As part of LGBT History Month, Housmans presents this talk and Q&A from two gay authors launching new titles on Paradise Press. David Gee's The Bexhill Missile Crisis is set in the '60s, while Christopher Preston's Twenty-Two Eighty-Four is set way in the future – both explore gender and sexuality in society, either against the backdrop of the Cold War or a dystopian world.
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Housmans Bookshop, King's Cross
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