Extremely rare First Printing.
Written by Larry Mitchell with illustrations by Ned Asta.
Published by Calamus Press, 1977.
Part-fable, part-manifesto, the book is set in Ramrod, an empire in decline. It introduces us to the communities of faggots, women, queens, queer men, and the women who love women, all who are try to survive the world of men.
Cherished by many over the four decades since its publication, The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions offers a critique of capitalism, assimilation, and patriarchy that is deeply relevant today. Still funny, irreverent and shocking.
Read an interesting commentary on the book's relevance at Slate.
In very good condition. Small bends, minor skuff marks etc. Please ask if you have any questions regarding condition.