Radical Faeries?

Here is a brief overview of reading materials about the radical faeries: 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radical_Faeries -or- vintage.radicalfaeries.net

More online radical freesources:
  • RadFae online directory, lots of links and background: www.radfae.org
  • RFD, oldest gay reader-written journal: www.rfdmag.org
  • “Radical Faeries” Facebook group
  • Rely on Philly faeries: www.phillyfaeries.net/notions.php 
  • Other local faery groups, region/city/activity- or sanctuary-oriented. They’re all over facebook, yahoo, tribe.net, etc 

Better yet, read these:
  • Whitman, Walt (1860), “Calamus” cluster, Leaves of Grass 3rd edition
  • Mitchell, Larry (1977), The Faggots & Their Friends Between Revolutions, with drawings by Ned Asta, Calamus Books, ISBN 9780930762001 (available as PDF at https://www.facebook.com/groups/nycfaeries/files/)
  • Evans, Arthur (1978), Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture: A Radical View of Western Civilization and Some of the People It Has Tried to Destroy, Fag Rag Books, ISBN 0915480018
  • Rumaker, Michael (1981), My First Satyrnalia, Grey Fox Press, ISBN 9780912516516
  • Thompson, Mark, ed. (1987), Gay Spirit: Myth and Meaning, St. Martin’s Press, ISBN 9781590210246
  • Hay, Harry (1996), Radically Gay: Gay Liberation in the Words of Its Founder, Beacon Press, ISBN 0807070807
  • Rumaker, Michael (1998), Pagan Days, Circumstantial Publications, ISBN 9781891592102
  • Ready For Drama (Summer 2005), RFD Magazine Issue #122
  • Hennen, Peter (2008), Faeries, Bears, and Leathermen: Men in Community Queering the Masculine, University of Chicago Press, ISBN 9780226327273
  • Thompson, Mark, ed. (2011), The Fire in Moonlight: Stories from the Radical Faeries, 1975-2010, with Richard Neely (Osiris) and Bo Young, foreword by Will Roscoe, White Crane Books, ISBN 9781590213384
  • Timmons, Stuart (2012), The Trouble With Harry Hay, White Crane Books, ISBN 9781938246005
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