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A Guide to LGBTQ Publishers in the UK

The UK has a vibrant and diverse LGBTQ community, and it is also home to a number of LGBTQ publishers. These publishers focus on producing and promoting literature and media that represents and celebrates the diversity of the LGBTQ experience. Some notable LGBTQ publishers in the UK include:

  1. Gay's The Word: This London-based bookstore and publisher has been in operation since 1979 and specializes in LGBTQ literature.

  2. Diva Books: This publisher specializes in lesbian fiction and has been in operation since 1994.

  3. The Other Way Works: This publisher produces LGBTQ fiction, poetry and non-fiction.

  4. The Gay Men's Press: This publisher has been producing gay literature since 1978 and is one of the oldest LGBTQ publishers in the world.

  5. The Seal Press: This publisher produces literature that addresses social justice issues, including those that explore LGBTQ themes and experiences.

  6. Topside Press: This publisher specializes in transgender literature and has been in operation since 2011

These publishers offer a wide range of literature, from poetry, fiction, non-fiction, biographies, and much more. They also promote and support LGBTQ authors and give them a platform to tell their stories and be heard. Additionally, they provide resources and representation for the LGBTQ community in the UK, by providing access to literature that reflects their experiences and identities.

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