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John Coriolan papers
2003-16  
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John Coriolan, author of numerous books including "A Sand Fortress" (Award Books, 1968),"The Smile of Eros" (Gay Sunshine Press, 1984), and "Unzipped - A Novella and Six Short Stories" (Gay Sunshine Press, 1983), donated "Lucky That Way," an unpublished typescript that includes a memoir, interviews, profiles, [photocopies of] photos and drawings. Coriolan grew up in the midwest, attended college in the 1930s, and lived in New York City, Key West and San Francisco as an adult. In "Lucky that Way," Coriolan discusses erotic activity in World War II, his 13 year relationship starting in 1951, the sexual revolution of the 1960s, and the AIDS crisis of the 1980s.
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.1 linear feet
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Collection is open for research.