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Gunn, Drewey Wayne: The Gay Male Sleuth in Print and Film. A History and Annotated Bibliography. 2. Aufl. Metuchen: Scarecrow Pr. 2013. (426 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0-8108-8588-3
BibTeX citation key: Gunn2005
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Keywords: Bibliographie, Gender, Kriminalcomics
Creators: Gunn
Publisher: Scarecrow Pr. (Metuchen)
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Abstract
In The Gay Male Sleuth in Print and Film (2005), scholar Drewey Wayne Gunn examined the history of gay detectives beginning with the first recognized gay novel, The Heart in Exile, which appeared in 1953. In the years since the original edition’s publication, hundreds of novels and short stories in this sub-genre have been produced, and Gunn has unearthed many additional representations previously unrecorded.
In this new edition, Gunn provides an overview of milestones in the development of gay detectives over the last several decades. Also included in this volume is an annotated list of novels, short stories, plays, graphic novels, comic strips, films, and television series with gay detectives, gay sleuths of secondary importance, and non-sleuthing gay policemen. The most complete listing available—including the only listing of early gay pulp novels, present-day male-to-male romances, and erotic films—this new edition brings the work up to date with publications missed in the first edition, particularly cross-genre mysteries, early pulps, and some hard-to-find volumes. 
The Gay Male Sleuth in Print and Film: A History and Annotated Bibliography lists all printed works in English (including translations) presently known to include gay detectives (such as amateur sleuths, police detectives, private investigators, and investigative reporters), from the 1929 play Rope until the present day. It includes all films in English, subtitled or dubbed, from the screen version of Rope in 1948 and the launch of the independent film Spy on the Fly in 1966 through the end of 2011. Complete with two appendices—a bibliography of sources and a list of Lambda Literary Awards—and indexes of titles, detectives, and actors, this extensively revised and updated reference will prove invaluable to mystery collectors, researchers, aficionados of the subgenre, and those devoted to GLBTQ studies.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments (v)
Introduction (ix)

I. Gay Male Sleuths in Print and Film. A History (1)
1. Milestones in the Development of the Gay Sleuth (3)

II. Gay Male Sleuths in Print. A Bibliography (45)
2. The Sleuths (47)
Novels and Short Stories (47)
Plays, Screenplays, and Teleplays (219)
Comic Books, Mangas, and Other Graphic Fiction (221)

3. Other Investigators of Interest (229)
Novels and Selected Short Stories (229)
Plays and Screenplays (287)
Comic Books, Mangas, and Other Graphic Fiction (289)

4. Non-Sleuthing Policemen (293)
Novels and Selected Short Stories (293)
Plays (310)
Comic Albums (311)

III. Gay Male Sleuth in Film. A Bibliography (313)
5. The Sleuths (315)
Films and Teleplays (315)
Television and Video Series (326)
Erotic Films (331)

6. Other Investigators of Interest (343)
Films and Teleplays (343)
Television Series (355)
Erotic Films (356)

7. Non-Sleuthing Policemen (361)
Films and Teleplays (361)
Television Series (365)
Selected Erotic Films (368)

Appendix A. Critical and Bibliographical Resources (371)
Appendix B. Lambda Literary Awards for Best Gay Mystery (377)

Character Index (383)
Actor Index (399)
Title Index (405)

About the Author (425)


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