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This dirge – a piece traditionally performed as part of a funeral rite – recounts the case of William Arden, John Dought...
Writer Afshan D’souza-Lodhi introduces a recording of her conversation with artists and poets Dean Atta and Paula Varjac...
This article traces the journey of the LGBT community from 1533 to today, looking at the battles for equality that were...
Allan Horsfall (left; 1927–2012), here pictured with Ray Gosling (right), was recorded in 2009 for the Millthorpe Projec...
Newspapers were state of the art technology in 1833. Provincial regional newspapers in this period were rare and expensi...
W H Auden’s collection of poems Another Time was published in 1940 in Britain and America. The book contains some of Aud...
Arena Three was the first publication aimed at lesbians and bisexual women in the UK. It was created by the Minorities R...
Steven Dryden looks at how Britain’s first lesbian magazine came about and its impact on society.
A conversation between Armistead Maupin and Damian Barr on the release of The Days of Anna Madrigal, the last novel in t...
Where and how does the LGBTQ community view themselves in literature? Join author Armistead Maupin to discover how over...
Bi Community News, the longest-running magazine for bisexuals, began publishing in September 1995, following a meeting o...
Jen Yockney MBE discusses the longest-running magazine for bisexuals Bi Community News – how it emerged, the content it...
In 1895, the playwright and wit Oscar Wilde (1854–1900) had enjoyed great success, with works such as The Importance of ...
In January 2018 the British Library hosted a conversation between E-J Scott, curator of the Museum of Transology, Dr Jay...