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Anonymous. (n.d.). The birth of Barbara. Tulare, CA: Chevalier Publications.

Anonymous. (1972). Drag queen: A study of the life style of the drag queen. Seattle: Empathy Press.

Anonymous. (1991). That's a girl. Contemporary TV Fiction Magazine, 20.

Anonymous. (1992). We've got you covered! in lingerie. Seattle, WA: Empathy Press.

Anthony, P. (1974). Rings of ice. New York: Avon Books.

Ayres, T. (1995). String of pearls: Stories about cross-dressing. St. Leonards, NSW, Australia: Allen & Unwin.

Beatriz. (1991). Busting out. Alexandria, VA; Reluctant Press.

Bell, D. (1990). Acting like a girl. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Berger, T. (1973). Regiment of women. New York: Popular Library.

Blencoe, N. (1995). Acid casuals. New York: Serpent's Tail.

Block, L. (1982). Eight million ways to die. New York: Avon.

Bowdler, R. (1971). Sense and sensuality. New York: Dell.

Bowen, G. (1996). Saddlesore. In C. Tan (Ed.), S/M Pasts, 37-49. Cambridge, MA: Circlet Press.

Bradbury, R. (1975). Long after midnight.

Brown, G. (1966). I want what I want. London: Werdenfeld & Nicolson.

Buckland, P. (1959). Chorus of witches. London: W.H. Allen.

C.C. (1985). School for male slaves and The TV shop. New York: Lee's Mardi Gras Enterprises.

Calder, R. (n.d., but ca 1990). Mosquito. Omni, 67, 68, 70, 71, 93, 94, 96, 97.

Camus, A. (n.d.). School for a transvestite. Publisher not listed.

Camus, A. (n.d.). Fictional (I'm sure) diary of a crossdresser who meets a girl who (naturally enough, at least in TV fiction) loves him in women's clothing. Photos of female impersonators.

Carr, C. (1994). The alienist. New York: Random House.

Castle, S. (1995). The dual alliance. Vancouver: Perceptions Press.

Chavre, R. (1970). Sex change: A man with a woman's body becomes a woman with a man's desires! El Cajon, CA: Publishers Export Co., Inc.

Clark, H.J. (Ed.). Transvestite's guide. Photos of crossdressers and rah-rah stories about getting dressed up.

Collins, D. (1988). Model husband. TV Fiction Classics, 3. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Court ordered crossdresser. Crossdressers Fiction Series. Bay Head, NJ: UTTS.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Trapped into crossdressing. Crossdressers Fiction Series, 10. Thompson, PA: Echo Sales & Services.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Total deception. Satin Ribbon Fiction Series, 7. Thompson, PA: Echo Productions.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Sold into crossdressing. Thompson, PA: Echo Sales & Services.

Collins, S. (n.d.). From navy blue to little girl pink. Thompson, PA: Echo Sales & Services.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Trapped into crossdressing. Crossdressers Fiction Series #10. Thompson, PA: Echo Sales & Services.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Caught in petticoats. Thompson, PA: Echo Sales & Services.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Girls school for boys. Thompson, PA: Echo Sales & Services.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Boy at a girl's school. Thompson, PA: Echo Sales & Services.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Tutored into crossdressing. Crossdressers Fiction Series 8. Bay Head, NJ: UTTS.

Collins, S. (n.d.). Miss Holly's special girls. Crossdressers Story Book Seriesk 6. Bay Head, NJ: UTTS.

Delacroix, R. (1996). Truth or dare. In C. Tan (Ed.), S/M Pasts, 168-185. Cambridge, MA: Circlet Press.

Engstrada, S.  (1947).  The sling and the arrow.  New York:  Pyramid Books.

Story of a man who intermittently wants to be a woman.

Evans, O. (1991). Between two worlds. Alexandria, VA; Reluctant Press.

Evans, O. (1990). Flight of fancy. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Feinberg, L. (1993). Stone butch blues. New York: Firebrand Books.

Fierstein, H. (1978). Torch song trilogy: The International Stud, Figure in a Nursery, and Widows and Children First! New York: The Gay Presses of New York.

Frank, J., Stine, J., & Ackerman, F.J. (1994). New Eves: Science fiction about the extraordinary women of today and tomorrow. Stamford, CT: Longmeadow Press.

Garner, J.F. (1994). Little red riding hood. In Politically correct bedtime stories. New York: Macmillan.

Genet, J.  (1963).  Our lady of the flowers.  New York:  Grove Press.

Goldman, W. (1964). No way to treat a lady. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett.

Gordon, B., & Wentworth, T-A. (1991). Oil and gasoline: A story of two survivors. Boston: Alyson Publications.

Goyen, W. (1983). Arcadio. NY: E.P. Dutton.

Gravois, V. (1997). Cherry single: A transvestite comes of age. Belmont, CA: Alchemist/Light Publishing.

Gregory, S. (1994). The blood of angels. Clarkston, GA: White Wolf.

Hall, R. (1928). The well of loneliness. New York: Avon.

Hand, E. (1996). Walking the moon. New York: HarperPrism.

Hansen, J. (n.d.). Skinflick.

Hansen, J. (1991). A country of old men. New York: Viking.

Harris, T. (1988). The silence of the lambs. New York: St. Martin's.

Heinlein, R. (1959). The menace from Earth. New York: Signet.

Heinlein, R. (1980). The number of the beast. New York: Fawcett Columbine.

Heinlein, R. (1982). Friday. New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston.

Hemingway, E. (1940). For whom the bell tolls. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.

Heym, S. (1972, September). The Wachsmuth Syndrome. Playboy.

Highwater, J. (1992). Kill hole. New York: Grove Press.

Hiller, C. (n.d.). Tennis mother.

Hollingsworth, E. (1974). Zulma. New York: Warner Books.

Hunt, C. (1995). The Bisley boy. East Haven, CT: Gay Men's Press.

Irving, J. (1976). The world according to Garp. New York: Dutton.

Irving, J. A son of the circus.

James, P.D. (1972). An unsuitable job for a woman. London: Faber.

Janowitz, T. (1992). The male crossdresser support group. New York: Crown Publishers.

Jordan, N. (1993). The crying game. New York: Vintage Books.

Kaldera, R. (1996). Gallae. In C. Tan (Ed.), S/M Pasts, 87-102. Cambridge, MA: Circlet Press.

Kane, D. (1986). Anatomy of a TV!. New York: Lee's Mardi Gras Enterprises.

Kipling, R. (ca 1900). Plain tales from the hills.

Kosinski, J. (1969). Steps. New York: Bantam.

Kosinski, J. (1977). Blind date. New York: Houghton Mifflin.

Kosinski, J. (1982). Pinball. New York: Bantam.

Krell, J. (1997). Jayson: A new collection. New York: Ignite! Entertainment.

Lake, A. (1969). Miss high heels. New York: Grove Press.

Lee, L. (A. Ligenfelter, Transl.). (1994). Farewell my concubine. New York: HarperPerennial.

Lee, T. (1977). Drinking sapphire wine. New York: DAW Books.

LeGuin, U. Is gender necessary? In V. McIntyre, & P. Anderson, Aurora: Beyond equality.

LeGuin, U. (1969). The left hand of darkness. New York: Walker.

Leigh, C. (1991). Together. Alexandria, VA: Reluctant Press.

Leigh, C. (1991). Beginnings. Alexandria, VA: Reluctant Press.

Leigh, M. (1963). The velvet underground. New York: McFadden Books.

Little, J. (1956). Somewhere between the two. NY: Paperback Library.

Longbaugh, H. (1964). No way to treat a lady. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett.

MacLeon, A. (1996). The changeling. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Maupin, A. (1972). Tales from the city. New York: Harper.

Maupin, A. (1980). More tales from the city. New York: Harper.

Maupin, A. (1982). Further tales from the city. New York: Harper.

Maupin, A. (1987). Significant others. New York: Harper & Row.

McClain, J. (1992). To be a woman. Provincetown, MA: Different Paths Press.

McCullers, C. (1950). A member of the wedding. New York: Bantam.

McKim, L. (1989). The un-natural. TV Fiction Classics, #11.

McMurtry, L. (1990). Buffalo girls. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Mesics, S. (n.d.). Lady Domineer's TV finishing school. Belmar, NJ: Neptune Productions.

Mummy becomes a man. (1997). Netherlands: Stichting Ede.

Myrtle. (1965). Carnival. Los Angeles: Chevalier Publications.

Nordan, L. (1986). The all-girl football team. Louisiana: L.S.U. Press.

Oates, J.C. (1982). A bloodsmoor romance. New York: E.P. Dutton.

Odinsen, T.H. (1982). Teen TV. Part 1. New York: Lee's Mardi Gras Enterprises.

Odinsen, T.H. (1983). Teen TV. Part 2. New York: Lee's Mardi Gras Enterprises.

Outland, O. (1997). Death wore a smart little outfit. New York: Berkeley Prime Crime.

Preston, J. (1995). Franny: The queen of Provincetown. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Purtill, J. (1996). The countfeit maiden. Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, 30, 47-49.

R., B.A. (1990). Changing vows too. Contemporary TV Fiction Magazine, 7.

Randolph, M. (n.d.). Mikki exposed: Searching for intimacy. Unpublished manuscript.

Rawley, D. Samba. Buzz, 31. (http://www.buzzmag.com/Issue31/Samba31/html.

Richards, K. (1989). Schooling in skirts. Contemporary TV Fiction Magazine, 2.

Rodi, R. (1996). The birdcage. New York: Plume.

Rodi, R. (1995). Drag queen. New York: Dutton.

Ron and Friends. (1991). Woman's work. TV Fiction Classics Magazine, #21.

Rosten, L. (1956). Captain Newman, M.D. New York: Harper & Brothers.

Rubens, B. (1984). Sunday best. New York: Pocket Books.

Russ, J. When it changed. in H. Ellison (Ed.), Again, dangerous visions.

Saylor, S. (1995). The Venus throw: A mystery of Ancient Rome. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Selby, H., Jr. (1964). Last exit to Brooklyn. NY: Grove Weidenfeld.

Singer, I.B. (1960). Two. In Old love, pp. 33-47. New York: Farrar, Straus, & Girous.

Spelvin, G. (1990). Skirt for a flirt. Contemporary TV Fiction, 5. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Stine, J. (1994). Season of the witch. New York: Masquerade Books.

Sullivan, C., & Bornstein, K. (1996). Nearly roadkill: An infobahn eroteic adventure. New York: High Risk Books.

Swift, E. (1988). Splendora. Secaucus, NJ: Meadowland Books.

Tan, C. (1996). Genderflex: Sexy stories on the edge and in-between. Cambridge, MA: Circlet Press.

Thomas, S. (1988). Miss-ing passport. TV Fiction Classics, 7. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Thomas, S. (1988). Just like a woman. TV Fiction Classics, 9. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Thomas, S. (1988). Skirting the issues. TV Fiction Classics, 10. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Thomas, S. (1988). Not enough girls. TV Fiction Classics, 11. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Thomas, S. (1988). All dolled up. TV Fiction Classics, 12. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Thomas, S. (1990). Going a broad. TV Fiction Classics Magazine, #17. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Thomas, S. (1989). Not enough girls. TV Fiction Classics Magazine, 11.

Thomas, S. (n.d., but early 1990s). Transformation: Form of woman, mind of man. Capistrano Beach, CA: Sandy Thomas Publications.

Topor, R. (1964). The tenant. New York: Bantam Books.

Trail, A., & Thomas, S. (1993). Like a daughter. TV Fiction Classics Magazine, #29.

Tremaine, R. (1992). Sacred country. London: Sinclair-Stevenson.

Triptow, R. (Ed.). (1989). Gay comics: The smartest and wittiest gay and lesbian cartoonists. New York: New American Library.

Tucker, H. (1968). A dairy of the senses. San Diego: Greenleaf Classics.

V.C. (1987). Substitute daughter. TV Ficdtion Classics, 4. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Varley, J. (n.d.). The barbie murders. (Also published with the name Picnic on Farside).

Varley, J. Steel beach. New York: Ace Books.

Vidal, G. (1968). Myra Breckenridge. Boston: Little Brown, & Co.

Walker, A. (1992). Possessing the secret of joy. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Warren, A. (1988). Room for a change. TV Fiction Classics, 2. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

Warren, A. (1989). Can't cut it. Contemporary TV Fiction Magazine, 1. Studio City, CA: Sandy Thomas Advertising.

White, L. (1966). The satin prince. North Hollywood, CA: All Star Books.

Williams, L. (1986). Brother becomes sister! New York: Lee's Mardi Gras Enterprises.

Williams, L. (1985). He became his brother's mistress. New York: Lee's Mardi Gras Enterprises.

Winters, J. (n.d., but mid-1990s). A well-kept secret. In Winters' tales: Stories and observations for the unusual.

Winters, J. (n.d., but mid-1990s). The king who had to be queen, too. In Winters' tales: Stories and observations for the unusual, pp. 46-49.

Wood, E., Jr. (1967). Drag trade. Van Nuys, CA: Triumph News.

Wood, E., Jr. (1967). It takes one to know one. Agoura, CA: Pad Library.

Woolfe, V. (1928). Orlando: A biography. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company.

Zelazny, R. (n.d). Lady of steel. In Chicks in chainmail.



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