No end to the way
Neville Jackson [Gerald Glaskin]
London: Corgi, 1967
The first Australian novel written from an openly homosexual point of view, written by Gerald Glaskin under the pseudonym Neville Jackson. Set in Perth, this tale of a same-sex relationship struggling against the social mores of the age. First published in London by Barrie and Rockliff, it was the 1967 Corgi edition, with its lurid yellow cover and model in short-shorts and provocative gaze that captured the attention of a newly emerging gay market. Glaskin published many novels, short story collections and non-fiction works. The Archives holds a number of editions of this work.