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Alyson Publications is a book publisher founded in Boston, USA, by Sasha Alyson. Alyson Publications is based in New York City and specializes in feminist and LGBT fiction and nonfiction.

Books published by Alyson include:

  • Young, Gay and Proud (ISBN 1-55583-001-3), edited by Sasha Alyson and Lynne Yamaguchi Fletcher.
  • The Dykes to Watch Out For cartoon series, by Alison Bechdel
  • The Second Coming: A Leatherdyke Reader (ISBN 1-55583-281-4), edited by Pat Califia and Robin Sweeney
  • Melting Point (ISBN 1-55583-162-1), short stories by Pat Califia
  • Doing it for Daddy (ISBN 1-55583-227-X), short stories by Pat Califia
  • Macho Sluts (ISBN 1-55583-115-X), erotic fiction by Pat Califia
  • Doc and Fluff (ISBN 1-55583-176-1), a novel by Pat Califia
  • Latter Days (ISBN 1-55583-868-5), novelization by T. Fabris for the 2003 major motion picture of the same name.
  • The First Gay Pope and Other Records, by Lynne Yamaguchi Fletcher
  • The Femme Mystique (ISBN 1-55583-255-5), short stories edited by Lesléa Newman
  • Pillow Talk (ISBN 1-55583-419-1), short stories edited by Lesléa Newman
  • The Lillian Byrd crime fiction series, by Elizabeth Sims
  • Revolutionary Voices: A Multicultural Queer Youth Anthology (ISBN 1-55583-558-9), edited by Amy Sonnie.
  • The Trouble with Harry Hay: Founder of the Modern Gay Movement, by Stuart Timmons
  • Half-Life, a novel by Aaron Krach
  • Out on Fraternity Row: Personal Accounts of Being Gay in a College Fraternity, by Shane Windmeyer
  • Secret Sisters: Stories of Being Lesbian & Bisexual in a College Sorority
  • Best Lesbian Love Stories, 2003-2005, edited by Angela Brown
  • Mentsh: On Being Jewish and Queer, edited by Angela Brown
  • Love, Bourbon Street: Reflections of New Orleans, edited by Greg Herren and Paul J. Willis—winner 2006 Lambda Literary Award for Anthology[1]
  • Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out (ISBN 1-55583-174-5), edited by Loraine Hutchins and Lani Ka'ahumanu
  • The Bisexual's Guide to the Universe, by Michael Szymanski and Nicole Kristal—winner 2006 Lambda Literary Award for Bisexual[2]

References

  1. http://www.lambdaliterary.org/ Lambda Literary Foundation
  2. http://www.lambdaliterary.org/ Lambda Literary Foundation
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