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With nearly 5,000 pages in print, Jack Fritscher covers the genres. The founding San Francisco editor of Drummer magazine, he is the author of two novels: Some Dance to Remember (written 1982, published 1990) and Leather Blues (written 1969, published limited 1972; 1984); of six literary short-fiction collections, Corporal in Charge of Taking Care of Captain O'Malley, Stand by Your Man (1987 and 1999), Rainbow County and Other Stories (1997) which received the Small Press Book Award for 1997, Titanic: Forbidden Stories Hollywood Forgot (1984 and 1999), Sweet Embraceable You: Coffee House Stories (2000, 2018), and Stonewall (2009, 2019). His short fiction "Brideshead of Frankenstein Revisited" is the lead story in the anthology Best Gay Erotica 1997 (Cleis Press), edited by critic Richard Labonte and Douglas Sadownick who featured Fritscher's novel Some Dance to Remember in his cultural essays in Sex Between Men, An Intimate History of the Sex Lives of Gay Men Postwar to Present (Harper San Francisco, 1996).
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