Coping on land after surviving at sea. As it turns out, "there was a wonderful mix" in the audience, Kane says. Mailing Address and Information. In the beginning three-fourths of Spring Fire , a lesbian relationship took hold that captured the imagination of many women -- ones who had little else to relate to in the America of Some, like Marijane Meaker's Spring Fire - written under the psuedonym Vin Packer - are considered classics in the genre. Kate is a twenty-something lesbian in Vancouver, still recovering from her last break up which happened a year ago , and hopelessly crushing on her barista.
`Pulp' revisits heyday of lesbian paperbacks
Lesbian Pulp Fiction Bibliography very much under construction: The tragic endings are even empowering, from a certain point of view. Among those you should be on the lookout for are Midwood, Beacon, and Gold Medal from the 50s and 60s. The Price of Salt by Patricia Highsmith. I'm interested in graphic art and the covers are often irresistible. It draws on scholarly research on lesbian pulp from American studies, cultural studies, literary studies and queer studies. I suspect at least some of the Rice advocates are indulging in bias; a stripper couldn't possibly be a competent writer.
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Search form Search this site. This love triangle set in is famous for one very tragic ending. Want the top daily stories delivered to your inbox? Perverted Passions from the Golden Age of the Paperback. Behind the Black Curtain:
Meaker was told by her editor that because the books traveled through the mail and anything sent through the U. We still very much read gender as a mark of sexual orientation even if we distance ourselves from that sort of conflation of sex and gender. All further discussion of gay paperback fiction will be indebted to this groundbreaking book. This second novel in the Montana series takes place in the Fort Worth area, where Strange Sisters by Jaye Zimet. Many, though not all, lesbians today have access to a variety of film, literature and magazines in which they can find stories and images that reflect their desires and experiences.