Lawrence Schimel - Bibliography - Edited Works

Edited Works

  • Juicy Mother, (With Sara Rojo Perez) edited by Jennifer Camper, Manic D Press, 2007, ISBN 978-1-933149-20-2
  • Fairy Tales For Writers, A Midsummer Night's Press
  • First Person Queer, (With Richard Labonté) Arsenal Pulp Press
  • Best Date Ever: True Stories That Celebrate Gay Relationships, Alyson
  • The Mammoth Book Of New Gay Erotica, UK-Constable Robinson/US-Carroll & Graf
  • The Future Is Queer, (With Richard Labonté) Arsenal Pulp Press
  • Two Boys In Love: Stories Of Romance And Desire, Seventh Window
  • Pomosexuals: Challenging Assumptions About Gender And Sexuality, (with Carol Queen) Cleis Press
  • Switch Hitters: Lesbians Write Gay Male Erotica And Gay Men Write Lesbian Erotica, (With Carol Queen) Cleis Press
  • Found Tribe: Jewish Coming Out Stories, Sherman Asher
  • Kosher Meat: Gay Jewish Erotica, Sherman Asher
  • The Drag Queen Of Elfland, Circlet
  • Things Invisible To See: Lesbian And Gay Tales Of Magic Realism, Circlet
  • Vacation In Ibiza, Graphic Novel; Nbm
  • Two Hearts Desire: Gay Couples On Their Love, St. Martin's Press
  • Boy Meets Boy, St. Martin's Press
  • The Mammoth Book Of Gay Erotica, Carroll & Graf
  • Streets Of Blood: Vampire Stories From New York City, Cumberland House
  • Fields Of Blood: Vampire Stories From The American Heartland, Cumberland House
  • Tarot Fantastic, Daw Books
  • Camelot Fantastic, Daw Books

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