoken radical.
10 69. Chávez-Silverman, Susana. Scenes from la cuenca de Los Angeles y otros natural disasters. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, ISBN: xvi, 169p., press release for the book laid in, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#144096) $12.00 Chávez-Silverman experiment in creating a bilingual idiom shifting between Spanish and English in retelling her memories. Lesbian love interest. 70. Chavez, Denise. Loving Pedro Infante; a novel. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, ISBN: p., with two color photos of her at a reading laid in, very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. Signed on title page and then signed and inscribed "... In memory of the Pedro's we've known!" by the Chicana author, Hardcover. (#71799) $ Chávez, Denise, introduction by Rudolfo A. Anaya. The last of the menu girls. Houston: Arte Público Press, ISBN: p., signed by Chavez and dated 1986, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#149524) $25.00 Stories. The New Mexico author's first book. 72. Clausen, Jan et al, editors, Cherrie Moraga, Linda Hogan, Chrystos et al. Conditions: eight: a magazine of writing by women with an emphasis on writing by lesbians. Brooklyn: New York, p., [xxiii] ads, illustrations, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Vol. III, No. 2, Spring Paperback. (#14717) $15.00 Includes poetry by Cherríe Moraga and a 20p. prose piece ("El Paisano is a Bird of Good Omen") by Gloria Anzaldúa. 73. Conner, Robert. Cut to the bone. Los Angeles: Alyson Books, ISBN: x. 201p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. (#163659) $12.00 Mystery and adventure set among Mexican drug cartel lovers. Gunn pages Cortez, Jaime, editor, Patick "Pato" Hebert, Jaime Cortez, Drub et al. Turnover; a collection of HIV prevention comics. Los Angeles: The Institute for Gay Men's Health, ISBN: p., 8x10 inch comic in metallic silver wraps, coated paperstock throughout, with contributions by Pato Hebert, Enzo Ybarra, and others. (#113878) $ Cunningham, Ineke, et. al. El SIDA en Puerto Rico; acercamientos multidisciplinarios. Río Piedras: Universidad de Puerto Rico, p., highlighting in first 20pp., wraps somewhat worn with small creases and a few pen notes on verso of front. (#162441) $ Debroise, Olivier. En todas partes, ninguna. Mexico City: Océano, ISBN: x. 121p., text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#179477) $30.00
11 77. Delgado-Figueroa, J. A month of April firsts. San Jose,CA: Writers Club Press, ISBN: p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#164050) $25.00 The Puerto Rican writer's "thirty-day dose of his relationships with other men," all of which so far being April Fool days. 78. Diez Canseco, Jose. Estampas mulatas. Lima: Editorial Universo, p., first edition thus, pocket-size wraps. Paperback. (#56695) $20.00 Tomás Escajadillo's introduction to this new edition of Diez Canseco's 1930 stories focusing of Afro- Peruvian urban dwellers, also deals with the author's treatment of homosexuality. 79. Donoso, José. Hístoria personal del 'boom'; nueva edición con apéndice del autor seguido de El 'boom' doméstico por María Pilar Serrano. Buenos Aires: Planets, ISBN: p. text in Spanish, very good first edition thus, trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#21410) $20.00 See Foster, Latin American Writers on Gay and Lesbian Themes, p Donoso was a selfimposed Chilean exile living in Mexico and the US who returned to Chile. 80. Elston, Rick. Ramon's story. San Diego: Los Hombres Press, ISBN: p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#22905) $12.00 The Ramon of the story, a gay Mexican American immigrant, overcame alcoholism to become a successful businessman. The author, an HIV-positive anthropologist, has written on recovery topics. 81. Enríquez, José Ramon. Tres ceremonias (Jubileo, Alicia, La Parela). Mexico City: UNAM, ISBN: p., one of 1,000 copies, text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in white pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#63264) $25.00 Three plays, with gay content. 82. Enríquez, José Ramon, editor. El homosexual ante la sociedad enferma. Barcelona: Tusquets Editor, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, very good first mass-market paperback edition in pictorial wraps. Series Los Liberarios 11, volumen 25. Paperback. (#44596) $25.00 Covers various aspects of the gay and lesbian movement, with a bibliography. 83. Erauso, Catalina de. Lieutenant nun; memoir of a Basque transvestite in the new world, translated from the Spanish by Micele Stepto and Cabriel Stepto, foreword by Marjorie Garber. Boston: Beacon Press, ISBN: xlvii, 80p., second printing, dj. (#44386) $ Escamill, Edna. Daughter of the mountain; un cuento. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Books, p., first printing, wraps. (#26197) $15.00
12 85. Espinasa, José María, Guillermo Fernández, Rubén Bonifaz Nuño et al. Periodico de poesia Mayo/Junio 1987; La soledad en Luis Cernuda. Mexico City: UNAM, p. article in the 24p. folded tabloid newspaper, text in Spanish, decorative illustrations, stiff printed stock. Newspaper. (#99247) $ Esquivel, Rosa. Amor a la vida; confesiones íntimas de enfermos de sida. Mexico City: Ediciones del Mileno, ISBN: p., one of 2,000 copies, text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in blue pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#47874) $15.00 AIDS writings by its victims, with commentary by Esquivel. 87. Fernández Olmos, Margarite & Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert, eds. Pleasure in the word; erotic writings by Latin American women. Fredonia, NY: White Pine Press, p., first printing, dj. Includes several Puerto Rican writers among contributors from the entire western hemisphere. Lesbian content. (#141018) $ Fernandez Sosa, Luis F. Jose Lezama Lima y la critica anagogica. Miami: Ediciones Universal, p., text in Spanish, illustrations, bibliography, appendix, very good first edition trade paperback in silver printed wraps. Paperback. (#32971) $25.00 The author of this study is a Cuban American professor of Spanish American literature. 89. Flores-Williams, Jason. The last stand of Mr. America. San Francisco: Caught Inside Press, p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#73467) $20.00 "Through sex club transgendered dementia, a heterosexual liberates himself to find meaning in empty America." - rear wrap. 90. Flores-Williams, Jason. The last stand of Mr. America. Edinburgh: Canongate, ISBN: p., very good first UK edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#74294) $18.00 "Through sex club transgendered dementia, a heterosexual liberates himself to find meaning in empty America." - from the rear wrap of the Caught Hanging edition. 91. Forté-Escamilla, Kleya. Mada. Toronto: Sister Vision, p., wraps. (#32048) $18.00 Lesbian novel by the Chicana writer. 92. Foster, David William. Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American writing. Austin: University of Texas Press, ISBN: ix, 178p., preface, introduction, conclusions, noted, translations, bibliography, index, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. The Texas Pan American Series. Paperback. (#28936) $11.00
13 93. Foster, David William. Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American writing. Austin: University of Texas Press, ISBN: ix, 178p., preface, introduction, notes, bibliography, index, very good first edition in cloth and unclipped dj. Texas Pan American Series. Hardcover. (#40757) $ Foster, David William. Sexual Textualities: Essays on Queer/Ing Latin American Writing. Austin: The University of Texas, ISBN: xii, 180p., very good hardcover. (#159026) $ Foster, William David. Queer issues in contemporary Latin American cinema. Austin: University of Texas Press, ISBN: xix, 186p., preface, notes, references, filmography, bibliography, index, illustrated in-text with small b&w film stills, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#176593) $ Galindo, Rudy. Icebreaker; the autobiography of Rudy Galindo, with Eric Marcus. New York: Pocket Books, xi, 255p. + 8p. photos, inscribed and signed by the gay Mexican American ice skating champion, first printing, dj. Autobiography. (#82767) $ García Ramos, Reinaldo. Caverna fiel. Madrid: Editorial Verbum, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, poems, very good first edition slim trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#179150) $25.00 García Ramosis a Cuban exile poet who was a member of Ediciones El Puente (The Bridge) which was accused of fostering homosexuality. He was a friend of Reinaldo Arenas and appears in a documentary on Cuban repression of homosexuals. 98. Garcia-Valdivieso, Gonzalo. Arco iris en el tiempo: salgamos del clóset. Bogatá: Icono, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#179379) $20.00 On the gay community in Colombia. 99. Garcia, Luis. Mr. Menu. San Francisco: Kayak Press, p., 6.5x8 inches, first edition limited to 700 copies, illustrated with drawings, very good in stapled decorative wraps. Some gay content. Young 1342 (#13123) $ Gaspar de Alba, Alicia. The mystery of survival and other stories. Tempe: Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, p., inscribed; tithings from a Chicana dyke signed by the El Paso writer with a post-it describing her next book attached, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#56111) $25.00
14 101. Gaspar de Alba, Alicia. Sor Juana's second dream; a novel. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, ISBN: ix, 464p., first edition, dj. (#107137) $22.00 Novel based on the life of Sor Juana by the Chicana writer from El Paso Gaspar de Alba, Alicia, María Herrera-Sobek and Demetria Martínez. Three times a woman; Chicana poetry. Tempe: Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, ISBN: p., wraps with some soiling and spotting on back cover. Martinez' first book publication. (#45584) $ Gómez-Vega, Ibis. Send my roots rain. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Books, ISBN: p., first printing, wraps. (#25118) $12.00 Cuban American novelist, lesbian themes Gomez, Lorenzo. Ironmen. Berlin: Bruno Gmünder Verlag, ISBN: unpaginated, 8.5x11.25 inches, profusely illustrated with color photos of nude muscular young men, fine first edition in pictorial boards. (#158949) $ González de Alba, Luis. El sol de la tarde. Cuauhtemóc: Sergio José Rodríguez Téller, Quimera Ediciones, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, fine first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Colección Thélema. Paperback. (#179954) $25.00 Novel of two occasional lovers with reference to the poetry of Cavafy González, Reynaldo. Lezema Lima: el ingenuo culpable. Havana: Editorial Letras Cubanas, p. + 22p. appendix, wraps. (#58469) $ [Grape boycott]. Boycott grapes (pinback button). n.p., n.d inch diameter pin, very good, with black UFW eagle superimposed on pink triangle, inscription in white letters around. (#161888) $15.00 Pin showing Gay and Lesbian support for the United Farmworkers Gronowski, Paul, cover illustration by Adam. The secret in the Argentine jungle. Santee: The Blueboy Library, p. + ads, very good first edition PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Gunn page 153. Blueboy Library Paperback. (#141845) $30.00 Undercover agent Jack Hoover stationed in Buenos Aires versus Nazi clones of Hitler Guerra, Erasmo, editor Latin lovers; true stories of Latin men in love. New York: Painted Leaf Press, ISBN: p., first printing, very good in wraps. (#96022) $25.00
15 110. Guerrero, Natividad. La educación sexual en la joven generación. Havana: Editora Politica, p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with photos and tables, text in Spanish,, slightly creased stapled pictorial wraps. With some material on homosexuality. (#111112) $ Guerrero, Natividad and Olga Cecilia García. SIDA; desde los afectos;* una invitación a la reflexión. Havana: Casa Editora Abril, p., wraps. (#138228) $ Gulmarães, Carmen Dora. O homosexual visto por entendidos. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Garamond, ISBN: p., preface, footnotes, bibliography, text in Portuguese, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Coleção Sexualidade, Gênero e Sociedade, Homosseualidade y Cultura. Paperback. (#179467) $ Hardy, Jan, editor, contributions by Tee Corinne, S.J. Miranda et al Wanting women; an anthology of erotic lesbian poetry. Pittsburgh: Sidewalk Revolution Press, ISBN: p., wraps. (#51626) $ Harrington, Imani and Churell D. Bellamy, eds. Positive negative; women of color and HIV/AIDS, a collection of plays. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Books, ISBN: p., first printing, wraps. (#130033) $ HAVOQ. Undoing borders: a queer manifesto. [San Francisco]: HAVOQ/Pride at Work SF Chapter, p. including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, photosd, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. (#176981) $20.00 The SF Chapter of Pride at Work organize to break down the borders between the US and Mexico, fighting for the freedom to migrate and work in the US but also fighting racism and homophobia within the labor movement Hernández Santos, Eduardo and Abel Sierra. El Muro; the wall. Havana/Florence: Red Trilllium Press, (32p.) 13.75x9 inches oblong, texts in English and Spanish, illustrated with 10 tryptich photographic plates printed on Shine luminous mica-coated, acid-free paper with 3 translucent magenta paper separators, glossary, essays, phrases, bound in semi-concealed wire-o binding, pictorial stiff wraps, fine signed limited edition of 50 copies with two pigmented ink signed portraits in covers with translucent protectors laid-in, exhibition brochure laid-in enclosed in fine cloth clamshell box with spine title label affixed. (#171429) $ Special limited edition with signed book and original photo prints. The Cuban photographer's photos of Havana transvestites, gays and male hookers who gather at the seawall along the Malecón waterfront Hernández, Alfonso C. The false advent of Mary's child and other plays (Every Family Has One & The Imperfect Bachelor). Berkeley: Editorial Justa Publications Inc., ISBN: iii, 153p. + 6p. of sheet music, three plays, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#164909) $45.00
16 Religion, sexuality, satire, homosexuality are themes running through these three Chicano plays Hernández, Juan Jacobo, editor, Herb Ritts. Del otro lado: la revista gay de México y América Latina, número 1/1992. México: CIDHOM/DEL, p., 8.5x11 inches, text in Spanish, illustrated with art, photos, ads, erotc poster/calendar centerfold laid-in, 5 page Herb Ritts layout in b&w, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Magazine. (#177185) $ Isherwood, Christopher, illustrated from photographs by William Caskey. The condor and the cows; London: Methuen & Co., xv, 195p. + 64p. photographs, good first UK edition in cloth and worn, chipped dj. (#11166) $ Islas, Arturo. Migrant souls; a novel. New York: William Morrow and Company, ISBN: p., personal inscription signed by Islas,, tiny stain on fore edge, otherwise very good first edition, in cloth-backed boards and dj. Hardcover. (#102181) $25.00 Second novel by the Chicano author, set in El Paso, contains gay as well as Chicano themes Islas, Arturo. The rain god; a desert tale. Palo Alto: Alexandrian Press, ISBN: p., personal inscription signed by the author, lightly-worn, rubbed first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#15376) $25.00 This debut novel contains a major character who is gay Islas, Arturo. The rain god; a desert tale. Palo Alto: Palo Alto, Alexandrian Press, ISBN: p., very good first edition, inscribed and signed by Islas on the dedication page, in a slightly edge worn dj with the original price intact on fhe front flap. Hardcover. (#27996) $ Islas, Arturo. The rain god; a desert tale. Palo Alto: Alexandrian Press, ISBN: p., personal inscription signed by the late author, very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#30109) $ Jackson, Christopher. Manuel. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p., very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. Young (#16118) $ Jay, Karla and Allen Young, editors. Out of the closets; voices of gay liberation. New York: Links Books, ISBN: x. 403p., foreword, selected gay bibliography, international directory of gay organizations, very good first edition trade paperback in lightly-worn wraps. Paperback. (#29450) $11.00 Includes a chapter on the Cuban Revolution and homosexuality Jay, Karla and Allen Young, eds. Out of the closets; voices of gay liberation. New York:
17 Douglas Books, ISBN: x. 403p., foreword, selected gay bibliography, international directory of gay organizations, signed by Jay, very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#39028) $25.00 Includes a chapter on the Cuban Revolution and homosexuality Jesus, Pedro de, translated from the Spanish by Dick Cluster. Frigid tales. San Francisco: City Lights Books, ISBN: p., translator's notes, very good first US edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#97251) $15.00 Six stories by the gay Cuban writer Kevane, Bridget and Juanita Heredia, editors, Julia Alvarez, Denise Chávez, Sandra Cisneros, Cherríe Moraga et al. Latina self-portraits; interviews with contemporary women writers. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, ISBN: viii, 166p., introduction, interviews, bibliography, small remainder mark bottom edge otherwise fine first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. (#115900) $ King, Dave. Run, lez, run. El Cajon: Publisher's Export, p., very good first printing PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Lesbian pulp fiction. French Line 65. (#146177) $25.00 Lesbian sex for straight guys set in Cuba Laguarda, Rodrigo. Ser gay en la Ciudad de México: lucha de representaciones y apropiación de una identidad, Mexico City: Instituto de Mora, ISBN: p., text in Spanish, very good reprint trade paperback in pictorial wraps. (#179957) $ Lane, Eric and Nina Shengold, editors, Steven Dietz, Craig Lucas, Paula Vogels, The Five Lesbian Brothers et al. The actor's book of gay and lesbian plays. New York: Penguin Books, ISBN: xi, 544p., preface, contributors notes, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#126246) $12.00 Steven Dietz, Craig Lucas, Susan Miller, Cherríe Moraga, Joe Pintauro, Edwin Sánchez, Shay Youngblood and more Lemus, Felicia Luna. Trace elements of random tea parties. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, ISBN: p., first printing, dj with Ana Castillo blurb. (#120519) $15.00 Lesbian novel of postpunk Los Angeles, with a Latina protagonist Leyland, Winston, editor, translated by Erskine.Lane et al Now the volcano; an anthology of Latin American gay literature. San Francisco: Gay Sunshine Press, p., first edition, slightly worn wraps. (#1116) $20.00 Selections from Mexico, Brazil and Columbia.
18 134. Leyland, Winston, editor, Manuel Puig, Reinaldo Arenas, et al, translated from the Spanish and Portuguese by E. A. Lacey. My deep dark pain is love; a collection of Latin American gay fiction. San Francisco: Gay Sunshine Press, ISBN: p., foreword, translator's introduction, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#21121) $ Leyland, Winston, editor, Manuel Puig, Reinaldo Arenas, et al, translated from the Spanish and Portuguese by E. A. Lacey. My deep dark pain is love; a collection of Latin American gay fiction. San Francisco: Gay Sunshine Press, ISBN: x. 383p., erotic frontispiece, fine first edition in cloth and gilt (issued contemporaneously with the limited edition) Hardcover. (#105890) $ Lezama Lima, José. Diarios [ / ], compilación y notas de Ciro Bianchi Ross. Mexico City: Ediciones Era, p., one of 2,000 copies, first edition, wraps. (#21139) $45.00 The gay Cuban novelist, one of the key figures in twentieth century Latin American literature, remained in Cuba after the revolution until his death in Lezema Lima, José. Imagen y posibilidad; selección, prólogo y notas de Ciro Bianchi Ross. Havana: Editorial Letras Cubanas, p., first edition thus, slightly worn boards. Previously uncollected articles. (#54173) $ LLEGÓ California. LLEGÓ California presents: the second visual arts exhibit of Latino/Latina gay, lesbian & bisexual artists; June 2nd - June 30th, 1992 at the Mission Cultural Center [program]. San Francisco: LLEGÓ California, [16p] including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrations, ads, texts in English and Spanish, very good glossy program for the event in stapled pictorial white wraps. (#177387) $20.00 Dedicated to the late Rodrigo Reyes and featuring works Héctor Arias, Norma Austin, Sandra Calvo etc Lopez, Erika. Flaming iguanas; an illustrated all-girl road novel thing. New York: Simon & Schuster, ISBN: p. +[xii] illustrated throughout by the author,very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#81024) $ Lopez, Erika. They call me mad dog! A story for bitter, lonely people. New York: Simon & Schuster, ISBN: p., warm personal inscription accompanied by a smart drawing, by Lopez, who signs in her initials, printed bookmark for the book laid in, very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and dj. Hardcover. (#119473) $25.00 Gender-bender featuring Tomato Rodriguez, 'the reigning queen of motorcycle-riding, bicoastal bisexuals' - dj - sequel to Flaming Iguanas.
19 141. Lopez, Erika. They call me mad dog! A story for bitter, lonely people. New York: Simon & Schuster, ISBN: p., humorous drawing by Lopez, who signs in her initials, very good first edition in cloth-backed boards and dj. Hardcover. (#175497) $ López, Pedro Ramón. Te acuerdas de aquello, Ofi? Madrid: Playor, p., wraps. Short stories by the Cuban American writer, some with gay content. (#81854) $ Lund, Julius. Bøsserne i Havanna: Castros Cuba og de homoseksuelle. Charlottenlund: Rosinante, ISBN: p., very good in wraps; text in Danish. (#169821) $30.00 "The gays in Havana." 144. MacRae, Edward. A construção da igualdade; identidade sexual e política no Brasil da "Abertura" Campinas, SP, Brazil: Editoria da Unicamp, p., wraps with small closed tear. (#124250) $ Maleta, Otto F,. Del mal de la tarde... poemas uranianos. Madrid: Editorial Playor, p., signed by Maleta, text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#75693) $45.00 Poetry by the Cuban American exile, some with homoerotic content Manrique, Jaime [pseudonym of Manrique Adila]. Colombian gold. New York: Painted Leaf Press, p., first printing thus, very good in wraps. Paperback. (#159192) $12.00 Pseudonym of Manrique Adila, a gay Colombian American novelist/poet of African descent. This first of Manrique's works translated into English features a bisexual protagonist;; the subtitle of the Clarkson N. Potter edition notes "a novel of power and corruption, translation by Sara Nelson and Jaime Manrique" 147. Manrique, Jaime [pseudonym of Manrique Adila]. Eminent maricones; Arenas, Lorca, Puig, and me. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, ISBN: ix. 116p., very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj. Living Out: Gay and Lesbian Autobigraphies Series, Joan Larkin & David Bergman, general editors. Hardcover. (#72099) $15.00 Manrique describes the final days of his mentors Puig and Arenas, both of whom died due to AIDS 148. Manrique, Jaime[pseudonym of Manrique Adila] Latin moon in Manhattan. New York: St. Martin's Press, p., first edition, dj. (#26614) $ Martin, Ricky. Me. New York: Celebra/NAL, ISBN: p., introduction, photos, very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. Hardcover. (#170492) $12.00
20 Autobiography of the gay Latino pop star Martinez Celaya, Enrique. All the field is ours; text by Thomas MdcEvilley [exhibition October 18 - December 20, 2003]. Santa Monica: Griffin Contemporary, ISBN: p., color plates throughout and studio photography, 11x8.5 inch color wraps; a very good copy. Cuban American artist. (#166304) $ McBride, Scott. Bullfight stud. New York: Star Dist./Surey Books, p.+ads, wraps. very good first edition PBO in original camp color photo-pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Surree Stud Series SS035. Paperback. (#100537) $18.00 Mexico setting. Latino coverboy McCord, Kurt, cover by Adam. The battlefield. New York: Surey Books, 1980s. 154p., very good first edition PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Adam's Gay Readers AGR236 an Historical Book. Paperback. (#126359) $20.00 Civil war inter-racial gay sex. African American, Hispanic, Asian characters Melton, George R. Mas alla del SIDA; un viaje hacia la curacion. Buenos Aires: Errepar, p., first Argentine edition, wraps. Spanish language edition of Beyond AIDS. (#93108) $ Miles, Dennis. Born in the negative tense; illustrated by Will Roscoe. San Francisco: Vortex Press, vi, 47p., inscribed and signed by Roscoe to Harry Hay and John Burnside, one of 400 copies, wraps. NB, all leaves of the book were damp-damaged in the course of a fire at Harry and John's house, with a lot of offset staining from purple endpapers and a smoke-damaged top edge, looks kind of strange. Gay poetry by a Cuban American author. (#104221) $ Miller, Warren. 90 miles from home, the face of Cuba today. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, p., first edtition, signed by the gay novelist, dj shelf worn with some edge wear. (#138443) $ Moniz, Tomas and Jeremy Adam Smith (eds.). Rad Dad: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Fatherhood. Oakland: PM Press, ISBN: p., wraps, 5x8 inches, new. (#160830) $ Monteflores, Carmen de. Cantando bajito; singing softly, a novel. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, ISBN: p., signed and inscribed by the Puerto Ricanborn lesbian, later printing, trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Paperback. (#22906) $12.00 Caribbean novel.
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