Titanic

Fresh from both Best Gay Erotica 1997 and 1998, Jack Fritscher's 4th collection of fiction follows on the heels of the National Small Press Book Award to his 3rd collection, Rainbow County and 11 Other Stories. Titanic is a novella anchoring eleven very diverse and quite literate short stories of erotic themes. Titanic is at long last the forbidden gay love story of the most erotic cruise in history, featuring the Unsinkable Molly Brown, the...

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Stand By Your Man and Other Stories

WINNER BEST GAY EROTICA -- Richard Labonte, In Touch magazineJohn F. Karr, "Bay Area Reporter," San Francisco: This is a classic: Jack Fritscher’s "Stand By Your Man." I’ve expressed my admiration for Fritscher’s heat before. I’m even quoted on the back cover of this new book, and I’ll stand by what I said: “Jack Fritscher has roamed the furthest corners of sexuality, and can lead you on head trips unequaled by any other gay writer I...

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Chasing Danny Boy

Featuring NEIL JORDAN, Oscar Winner: The Crying Game and JACK FRITSCHER, Winner, Best Fiction. New voices dare to break the ancient silence. DUBLIN. New Storytellers reveal the erotic sizzle under the Irish skin. BOSTON. Wherever in the wide diaspora of the world the Irish are, the millions of them are in your culture, your music, and, likely, in your genes. CHICAGO. This dazzling collection of new stories tears down the lace curtains of...

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Rainbow County

RAINBOW COUNTY: STORIES FOR BEARS, DADDIES, AND LEATHERMEN. Readers will thrill to Fritscher's well-reviewed style and imagination. He is, writes the BAY AREA REPORTER, the author who invented the South-of-Market "leather" prose style and the butchest, funniest, best male-male magazines with special cult appeal to men who like men masculine. Critic MICHAEL BRONSKI has termed Fritscher's leather fiction as wonderfully "romantic." RAINBOW COUNTY...

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Some Dance to Remember

SOME DANCE TO REMEMBER has been reviewed as "the gay GONE WITH THE WIND." But such popular praise does not do literary justice to this eyewitness classic of the 1970s, that "first golden decade after Stonewall." This best-selling epic of San Francisco's Castro and Folsom streets seethes with sex, drugs, panic, and passionate characters: a gay writer, a drop-dead gorgeous bodybuilder, a cabaret singer, a Vietnam vet, a Hollywood bitch, and a...

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