Fairy Tales: Traditional Stories Retold For Gay Men by Peter CashoraliFairy Tales: Traditional Stories Retold For Gay Men by Peter Cashorali

Fairy Tales: Traditional Stories Retold For Gay Men

byPeter Cashorali

Paperback | January 3, 1997

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Using the magical and mythic language of classic stories from around the world, Fairy Tales takes familiar myths and folktales and turns them into stories about men coming out, learning to trust themselves, looking for and finding love, facing AIDS, and helping those they love.

Peter Cashorali, is a writer and performer whose fiction and poetry have appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies, including Men on Men, Indivisible, and His.
Title:Fairy Tales: Traditional Stories Retold For Gay MenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.44 inPublished:January 3, 1997Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0062513095

ISBN - 13:9780062513090

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can Be Read Alongside the Classics This is such a wonderful book, I'd slot these in with the traditional fairytales no problem (if you don't mind modern toasters or biker bars alongside your old cottages made of candy). Both funny, and heart-lurching, the fairytales like Romaine can bring up the happiness of finding someone you cared for all over again, matched with the sadness of abuse. Or perhaps the gentle and soft 'The Golden Key' will speak more directly to you. Either way I dare anyone to read any of these fairytales and not be carried away and taught a valuable lesson; which is what fairytales are for, are they not? #plumreview
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Using the magical and mythic language of classic stories from around the world, "Fairy Tales" takes familiar myths and folktales and turns them into stories about men coming out, learning to trust themselves, looking for and finding love, facing AIDS, and helping those they love