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Brown, James M (1893) Verses

                                                                                                                                                                                 

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Davidson, Toni (ed) (1989) And Thus Will I Freely Sing [Collection of short fiction and non-fiction]


Davidson, Toni (ed) (1992) Crazy Jig [Collection of short fiction and non-fiction]


Davidson, Toni (ed) (1992) Crazy Jig [Collection of short fiction and non-fiction]


Duncker, Patricia (1999) James Miranda Barry [based on the real life story of 'James Barry', who studied medicine at Edinburgh in 1809 and practiced successfully as a surgeon for many years but who was revealed to be either a woman or perhaps an intersex person]


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Gray, Alistair (1990) Something Leather


Gray, John (1893) Silverpoints [Poetry]


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Hellman, Lillian (1934) The Children's Hour [A play taking the Edinburgh Pirie & Woods case as its inspiration]


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Kay, Jackie (1998) Trumpet [inspired to some extent by the true story of American musician Billy Tipton, the novel, explores the life and relationships of Joss Moody, a married, black, Scottish jazz musician who is revealed to be biologically a woman on his death]

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McGregor, Iona (1989), Death Wore a Diadem [which has a number of vivid female characters, including young Christable MacKenzie and her lover Eleanor Stewart, caught up in a murder mystery surrounding a visit of Eugénie, Empress of the French, to Edinburgh in 1860]


Maley, John (1989), Delilah's [a 'warts and all' glimpse into life at a down-at-(high)heel Glasgow gay bar]


Mills, Joseph (1989) Towards the End [paints a sympathetic and engaging picture of a young working class gay man finding his identity in Glasgow]


Mills, Joseph (ed), (2001) Borderline; The Mainstream book of Scottish Gay Writing [Collection of short fiction and non-fiction]


Morgan, Edwin (1995) GGLC [much of Scots Makar, Eddie Morgan's output is subtly informed by his being a gay man]


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Stevenson, Robert Louis (1886) Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde [See the introduction by Richard Dury to the 2004 Edinburgh University Press edition]


Strachan, Zoe (ed) (2014) Out There: An Anthology of Scottish LGBT Writing {collection of fiction and non-fiction]


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Taylor, Simon (1992) Mortimer's Deep [historical novel set in late 12th and early 13th century Scotland which accurately reflects the changing attitudes to homosexuality in the medieval church]


Taylor, Simon (1994) Der Monch; Das Leben des Bruders Duscath von ihm selbst erzahlt [German translation of Mortimer's Deep]


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Urquhart, Fred (1938)'s Time Will Knit [Novel by gay man including a sympathetic portrayal of a tragic gay character]


Urquhart, Fred (?), Robert/Hilda [a beautiful short story about cross-dressing & sexuality - available in "The Devil and the Giro", Cannongate, 1989]

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Welsh, Louise (2002) The Cutting Room [crime novel with gay male character set in Glasgow]


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