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David Bowie Made Me Gay
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The definitive book revealing the influence of LGBT writers/ performers on the history and evolution of modern music

About the Author

Darryl W. Bullock - a veritable Bard of the bent, broken and Baroque (Andy Partridge) - is a writer, publisher and editor specialising in music and the arts. He has been profiled in the Guardian, Sunday Times and Gay Times and has featured on BBC One (The Big Questions), C4 (Come Dine With Me) as well as numerous local and national radio and TV programmes in the UK. Bullock is the author of Florence Foster Jenkins: the Life of the World's Worst Opera Singer (published by Duckworth in 2016). He posts weekly on his popular blog called The World's Worst Records: http://worldsworstrecords.blogspot.ca/

Reviews

'Lovingly detailed and exhaustively researched - easily the most readable and comprehensive guide I've seen to this fascinating hidden history'

-- Tom Robinson, musician, broadcaster and long-time LGBT rights activist

'An excellent book'

* GayStarNews *

'Darryl W. Bullock leaves no stone unturned in his analysis of this crucial part of LGBT culture'

* Men 24 Magazine *

'A thorough and enjoyable tour through LGBT history that underlines how important music is to us, and how important we are to music'

-- Rod Thomas, Bright Light Bright Light

'An important volume. One that deserves to be read. One that deserves to be taught.'

* New York Journal of Books *

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