Men Who Loved Me, the second installment of Felice Picano's memoirs, picks up the thread of his life in the mid-1960s. Sexually unresolved and unsuccessful in his relationships with women, unhappy in work and unfulfilled in life, Picano flees to Europe and settles in Italy in the golden era of Cinecitta, Rome's version of Hollywood. Even after he falls in with the questionable glamour of the time, his adventure is not over. He returns to Manhattan and a suddenly very gay world. This funny and sad remembrance of a Europe and New York that has entirely changed in today's world confirmed Picano's place among the most talked-about writers of his time.
Used availability for Felice Picano's Men Who Loved Me
November 1989 : USA Hardback
March 2003 : USA Paperback
February 1994 : USA Paperback
November 1990 : USA Paperback