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Short stories

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Gay Scotland, Issue 23, Sep 1985 - Oct 1985

Identifier: GD61/10/2/25
Scope and Contents The front covers reads "Toronto Exclusive", and shows a large crowd with some holding banners. An article in this issue discusses the first International Gay Association (IGA) Conference held Toronto between 1 July 1985 and 7 July 1985. This issues discusses: funding for Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM); funding for the London Lesbian and Gay Centre; the suicide of a gay man who had been evicted from his lodgings and a report in the Scotsman relating to a speech given by Robin Cook...
Dates: Sep 1985 - Oct 1985

Gay Scotland, Issue 29, Sep 1986 - Oct 1986

Identifier: GD61/10/2/31
Scope and Contents The front cover shows people at a march holding a Gay Scotland banner and reads: “Censorship”, Caeia March”, “Lisa Eade”, and “Derek Jarman”.This issue includes: an article discussing The Forbidden Library in London; an interview with Derek Jarman; lesbian author Caeia March discusses her work with Sigrid Nielsen; the Gay Scotland short story winner, These Things I Have Told You, by Lisa Eade; the seizure of books at Gay is the Word; international news relating to the LGBTQ+...
Dates: Sep 1986 - Oct 1986

Gay Scotland, Issue 51, 1990

Identifier: GD61/10/2/53
Scope and Contents The front cover reads: “Edwin Morgan Exclusive!”, “Small Balls Required!”, and “Spring Into Summer!”.This issue includes: artwork depicting sex between men not permitted to be publicly shown at the Edinburgh College of Art; an interview with Edwin Morgan; short stories; updated on Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM) and ACT UP; coverage of the gay and lesbian community in the mainstream press; international news relating to the LGBTQ+ community; a youth section; reviews and articles on...
Dates: 1990

Gay Scotland, Issue 54, 1990

Identifier: GD61/10/2/56
Scope and Contents The front cover reads: “It’s Panto Time Again!”, “Tales for the Fireside”, and “Centre Appeal – Latest News”.This issue includes: the assault of a Scottish Homosexual Rights Group’s (SHRG) representative at the annual remembrance parade in Edinburgh; the 21st birthday party for SHRG; an article on the Gay Men’s Rural Project; short stories; an article titled: Hepatitis B – the forgotten virus; funding for the Edinburgh Lesbian and Gay Centre; a youth section; reviews and articles...
Dates: 1990

Letter from Hugh MacDiarmid to Morley Jamieson, 4 December 1977

 Item — Box CLX-A-387
Identifier: Coll-1848/22-0047
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed sent by Hugh MacDiarmid to Morley Jamieson, Candymill, 4 December 1977. In the letter, Grieve praises Jamieson on the publication of Brunton's Miscellany: "Your first issue is excellent - most elegantly produced and full of good things. I hope it has gone well. We were glad to know the launching party was so well-attended". He and his wife Valda are "very sorry indeed" not to have been able to attend: "the...
Dates: 4 December 1977