Gay San Francisco: eyewitness Drummer; a memoir of the sex, art, salon, pop culture war, and gay history of Drummer magazine, the titanic 1970s to 1999, volume 1, collected and edited by Mark Henry

Fritscher, Jack, edited by Mark Henry

Editorial: Palm Drive Publishing, 2008
ISBN 10: 1890834386 / ISBN 13: 9781890834388
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733p., signed and dated with a long, warm personal inscription signed by Fritscher, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. The inscribe is Robert Prager, onetime bartender at Folsom Street bar Powerhouse. N° de ref. de la librería

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Sinopsis: Eyewitness Fritscher, the lover of Robert Mapplethorpe, breaks the trance of received gay history. In this timeline archive of art, sex, obscenity, gender, and gay mafia, 21st-century readers will get up to speed fast on the serious fun of who did what to whom when and why. In the Titanic 1970s, longtime Drummer editor Fritscher added erotic realism to the magical thinking of Drummer readers wanting a magazine that made newly liberated sex seem possible and accessible. Based on internal evidence in Drummer, journals, diaries, letters, photos, interviews, recordings, and newspapers, this ultimate insider’s guide to the Rise and Fall of Castro and Folsom Streets is a risky ride that brings back what a thrill it was to pick up your first issue of Drummer. Fritscher’s frisson anchors San Francisco’s wild Gay Lib history on the clear chronology of the legendary monthly Drummer. Academia meets pop culture! Fritscher is the Ken Burns of Drummer magazine. Fritscher has done the research work most academics won’t do–thus ensuring that historians, critics and anthropologists will cut and paste with delight for years to come.“Fritscher reads gloriously!” San Francisco Chronicle

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Título: Gay San Francisco: eyewitness Drummer; a ...
Editorial: Palm Drive Publishing
Año de publicación: 2008
Encuadernación: Paperback

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Descripción Palm Drive Publishing 5/1/2007, 2007. Paperback or Softback. Estado de conservación: New. Gay San Francisco: Eyewitness Drummer Vol. 1 - A Memoir of the Sex, Art, Salon, Pop Culture War, and Gay History of Drummer Magazine: The. Book. Nº de ref. de la librería BBS-9781890834388

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Descripción Palm Drive Publishing, United States, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Coll Ltd Illus ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.In his 16th book, eyewitness gay activist Jack Fritscher, the lover and biographer of Robert Mapplethorpe, breaks the trance of received gay history in this fact-rich memoir of how The Boys in the Band Played On from the Titanic 1970s to 1999. Built on all new information recently unearthed, this stylishly written and illustrated timeline archive of art, sex, obscenity, gender, culture wars, homophobia, pop culture, and the gay mafia, will get 21st-century readers and researchers up to speed fast on the serious fun of who did what to whom when and why. Fritscher was a founding member of the American Pop Culture Association in 1968, and in 1969, as academia met popular culture, he immediately knew what to do to preserve and chronicle Stonewall and the gay culture that ensued. Back in the heyday of the First Decade of Gay Liberation, university professor and longtime Drummer editor Fritscher added erotic realism to the magical thinking of Drummer readers wanting a magazine that made newly self-inventing sex seem possible and accessible. Attention must be paid: With an average press run of 42,000 copies for each of the 208 issues over twenty-four years, millions more people read international Drummer than have read, perhaps, any GLBT book. Fact-based on internal evidence in Drummer, and in journals, diaries, letters, photos, interviews of dozens of eyewitnesses, recordings, and newspapers, Fritscher s ultimate insider s guide to the Rise and Fall of Castro and Folsom Streets is a brisk ride that brings back what an physical and intellectual thrill it was to pick up one s first issue of Drummer. Professor Fritscher s frisson anchors San Francisco s otherwise wild Gay Lib history on the clear chronology of the issues of the legendary monthly Drummer. This is the most complete document of the GLBT Magazine Publishing Movement. Fritscher is the Ken Burns of Drummer magazine. Justin Spring, author, Sam Steward: A Biography Fritscher has done all the research work most academics won t do-thus ensuring that historians, critics, and anthropologists will cut and paste with delight in years to come. Author Book Credentials San Francisco Chronicle Fritscher reads gloriously! Marilyn Jaye Lewis, EAA Authors Association, . .an essential document of the 20th-century Gay Enlightenment culled from the pages of Drummer. Fritscher empowers the Truth of those revolutionary times by enabling history to tell itself. Mark Thompson, The Advocate, editor emeritus: Utterly unique, an invaluable testament.historically useful for decades to come. The Kinsey Institute, Catherine Johnson-Roehr, Curator: Fritscher has a remarkable memory for the people, places, and pivotal events that he has witnessed over his lifetime. His long association with Drummer in San Francisco placed him at the center of the revolution, and Gay San Francisco is filled with significant details from those years. Brown University, Samuel Streit, Director Special Collections: Gay San Francisco is remarkable history of a remarkable time in a remarkable place, proving its points by combining contemporary documents, photographs, drawings, and reportage with a first-hand and first-rate memoir that brings an unforgettable era back to life. Chicago Public Library, Jim Stewart, Department Head emeritus, Social Sciences History Department: Jack Fritscher as eyewitness in Gay San Francisco is kin to Christopher Isherwood as camera in his Berlin Stories. This written oral history should be in every library s GLBT collection. University of Sussex, Niall Richardson, Film-Media Studies: . .chronicles an exciting and formative era from a new and original perspective no one has ever done before. University of California, David Van Leer, professor, GLBT Studies: Fritscher is a key player in the gender of masculinity in homosexuality. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9781890834388

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Descripción Palm Drive Publishing, United States, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Coll Ltd Illus ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. In his 16th book, eyewitness gay activist Jack Fritscher, the lover and biographer of Robert Mapplethorpe, breaks the trance of received gay history in this fact-rich memoir of how The Boys in the Band Played On from the Titanic 1970s to 1999. Built on all new information recently unearthed, this stylishly written and illustrated timeline archive of art, sex, obscenity, gender, culture wars, homophobia, pop culture, and the gay mafia, will get 21st-century readers and researchers up to speed fast on the serious fun of who did what to whom when and why. Fritscher was a founding member of the American Pop Culture Association in 1968, and in 1969, as academia met popular culture, he immediately knew what to do to preserve and chronicle Stonewall and the gay culture that ensued. Back in the heyday of the First Decade of Gay Liberation, university professor and longtime Drummer editor Fritscher added erotic realism to the magical thinking of Drummer readers wanting a magazine that made newly self-inventing sex seem possible and accessible. Attention must be paid: With an average press run of 42,000 copies for each of the 208 issues over twenty-four years, millions more people read international Drummer than have read, perhaps, any GLBT book. Fact-based on internal evidence in Drummer, and in journals, diaries, letters, photos, interviews of dozens of eyewitnesses, recordings, and newspapers, Fritscher s ultimate insider s guide to the Rise and Fall of Castro and Folsom Streets is a brisk ride that brings back what an physical and intellectual thrill it was to pick up one s first issue of Drummer. Professor Fritscher s frisson anchors San Francisco s otherwise wild Gay Lib history on the clear chronology of the issues of the legendary monthly Drummer. This is the most complete document of the GLBT Magazine Publishing Movement. Fritscher is the Ken Burns of Drummer magazine. Justin Spring, author, Sam Steward: A Biography Fritscher has done all the research work most academics won t do-thus ensuring that historians, critics, and anthropologists will cut and paste with delight in years to come. Author Book Credentials San Francisco Chronicle Fritscher reads gloriously! Marilyn Jaye Lewis, EAA Authors Association, . .an essential document of the 20th-century Gay Enlightenment culled from the pages of Drummer. Fritscher empowers the Truth of those revolutionary times by enabling history to tell itself. Mark Thompson, The Advocate, editor emeritus: Utterly unique, an invaluable testament.historically useful for decades to come. The Kinsey Institute, Catherine Johnson-Roehr, Curator: Fritscher has a remarkable memory for the people, places, and pivotal events that he has witnessed over his lifetime. His long association with Drummer in San Francisco placed him at the center of the revolution, and Gay San Francisco is filled with significant details from those years. Brown University, Samuel Streit, Director Special Collections: Gay San Francisco is remarkable history of a remarkable time in a remarkable place, proving its points by combining contemporary documents, photographs, drawings, and reportage with a first-hand and first-rate memoir that brings an unforgettable era back to life. Chicago Public Library, Jim Stewart, Department Head emeritus, Social Sciences History Department: Jack Fritscher as eyewitness in Gay San Francisco is kin to Christopher Isherwood as camera in his Berlin Stories. This written oral history should be in every library s GLBT collection. University of Sussex, Niall Richardson, Film-Media Studies: . .chronicles an exciting and formative era from a new and original perspective no one has ever done before. University of California, David Van Leer, professor, GLBT Studies: Fritscher is a key player in the gender of masculinity in homosexuality. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9781890834388

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