New York: Free Milk Fund Press, 1974. Eight 8.5x14 inch sheets printed both sides and stapled across the top, folded in half, toning to edges and covers. Violet Quill co-founder and playright Whitmore's self-published poetry from a press in his New York apartment, scarce in this format. His first publication also issued as "Eighteen poems from Getting gay in New York" and in 1976 in a stapled booklet format. Author of "Confessions of Danny Slocum" and a contributor to Christopher Street and early AIDS writer.
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