Men and Boys: An Anthology (1924): Revision history

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  • curprev 20:3820:38, 8 March 2023Prue talk contribs 1,966 bytes +1,966 Created page with "'''Men and Boys: An Anthology''' (New York, 1924) was the first, and extremely uncommon, anthology of homosexual literature to be published in America. The author, Uranian poet Edward Slocum, was a professional chemist and graduate of Columbia University, who compiled the anthology anonymously and remains somewhat of a mystery today. His identity has been revealed by the research of several scholars (notably Timothy d'Arch Smith and Donald Mader), and the story of th..."