Our editor Edwin Frank was interviewed by Steven Cordova over at Lambda Literary, a site that highlights and celebrates LGBT literature. Below is a list of our fiction books that Mr. Codova picks out as having LGBT interest, though not necessarily written by an LGBT author. Edwin then adds Jan Morris’s Conundrum, Tove Jansson, and Henry de Motherlant’s Chaos and Night. And go here for the full interview:
The Gallery by John Horne Burns; Manservant and Maidservant and A House and Its Head by Ivy Compton-Burnett; Prisoner of Love by Jean Genet; The Go-Between and Eustace and Hilda: A Trilogy by L.P. Hartley; Mardrew Czgowchwz by James McCourt; Count d’Orgel’s Ball by Raymond Radiguet; Hadrian the Seventh by Fr. Rolfe; The Belchamber by Howard Sturgis; The Pilgrim Hawk and Apartment in Athens by Glenway Wescott; Riders in the Chariot by Patrick White; The Goshawk by T. H. White; four titles by J.R. Ackerley (We Think the World of You; My Dog Tulip; My Father and Myself; and Hindoo Holiday); three titles by Sylvia Townsend Warner (Summer Will Show; Lolly Willows: Or the Loving Huntsman; and Mr. Fortune) as well as several titles by Henry James (The New York Stories of Henry James; Ivory Tower; The Outcry; and The Other House). NYRB Classics with LGBT-related content are Monsieur Proust by Celeste Albaret; Hard Rain Falling by Don Carpenter; The World as I Found It by Bruce Duffy; and Pages from the Goncourt Journal by Edmond and Jules de Goncourt.