Wallace Hamilton Press

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Wallace Hamilton Press is a publishing house operated by NAMBLA. It was set up sometime in the early 1990s and named after author and playwright Wallace Hamilton, a NAMBLA member who died in 1983.

Wallace Hamilton Press specialized in scholarly works and fiction with pederasty as a unifying theme. Its published books include several edited volumes that appeared in the NAMBLA Journal series including Varieties of Man-Boy Love: Modern Western Context (1992, edited by Mark Pascal), Greek Love Reconsidered (2000, edited by Thomas K. Hubbard) as well as works of fiction. A notable example of the latter is Luis Miguel Fuentes' Diary of a dirty boy (1998).

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