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Tell Me About It Three Book Bundle. Books 1, 2 & 3 – Save!
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Buy a Bundle and Save 15% over the individual cover price. All three Tell Me About It books, includes:
- Tell Me About It
- Tell Me About It 2
- Tell Me About It 3
Tell Me About It 3: LGBTQ Secrets, Confessions and Life Stories$17.95Add to cart
Tell Me About It 3 like its two predecessors in the Tell Me About It series is full of moving, horrendous, hilarious, and thought-provoking answers by LGBTQ people from across the country and around the globe, capturing a variety of experience, often revealing more profound similarities.
The Orange Spong and Storytelling at the Vamp-Art Café$14.95Add to cart
Regardless of whether you are a vampire purist or not, these stories will entertain you, while they titillate you with their strangeness, provoke you with their ideas on the nature of art or immortality, or amuse you with their unusual historical details. Certainly you will never look at a head of lettuce the same way again. – Out in Print: Queer Book Reviews
Immigrants and like to meet to share stories about the “Old Country.” Vampires are no different, they too gather to share stories. Stories that provide an insight into rich and varied vampire history and lore. Their stories challenge our beliefs about who, and what can be a vampire.
The Blue Spong and the Flight from Mediocrity$14.95Add to cart
The year is 1924; the place is Chicago’s Towertown, home to the city’s Bohemian set. The Clam Sisters are about to have life as they know it turned on its head when one of the sisters purchases a rare blue spong that helps them shed their humdrum existence for something altogether bold and daring.
Paper Cuts: My Life in Chicago’s Volatile LGBTQ Press$17.97Add to cart
Paper Cuts: My Life in Chicago’s Volatile LGBTQ Press is the story of Rick Karlin’s life writing for Chicago’s newspapers, balancing that with his family life outside of it. From the privileged vantage point of a newspaper office, he watched the rise and fall of disco, the AIDS crisis, same-sex marriage, bars opening and closing, and LGBTQ newspapers coming and going.
Tell Me About It 2: LGBTQ Secrets, Confessions, and Life Stories$17.95Add to cart
We all have stories — sometimes poignant, sometimes entertaining, and usually quite interesting. In this second book of the series, historians of LGBTQ life, St Sukie de la Croix and Owen Keehnen, have been recording and collecting the memories, personal experiences, and anecdotes of queer folks for decades.
- Fairy Tales
St Sukie’s Strange Garden of Woodland Creatures$14.95Add to cart
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St Sukie’s Strange Garden of Woodland Creatures is a book for adults who never lost that childlike sense of wonderment. The book sits firmly in the tradition of Lewis Carroll, Alan Garner, Lord Dunsany, and other British authors who lived with the fairies, lemonade birds, and tequila bunnies.
Tell Me About It: LGBTQ Secrets, Confessions and Life Stories$17.95Add to cart
In “Tell Me About It,” author/historians St Sukie de la Croix and Owen Keehnen asked a variety of LGBTQ individuals ten specific questions. … Through the voices of others, “Tell Me About It” reveals who we are, what we share, and why we must never allow ourselves to be silenced again.
Out of the Underground: Homosexuality, The Radical Press, and the Rise and Fall of the Gay Liberation Front$19.95Add to cart
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Out of the Underground explores homosexuality in the radical press. It covers the rise and fall of the Gay Liberation Front in several cities, including Milwaukee, Atlanta, Austin, Detroit, San Jose, as well as gay metropolises like New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
- Autobiographical Novel
Memoir of a Groucho Marxist: A Very British Fairy Tale$14.95Add to cart
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On September 16, 1951, Darryl Michael Vincent, a fairy boy-child, fell out of a badger hole in Midford Woods. He grew up in a prefabricated house with his mother, Doreen, his father, Stanley, and a red butterfly called Karl Marx. There was something different about him. Very, very, different. He was a Groucho Marxist.