Queer Places:
41 Rue Meslay, 75003 Paris, France
26 Boulevard Victor Hugo, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

Axiéros aka Pierre Émile Marie Guyolot-Dubasty (October 29, 1898, 41 rue Meslay, Paris - January 28, 1927, 26 Boulevard Victor Hugo, Neuilly-sur-Seine) was the author of the highly regarded gay novel, Platoniquement (1924), with a preface by Maurice Rostand.

He was the son of Emile Guyolot and Elisabeth Pagnard.

He was one of the principal collaborators with Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen in his review Akademos and also the short-lived review Inversions. His legacy is maintained today by an association of the friends of Axieros, who publish a gay cultural magazine, Inverses: littératures, arts, homosexualités.

He was adopted by Henri Georges Dubasty by virtue of a judgment of the Paris Court of Appeal, May 17, 1922.

Rostand also wrote the preface to the book in his homage wrote at the time of his death by Vivienne Orland [ 5 ] .

Les Miettes du Banquet, a collection of short prose works, was released after his death in 1929.

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