Gay Pulp Fiction – Novels from the GLBTQ Archives

Valentine’s Day is coming and all forms of love are celebrated everywhere.The “shocking”, “tormented”, “strange”, “wild”, “sinful”kind of love screams from vivid covers of the early lesbian and gay pulp fiction publications now on display at the Elihu Burritt Library at CCSU. Some 150 exquisite examples of this interesting genre from the university’s GLBTQ Archival Collections will be on display through March 15th 2012.

The exhibit is located on the second floor of the library and can be viewed during the library opening hours.
For more information please contact Special Collections and Archives at 860 832-2086 and 860 832-2085

2 thoughts on “Gay Pulp Fiction – Novels from the GLBTQ Archives”

  1. This show sounds really interesting. I am a coordinator of the Rainbow Book Fair in New York, the largest LGBT book event in the country, and we are thinking about having a panel discussion at the Fair about lgbt pulps. This show would be a great thing to link in with it. The Fair is Sat. March 24 at the LGBT Center, 208 West 13th Street in New York. For more information: Perry Brass

  2. Great publicity for a collection that’s not seen as often as it should be.
    Thanks to the staff for a wonderful display…. Peace, Tom

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