Archer's Omnibus of Oddities, Mischievous Exploits & Sundry Tales of Insubordination: A Queer Collection of Essays

Archer s Omnibus of Oddities Mischievous Exploits Sundry Tales of Insubordination A Queer Collection of Essays Jesse Archer spins his most shocking escapades into short editorial that is sometimes salacious often incendiary and always irreverent From Manhattan to Burning Man to North Dakota s Corn Palace fo

  • Title: Archer's Omnibus of Oddities, Mischievous Exploits & Sundry Tales of Insubordination: A Queer Collection of Essays
  • Author: Jesse Archer Michael Bamford
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jesse Archer spins his most shocking escapades into short editorial that is sometimes salacious, often incendiary, and always irreverent From Manhattan to Burning Man to North Dakota s Corn Palace, follow the totally true adventures of a gay man with a lot to learn This volume includes a decade s worth of outrageous tales which may involve black sheep, masculine bottoms,Jesse Archer spins his most shocking escapades into short editorial that is sometimes salacious, often incendiary, and always irreverent From Manhattan to Burning Man to North Dakota s Corn Palace, follow the totally true adventures of a gay man with a lot to learn This volume includes a decade s worth of outrageous tales which may involve black sheep, masculine bottoms, forbidden fruit, sex parties, suicide, AIDS cures, prison pen pals, Fire Island survivors, a high school hero, and how to ruin your best friend s wedding.

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    1. 2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Archer's Omnibus of Oddities by Jesse Archer 1) This collection of almost 60 short essays, some no more than a page or so long, others a thousand words or so, actually do add up to a remarkable look at current gay male ideas, trends, fashions, social consciousness etc. He begins with rather simple, single concept pieces, but as he continued writing on--mostly for OUT magazine-- he took on a great many more serious, even "heavier" issues such as having sex w [...]

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