Haiduk Press is based on the premise that the most important freedom is the freedom to love. As long as men who love each other and boys who love each other are still persecuted, works on gay history, gay culture, and gay literature will need to be published as a bulwark against bigotry, ignorance and homophobia.

Ranging from gay history works such as the restoration of the gay Bible, the ancient Greek myths of male love, to the use of queer studies to refute Evangelist homophobic dogma, to critical studies of modern gay literature, Haiduk Press presents non-fiction works that gently challenge the cultural status quo and conventional wisdom.

 
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Testimonials

 

About THE LOST LIBRARY

 

“A treasure map to yesterday’s hidden gems.”

Patty Comeau

ForeWord Magazine


 


 

About THOU SHALL NOT LOVE


"A tour de force of evidence, reason, and cogent argument."

Daniel Helminiak, author of

What the Bible Really Says

About Homosexuality


"A definitive answer to the misinformation, mistruth and downright meanness of so many evangelicals on the issue of gay/lesbian rights. . . Provides fresh data and powerful arguments that cast new light on this tortured subject."

Walter Wink, PhD

Auburn Theological Seminary


 


 

About LOVERS LEGENDS UNBOUND

 

"A delight to the ear, an excitement to the mind, and a solace to the heart. A truly fine work."

— Sir Derek Jacobi


Current Catalog

Lover's Legend Unbound


Lovers' Legends: The Gay Greek Myths


The Lost Library: Gay Fiction Rediscovered


Thou Shall Not Love