George Stambolian born 10 April 1938 (d. 1991)
George Stambolian was a scholar of French, and advocate and critic of American literature and photography. A pioneer of queer literary studies, he also edited many very successful collections of homosexual fiction including the Men On Men series, and was a regular contributor to The Advocate, Christopher Street and the New York Native.
He died of an AIDS-related illness in December 1991, at his home in New York.
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