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1961 Un Nos Ola Leuad (One Moonlit Night) – opens to an external site. See also 1961 under Welsh History.
2001 Cheet by Anna Davies who grew up in Wales. ‘Kathryn, or K, is a taxi driver for whom cabbing is a psychological need … K’s lovers: Richard is a comfy single dad who lives with his daughter in Crouch End (K loves sitting at his kitchen table); Jonny was once a lead singer in a band, but is now a danger to himself and K; Joel is a beautiful, androgynous boy K picks up at her gym; Stefan is an ex-public schoolboy with a talent for massage and petty crime; Amy is a gay woman of flamboyant good looks with an attitude to match. And then there is Twinkle, a man who climbs into K’s cab one night.’
Source: The Guardian, 26 May 2001
2002 Mud Puppy by Erica Wooff.
2012 The Epicene Club by Mike P. Ireland
Edited by Kirsti Bohata, Mihangel Morgan and Huw Osborne
This ground-breaking volume makes visible a long and diverse tradition of queer writing from Wales. Spanning genres from ghost stories and science fiction to industrial literature and surrealist modernism, these are stories of love, loss and transformation.
1971 The ladies of Llangollen: A study in romantic friendship by Elizabeth Mavor
2006 Angus McBean: Facemaker by Adrian Woodhouse
2010 Closets are for clothes: Understanding and celebrating everything gay! Living a happy and successful life outside the closet by Richard Harris
2013 Not behind lace curtains: The hidden world of Evan, Viscount Tredegar by Will Cross.