The Other Side of Desire

The Other Side of Desire By Paula Christian, The Other Side of Desire The author of Twilight Girls and Another Kind of Love delivers her third classic from the Golden Age of lesbian pulp fiction The Other Side of Desire brings together in one volume The Other Side of D
  • Title: The Other Side of Desire
  • Author: Paula Christian
  • ISBN: 9780758203151
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Other Side of Desire By Paula Christian, The author of Twilight Girls and Another Kind of Love delivers her third classic from the Golden Age of lesbian pulp fiction The Other Side of Desire, brings together in one volume The Other Side of Desire and Amanda, two stories featuring married heroines who discover the joy of love with other women.
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    1. This book reprints two of Paula Christian s lesbian pulp novels, Amanda and The Other Side of Desire, which are reviewed separately belowANDAEvelyn Rawlins under a pen name writes lesbian pulp novels for a living even though she is very straight, thank you very much That is, until Amanda, an aspiring author of lesbian pulps, walks into her life by asking Evelyn to help her with a book, turning Evelyn s life upside down in the process.I wasn t a huge fan of this book Although it s definitely inte [...]


    2. Two 1965 pulp novels in which the protagonist finds herself going down the road to homosexuality the side effects of this include joy, ecstasy, a feeling of wholeness, and guzzling martinis with her chic and amusing new friends in Manhattan Both books include the obligatory coda, fascinating for its dissonance, that writes off the affair as a juvenile mistake Presumably readers of 1965 could choose to skip the last two pages.


    3. I only read Amanda and it was pretty horrible Read it in a night and now I m wishing I could have my night back I was prepared for some stereotypes and unpolitical language because of the year the book was written in but I wasn t prepared for such a horrible ending.


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