Tag Archives: Gay

The Sex Offender

by Matthew Stadler

“Equal parts Kafka, Burgess, and Brazil, Matthew Stadler’s novel is beautifully morbid. The eloquent, florid prose in which Mr. Uh Uh describes his passions…


by Jean Genet

“Querelle is a sailor, assassin, dealer in opium, homosexual, thief, and traitor. . . . Genet takes seriously the threat latent in sexuality, and…


by Dennis Cooper

“A fascinating, intricately crafted jewel of a book . . . It’s a book one could read over and over and never exhaust.” –Dodie…

Our Lady of the Flowers

by Jean Genet

“Elegiac elegance, alternately muted, languorous, vituperative, tender, glamorous, bitchy, lush, mockingly feminine, “high camp,” overripe, vigorous, rigorous, exalted. . . . A remarkable achievement.” –The New York Times Book Review…

Nova Express

by William S. Burroughs

“Hypnotic; I wish I could quote, but it takes several pages to get high on this stuff. . . . Funny . . ….

Night People

by Barry Gifford

“Night People is the work of a talented writer with a strange and original way of looking at the world. . . . The…

Naked Lunch

by William S. Burroughs

“A book of great beauty . . . . Burroughs is the only American novelist living today who may conceivably be possessed by genius.”…