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Gregory Woods
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Homintern: Timeline and Preface
A timeline and an extract from the Preface of my book Homintern , on the UK blog of Yale University Press: http://yalebooksblog.co.uk/2016/04/18/how-gay-culture-liberated-the-modern-world-a-timeline/
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LGBT Staff in Academia
A feature to which I contributed, in the Times Higher Education Supplement , on the experience of LGBT staff in the academic world: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/features/how-welcoming-is-academia-to-lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender-lgbt-staff
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From Gay Conspiracy to Queer Chic
An essay on LGBT culture, commissioned by the Guardian to mark the publication of my Homintern : http://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/apr/08/gay-conspiracy-homosexual-culture-liberated-arts?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Facebook
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Ten Landmarks in Gay and Lesbian Literature
A brief list of good gay and lesbian reading I compiled for the Guardian : http://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/may/04/top-10-landmarks-in-gay-and-lesbian-literature
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The Man on the Rock
[This is the introduction I wrote for the 2014 Valancourt Press reissue of Francis King's novel.] Educated at Shrewsbury
School and Balliol College, Oxford, Francis King (1923-2011) began
life from a position of privilege, but a spell of agricultural labour...
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To the Dark Tower
[This is my introduction I wrote for the 2014 Valancourt Press reissue of Francis King's novel.] Re-reading To the
Dark Tower in 1975, when Arrow reissued it in paperback (it had
first been published in 1946 when he was twenty-three), Francis King
was ‘plea...
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Violet Gordon Woodhouse
Late in the summer of
1894, Rupert Gwynne and Gordon Woodhouse, having both just left
Cambridge, held a party at the home of the latter’s parents, at
which Woodhouse met Gwynne’s twenty-three-year-old sister, Violet.
Within weeks, Gordon and Violet were eng...
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