Jack Fritscher, 1939-

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Jack Fritscher

Jack Fritscher (b. 1939) is a longtime Sonoma County resident and author of hundreds of GLBT magazine articles, short stories, and twenty books of nonfiction and fiction, including the memoir of his lover "Mapplethorpe: Assault with a Deadly Camera," the history "Gay San Francisco," the novel "What They Did to the Kid: Confessions of an Altar Boy," and the award-winning "Some Dance to Remember: A Memoir-Novel of San Francisco 1970-1982." Much of the plot and action in "Some Dance" takes place in Sonoma County. He lives in Sebastopol.

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Corporal in Charge of Taking Care o ...American Erotic stories
Gay San FranciscoDrummer Magazine
JackedAmerican Adventure stories
Leather Blues
Leather bluesSexual behavior
Popular witchcraftWitchcraft
Rainbow County and Other StoriesGay men
Some dance to rememberAuthors
The Bear Book II
TitanicAmerican Erotic stories
What They Did to the KidFiction
What they did to the kidSeminarians

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