Rebel Yell 2: More Stories of Contemporary Southern Gay Men

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  • ISBN-13: 9781560231592
  • Publisher: Haworth Press, Incorporated, The
  • Publication date: 6/28/2002
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Miles Away 1
2 A Late and Summer Storm 21
3 One Light When the Moon Was Full 37
4 Jesse: November 1992 53
5 That Year's Crop of Kisses 69
6 Emory and Henry 77
7 Small-Town Boy 89
8 And My Heart Goes On 99
9 That Dog Won't Hunt 111
10 Unfinished Business 119
11 A Southern Reflection 133
12 Breath 139
13 All About Trent 153
14 The Yard Sale 157
15 Escape Artist 163
16 Ephebus 171
17 The Kitchen Table 181
18 Lost Near Jerusalem 203
19 The Tattoo 217
20 No Way! 229
21 Pueraria lobata 237
22 Everybody Loves the Musee d'Orsay 251
About the Editor 273
Contributors 275
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2002

    More Stories of the 'Southern Gay Experience'

    Once I had read the first book of stories about the Southern gay experience, REBEL YELL, edited by Jay Quinn, I was hoping there would be a second book of stories to follow. My wish has now come true. Jay Quinn, who authored two other wonderful books, ¿METES AND BOUNDS¿ and ¿THE MENTOR¿ has gathered together twenty-two new southern gay stories. These are exciting and touching stories of awakening gay sexuality, and the impact that religion, friends and family have on their lives. They are told from a Southern gay perspective. There stories are from such noted authors as; Jeff Mann, Jameson Currier, Robin Lippincott, and Greg Herren, as well as many other new voices in Southern gay writing. These are not erotic, sex-filled stories, but heartfelt renderings of what it is like to be gay, and from the south. There¿s a feeling of Southern pride and heritage in each of these stories. Whether you¿re gay or straight, a southern boy will always be a proud southern boy. All of these stories were a pleasure to read, but a few made quite an impression on me. ¿Miles Away¿ by Martin Wilson, tells of Michael¿s first sexual experience; ¿Jesse: November 1992¿ by Felice Picano, relates the emotional impact of HIV on two lifetime partners, and ¿The Kitchen Table¿ by Jay Quinn, is a truly sexy and emotional love story of the developing attraction that Phil, has for Trace, the man whose house he is remodeling. Although the stories in this volume are universal in depictions of gay life in America today, they are a welcome addition for they are told by new voices, proud voices, from a perspective of different backgrounds, emotions and life experiences. These are the voices of Southern gay men. A wonderful book for gay adults to read, as well as parents and students who are trying to understand their gay son¿s sexual orientation. Don¿t miss this one! Could there be a REBEL YELL 3 coming? I hope so!!! Joe Hanssen

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