For my MA capstone project in history and public history, I digitized the work of Carl Corley, a 1960s gay pulp author and artist from Mississippi and Louisiana. You can find his novels, comics, and art at www.carlcorley.com! I’ve also made several posts on the topic here, and they’ll probably continue.
- I Digitized Some Gay Pulp for You describes the website and its intentions.
- A Queer Public History Reading List compiles sources on how to do queer public history and queer historical research.
- Review: Secret Historian: The Life and Times of Samuel Steward, Professor, Tattoo Artist, and Sexual Renegade by Justin Spring reviews a super good biography of another gay pulp author.
- Review: Men Like That: A Southern Queer History by John Howard and Historiography of the Queer South narrate the origins and foundations of the project.