Members can follow stories and get alerts on site and by email when the stories they are following are updated. The Symposium ". Written in a modernist stream-of-consciousness style, its subject matter was bisexuality and interracial male desire. Frederick Ungar Publishing, Inc. Cleis Press.
Albion, New York: The story of a young man who is coming of age and discovers his own homosexuality,  The City and the Pillar is recognized as the first post-World War II novel whose openly gay and well-adjusted protagonist is not killed off at the end of the story for defying social norms. Keller writes that in particular,"Gay and lesbian readers have been quick to identify with the representation of the vampire, suggesting its experiences parallel those of the sexual outsider. Exquisite Corpse by Poppy Z.
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