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Come With Me Lucy By Red Jordan Arobateau
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COME WITH ME LUCY is the third book in the LUCY & MICKEY Trilogy--and the conclusion of that masterwork which opens in volume 1, the pre-Stonewall, underground, LUCY & MICKEY; set in Chicago,... More > Illinois, in 1959. In this vol. 3, COME WITH ME LUCY we discover what happens to the great cast of characters we first met in that classic dike street novel --with a few surprise additions. The opening line: “It’s been a hard life ever since I can remember. Lesbian life,--and it’s never gonna quit.” Is part of the private reflections of Mickey, a handsome Italian butch. “The black haired butch moved through her apartment. Mickey was age 42. The year, 1983. 25 years, and her male sex drive still hadn’t gone away.” The reader observes her thoughts & memories which are a testimony to a hard life. Both trials and joys.< Less
Missio Dei --Part 2 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The continuing journal of an old transsexual man living in poverty with his 2 parrots and cat. He is a writer, painter & goes to religious institutions in his spiritual quest. His life &... More > times. Many interesting interactions with fascinating characters. He lives in the queer, arts mecca, San Francisco. He is treated to free coffee at the Persian coffeehouse, and sits in the sun on fire hydrants and ledges of buildings, writing his infameous NOTES, which comprise these journals.< Less
Lamentations In The Cool Of The Evening By Red Jordan Arobateau
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This work speaks of revolution, of spirituality, of every day matters, of dynastic change, of human faith.
For Want Of The Horse The Rider Was Lost By Red Jordan Arobateau
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This rough & raw book portrays Chicago’s skid row of the early 60’s-- with shades of Nelson Algren’s Man With the Golden Arm junkie tale: “They would all be leaving soon. ... More > The ghastly colored buildings lit up under a neon flash. The gas lit two dollar whores in an age of electric lights... They would be leaving in wagons of the vice squad. And then, later, in vans, strapped to stretchers with the bag zipped over their face. And the siren not turned on because there was no hurry.” This is the ‘Q’ document, cornerstone of the LUCY & MICKEY TRILOGY. The other two volumes (LUCY & MICKEY, and COME WITH ME LUCY) This is Lucy’s story. Which takes place in Chicago. Near North side: “Lucy didn’t talk much. You wouldn’t think she was shy, ‘cause she was all over the street, all the time. You saw her in every bar, up and down the dismal green and red lights of skid row, all the night through, ‘till 5am.< Less

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