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May 1996
Advocate;05/28/96, Issue 708, p16
States that some contributors to the Chelsea House line of books about famous gays and lesbians have begun to have concerns on whether their volumes would ever be published. Series edited by Martin Duberman; Factors contributing to the publishing house falling behind according to editorial director, Rick Rennert.


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