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Sibling Rivarly books

Sibling Rivalry Press titles at the Bureau

Featured titles from Sibling Rivalry Press at the Bureau! “Founded in 2010, Sibling Rivalry Press is an independent publishing house based in Alexander, Arkansas. Our mission is to develop, promote, and market underground artistic talent—those who don’t quite fit into the mainstream.” “My Life as Adam is Bryan Borland’s full-length debut and was included as one [...]

Affectionate Men

Affectionate Men: A Photographic History of a Century of Male Couples (1850′s to 1950′s)

Affectionate Men: A Photographic History of a Century of Male Couples (1850′s to 1950′s), by Russell Bush, St. Martin’s Press, 1998. New out-of-print paperback for $50. Before Jeffrey Deitcher’s Dear Friends: American Photographs of Men Together, 1840-1918 (2001) and John Ibson’s Picturing Men: A Century of Male Relationships in Everyday American Photography (2002), photographic collector [...]

Wild Animals New Fuck You

Just arrived! Wild Animals I Have Known, the Sissy Calendar, The New Fuck You

Kevin Bentley’s Wild Animals I Have Known: Polk Street Diaries and After (2002), Elisha Lim’s Sissy calendar (universal),  The New Fuck You: Adventures in Lesbian Reading (1995), edited by Eileen Myles and Liz Kotz,  A Scarecrow’s Bible (2006) by Martin Hyatt, and To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life (1990) by Hervé Guibert.

Rrose

The Bureau recommends Rrose is a Rrose is a Rrose: Gender Performance in Photography

Published on the occasion of the 1997 exhibition of the same name at the Guggenheim Museum, New York. Essays by Jennifer Blessing, Carole-Anne Tyler, Sarah Wilson, Nancy Spector, Judith Halberstam and Lyle Ashton Harris. Photographic works by Janine Antoni, Matthew Barney, Cecil Beaton, Brassaï, Claude Cahun, Marcel Duchamp, Nan Goldin, Lyle Ashton Harris, Hannah Höch, [...]

Randy issue 3

Issues 1, 2, and 3 of Randy now available at the Bureau

The Bureau now stocks Randy! RANDY is a personal and nepotistic project and this is our gesture. A.K. Burns and Sophie Morner initiated this project in late 2009 and decided our first commitment was to create something based on what we love and care about. We invited Clark Solack to become co-editor, who then joined [...]