Where do you shelve books that are out of the closet?

Bryant, Eric
June 1993
Publishers Weekly;6/7/1993, Vol. 240 Issue 23, p41
Trade Publication
Discusses effective merchandising of gay and lesbian books. Booksellers' past difficulties; Publishing Triangle's Gay and Lesbian Book Month; Integration of all titles of lesbian and gay interest; Separate sections; Sales; Maintenance of variety of special-interest titles; Stocking on what customers want; Free distribution of local lesbian newsletter; Contact with local gay and lesbian chapters; Off-campus place.


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