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About John Preston. John Preston. John Preston wrote and edited gay erotica, fiction, and nonfiction. He grew up in Medfield, Massachusetts, later living in a of major American cities before settling in Portland, Maine in A writer of fiction and nonfiction, dealing mostly with issues in gay life, he was a pioneer in the early gay rights movement in Minneapolis.

He helped found one of the earliest gay community centers John Preston wrote and edited gay erotica, fiction, and nonfiction. He helped master sucht sklaven one of the earliest gay community centers in the United States, edited two newsletters devoted to sexual health, and served as editor of The Advocate in He was the author or editor of nearly fifty books, including such erotic landmarks as Mr.

Preston's writing which he described as pornography was part of a movement in the s and s toward higher literary quality in gay erotic fiction.

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Preston was an outspoken advocate of the artistic and social worth of erotic writings, delivering a lecture at Harvard University entitled My Life as a Pornographer. The lecture was later published in an essay collection with the same name. The collection includes Preston's thoughts about the gay leather community, to which he belonged. His writings caused controversy when he was one of several gay and lesbian authors to have their books confiscated at the border by Canada Customs.

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Preston also brought gay erotic fiction to mainstream readers by editing the Flesh and the Word anthologies for a major press. Preston served as a journalist and essayist throughout his life. He wrote news articles for Drummer and other gay magazines, produced a syndicated column on gay life in Maine, and penned a column for Lambda Book Report called "Preston on Publishing.

He was especially noted for his writings on New England.

Although primarily known as a gay fiction writer, Preston was also hired by a local newspaper, The Portland Chronicle, to write news articles and features about his adopted hometown of Portland. He wrote a long feature about the local monopoly newspaper, the Portland Press Herald, as well as many food articles movie reviews and other writing. Taking what he had learned from authoring those books, he wrote the "Alex Kane" adventure novels about gay characters. These books, which included "Sweet Dreams," "Golden Years," and "Deadly Lies," combined action-story master sucht sklaven with an exploration of issues such as the problems facing gay youth.

Preston was among the first writers to popularize the genre of safe sex stories, editing a safe sex anthology entitled Hot Living in In the late s, he discovered that he himself was HIV positive. Some of his last essays, found in his nonfiction anthologies and in his posthumous collection Winter's Light, describe his struggle to come emotionally to terms with a disease that had already killed many of his friends and fellow writers.

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