MR. MADAM: Confessions of a Male Madam. Kenneth Marlowe.

MR. MADAM: Confessions of a Male Madam

Los Angeles: Sherbourne Press, 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. Sensational autobiography of the drag perfomer turned madam: "queen of a beehive of pretty little homosexual slaves who brought in the honey by submitting to the erotic demands of an exclusive Hollywood clientele." Marlowe later transitioned, adopting the name Katherine (or Kate), and served as an inspiration for the character Anna Madrigal in Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City (1978). Introduction by Dr. Leonard A. Lowag. 246 p. with textual photographs. Octavo. Original gray cloth binding, with gilt titles. Some mild edgewear to the dust jacket; else very good or better. Very good / Very good. Item #70519

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