After nine years, this website will close on 31 May 2017.
Many thanks to all my customers.
Deep discounts offered for orders of £20 or more.
Order here

Fiction of Gay Interest: Novels by US authors
See also
Secondhand gay fiction up to £10.00
Secondhand gay and sexuality books £10.01 - £25.00

Founded in 2009 , Arbery Books is the UK's leading online dealer in rare and secondhand gay books and ephemera. We also specialise in publications of lesbian and transgender interest, other aspects of sexuality and antiquarian (pre-1900) curiosities, erotica, picaresque and sexual behaviour. Recently we have added early science-fiction and fantasy to our lists.

This section includes books with gay content and books with no ostensible gay content by gay authors. Titles are listed alphabetically by author. First editions are marked 1st. Use the links in the left column to find short fiction and fiction of gay interest by non-US authors as well as pulp and erotic fiction not listed here; alternately use the Search Box further down in the left column.

We ship worldwide, usually within one working day of receiving an order. Prices include UK postage and packing.
David Patrick BEAVERS The Jackal Awakens 1995 1st £5.00
Perry BRASS Circles 1993 1st £5.00
Clay BURGESS On My Way To You 1994 1st £4.00
Michael CHABON The Mysteries of Pittsburgh 1989 £2.00
(Joseph Hansen)
Todd 1971 1st £20.00
Dennis COOPER Try 1994 1st £5.00
John CORIOLAN A Sand Fortress 1978 £5.00
Richard HALL The Butterscotch Prince 1975 1st ed £5.00
Joseph HANSEN Death Claims 1973 1st? £5.00
  Skinflick 1980 1st UK £5.00
  The Man Everybody Was Afraid Of 1978 1st £5.00
James Leo HERLIHY Midnight Cowboy 1970 £3.50
Victor JAY (Victor J Banis) Homo Farm 1968 1st £100.00
Jay LITTLE Somewhere Between The Two 1965 £8.00
Peter MENEGAS The Service 1971 1st £5.00
Edmund MILLER Night Times 2000 1st £6.00
Fritz PETERS Finistere 1969 £8.00
James PURDY Jeremy's Version 1971 1st UK £6.00
Dirk VANDEN All is Well 1972 £5.00

Arbery Books also sells secondhand and rare mainstream titles.

Looking down the passageway behind Tiger, Francis noted an elderly 'bather' who had prowled past them several times. He was now talking to a very tall, skinny attendant dressed in whites. As Francis or Tiger seemed to be the subject of the conversation, Francis was not too surprised when they were presently approached by the man in white.

'Hello, you two,' he greeted them with the same girlish effusiveness that seemed characteristic of all the people they'd met during the night. 'Are you having fun?'

opening paragraphs
Rough Trade by Lou Rand 1964

Search this site
site search by freefind advanced

All Rights Reserved

We do not use cookies, but clicking on advertiser links on this site may allow these companies to gather and use information, via technology installed on the computer(s) you use, about you and your visit to this and other websites to provide you with advertisements about goods and services presumed to be of interest to you.

We do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any third parties.