Pagan Press

Pagan Press

Pagan Press was founded in 1982 to publish books "of interest to the intelligent gay man." The first book was the first re-print for over half a century of Edward Carpenter's Iolaus: an Anthology of Friendship. This was followed by a selection of the writings of John Addington Symonds, including "A Problem in Greek Ethics".

Pagan Press has published books that are critical of the AIDS Industry, including The AIDS War by John Lauritsen.

Recent books include Percy Bysshe Shelley's translation of Plato's dialogue, The Banquet (or Symposium), John Lauritsen's A Freethinker's Primer of Male Love and The Man Who Wrote Frankenstein.

"Pagan" denotes the culture of Classical Antiquity. (It has nothing to do with witchcraft of the occult.)

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