Well that’s how they identify


Queer Judson.

By Joseph Lincoln,

New York: Appleton & Co, 1925.

A frank account of identity politics in 1920s America (well, I assume).

From the writer who brought us The Woman Haters; Galusha the Magnificent; The Rise of Roscoe Paine; Mr Pratt’s Patients; and (rather painfully) Extricating Obadiah.


About tartanpartan

It won't surprise you to learn that I'm quite keen on books, and spend as much of my spare time as possible picking over second hand book stalls and charity book sales with my surprisingly delicate claws.