New York: Times Change Press, 1972. Offset. 5 1⁄4 x 7 in. Perfect bound in wraps. 95 pp. Very good. Item #5801
Rare account of life in a queer commune on Staten Island, published in 1972, written collectively by nine gay and lesbian folks, including Larry Mitchell, author of The Terminal Bar, one of the earliest novels to address the AIDS epidemic.
Illustrated with a cartoon by Robert Crumb and photographs by Ellen Shumsky, former member of the Lavender Menace, co-author of the lesbian feminist manifesto ‘The Woman-Identified Woman’, and sister of former Beat Hotel resident, Thelma Shumsky.