Men on Men 3
Men on Men 3: Best New Gay Fiction edited George Stambolian
Published 1990, paperback.
In the tradition of the ground-breaking Men on Men and its highly acclaimed sequel, Men on Men 2, this is superb anthology brings us twenty power, often poignant stories, fifteen never before published. Some are from well-known authors such as Christopher Bram, who tells a psychotically dramatic story of seduction in "Meeting Imelda Marcos," and Paul Monette, whose "Halfway Home" is a moving account of AIDS and two brothers. And there are many new authors whose stunning talents are introduced in this extraordinary collection. Together their voices etch an indelible portrait of a world where love is both thwarted and realized, where the shadow of AIDS hangs over flirtations, seductions, obsessions, and commitments, and where the family remains a source of solace and anxiety.