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by Fritz Peters & Michael Bronski Arsenal Pulp Press (September 01, 2006)

A Little Sister's Classic: a young American man comes of age in 1950s France.

She of the Mountains

by Vivek Shraya Arsenal Pulp Press (September 22, 2014)

A contemporary illustrated queer love story interwoven with a reimagining of Hindu mythology.

Look Who's Morphing

by Tom Cho Arsenal Pulp Press (April 21, 2014)

Queerly fantastical and often outlandish fictions in which the central character undergoes a series of physical transformations.

After Delores

by Sarah Schulman Arsenal Pulp Press (September 30, 2013)

A new edition of Sarah Schulman’s funny, sexy, surprising novel about a heartbroken waitress looking for love in New York.

Whisper Their Love

by Valerie Taylor & Barbara Grier Arsenal Pulp Press (September 01, 2006)

A Little Sister's Classic: a beautiful lesbian pulp novel from 1957.

Missed Her

by Ivan Coyote Arsenal Pulp Press (January 10, 2010)

Ivan E. Coyote is a master storyteller and performer; her beautiful, funny stories about growing up queer in the Canadian north and living out loud on Canada's west coast have attracted big audiences whether...

Krakow Melt

by Daniel Allen Cox Arsenal Pulp Press (January 10, 2010)

This second novel by Lambda Literary Award finalist Daniel Allen Cox (Shuck) is an incendiary story about two pyromaniacs who fight homophobia in Krakow, Poland, one of the fronts of the Solidarnosc revolution...


by Larry Duplechan & Michael Nava Arsenal Pulp Press (May 01, 2006)

First published by St. Martin's Press in 1986, Blackbird is a funny, moving, coming-of-age novel about growing up black and gay in southern California. The lead character, Johnnie Ray Rousseau, is a high school...

Heidegger Stairwell

by Kayt Burgess Arsenal Pulp Press (September 11, 2012)

The 3-Day Novel Contest winner, about a transgender journalist writing a book about a legendary indie-rock band named Heidegger Stairwell.

First Spring Grass Fire

by Rae Spoon Arsenal Pulp Press (September 18, 2012)

Transgendered musician and writer Rae Spoon’s book about growing up queer in a strict Pentecostal family.

The Lava in My Bones

by Barry Webster Arsenal Pulp Press (September 11, 2012)

An extravagant phantasia about a geologist who eats rocks and his sister who oozes honey and has sex with bees.

Tarry This Night

by Kristyn Dunnion Arsenal Pulp Press (October 16, 2017)

As a new civil war rages, a polygamist cult leader and his followers living in a bunker are running out of food. Terrified that Cousin Paul, sent topside to scavenge, may return with proof of the war’s end,...

Blue Is the Warmest Color

by Julie Maroh Arsenal Pulp Press (August 19, 2013)

A New York Times bestseller

The original graphic novel adapted into the film Blue Is the Warmest Color, winner of the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival; released in the US this fall by IFC Films/Sundance...

The Slow Fix

by Ivan Coyote Arsenal Pulp Press (April 01, 2009)

”Coyote is an important literary voice, blending a keen sense of gay identity and community with a refreshing appreciation for the goodness at the heart of some straight people.”—Out

The first three story...

Fist of the Spider Woman

by Amber Dawn Arsenal Pulp Press (April 01, 2009)

Traditional horror has often portrayed female characters in direct relation to their sexual role according to men, such as the lascivious victim or innocent heroine; even vampy, powerful female villains, such...

The Child

by Sarah Schulman Arsenal Pulp Press (September 01, 2008)

“Schulman crafts a piercing investigation into desire, mores, and the law.”—Publishers Weekly

“An important work of American literature. That this is probably not how the book will be handled, reviewed,...


by Daniel Allen Cox Arsenal Pulp Press (April 01, 2009)

“Set in the late 1990s, Shuck describes with great clarity and verve the last gasp of a gritty Manhattan.”—Bruce LaBruce, film director

Shuck is the intense, dazzling diary of a male hustler in New York...

Macho Sluts

by Patrick Califia & Wendy Chapkis Arsenal Pulp Press (September 01, 2009)

When it was first published in 1988, Patrick Califia's Macho Sluts, a collection of S/M stories set in San Francisco's dyke bathhouses, sex parties, and S/M gay bars, shocked the lesbian community and caused...

The Carnivorous Lamb

by Agustin Gomez-Arcos & Jamie O'Neill Arsenal Pulp Press (December 01, 2007)

The latest in the Little Sister’s Classics series resurrecting gay and lesbian literary gems: a viciously funny, shocking yet ultimately moving 1975 novel, an allegory of Franco’s Spain, about a young gay...

Patience & Sarah

by Isabel Miller & Emma Donoghue Arsenal Pulp Press (September 01, 2005)

“A remarkable story.”—Publishers Weekly

Set in the nineteenth century, Isabel Miller’s classic lesbian novel traces the relationship between Patience White, an educated painter, and Sarah Dowling, a cross-dressing...

Song of the Loon

by Richard Amory & Michael Bronski Arsenal Pulp Press (May 01, 2005)

“More completely than any author before him, Richard Amory explores the tormented world of love for man by man . . . a happy amalgam of James Fenimore Cooper, Jean Genet and Hudson’s Green Mansions.”—from...

Nothing Looks Familiar

by Shawn Syms Arsenal Pulp Press (October 29, 2014)

In Nothing Looks Familiar, Shawn Syms' debut story collection, characters from a wide swath of society chart paths from places of danger or unhappiness into the great unknown, each grappling with a central and...

The Laboratory of Love

by Patrick Roscoe Arsenal Pulp Press (October 14, 2013)

In this powerful suite stories set in Spain, Africa, and North America populated by wild dogs, tattoo artists, and lost boys, Patrick Roscoe’s characters?lonely, damaged, nomadic?are outsiders searching for...

London Triptych

by Jonathan Kemp Arsenal Pulp Press (April 26, 2013)

"London itself is as powerful a presence here as the three gay men whose lives it absorbs."?The Times Literary Supplement

"Vivid and visceral, London Triptych cuts deep to reveal the hidden layers of a secret...

Roy & Al

by Ralf König Arsenal Pulp Press (September 01, 2006)

Roy & Al is the first English-language book by Europe’s most popular gay cartoonist, Germany’s Ralf König, whose collections have sold over 250,000 copies and have been translated into five languages....

Rat Bohemia

by Sarah Schulman Arsenal Pulp Press (April 01, 2008)

“More persuasively than any other contemporary novelist, Sarah Schulman traces the ways in which the disenfranchisement that begins as a political evil pervades every aspect of life, from the metaphysical...

Everything Is Awful and You're a Terrible Person

by Daniel Zomparelli Arsenal Pulp Press (April 03, 2017)

In these quirky interconnected stories of first-person narratives, text messages, and Facebook posts, gay men look for love, bake pies, hook up on Grindr, use Botox, have threesomes with ghosts, and fear happiness:...


by Catherine Hernandez Arsenal Pulp Press (May 22, 2017)

In Scarborough, a low-income urban neighborhood, three kids struggle to rise above poverty, abuse, and a system that consistently fails them. The adults in their lives either rise to the occasion or fall by...

The Age of Cities

by Brett Josef Grubisic Arsenal Pulp Press (November 01, 2006)

A young man from a small town discovers that the big city holds many secrets.

Basement of Wolves

by Daniel Allen Cox Arsenal Pulp Press (April 10, 2012)

In Cox’s third novel, an actor barricades himself in a hotel to escape the fame he feels has ruined him.

Got 'Til It's Gone

by Larry Duplechan Arsenal Pulp Press (October 01, 2008)

A gay, black coming-of-middle-age novel that marks the return of Johnnie Ray Rousseau.


by George K. Ilsley Arsenal Pulp Press (June 01, 2006)

A strange, dreamlike novel about gay desire, spiritual longing, and insects.


by Nick Comilla Arsenal Pulp Press (October 11, 2016)

A novel about a young gay man who seeks meaning and authenticity amid the superficial fakery around him.


by Jane Eaton Hamilton Arsenal Pulp Press (May 02, 2016)

Two lesbian couples, one summer weekend: a searing novel of longing and regret.

Close to Spider Man

by Ivan Coyote Arsenal Pulp Press (July 01, 2002)

Close to Spider Man marks the debut of an exciting new literary talent: a collection of connected stories whose female narrators seek out lives for themselves amidst the lonely, breathtaking landscape of the...

Lost Boi

by Sassafras Lowrey Arsenal Pulp Press (April 06, 2015)

A bold and beautiful queer punk retelling of the Peter Pan story.