Ellen Galford

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Ellen Galford is an American-born Scottish writer. She was born in the US and migrated to the United Kingdom in 1971, after a brief marriage in New York City. She came out in the mid-1970s. She has lived in Glasgow and London and now lives in Edinburgh with her partner. Her works include four lesbian novels:

  • Moll Cutpurse, Her True History (1984)
  • The Fires of Bride (1986)
  • Queendom Come (1990)
  • The Dyke and the Dybbuk (1993)

Galford was involved in recording Edinburgh's LGBT community history for the Remember When project.


Fans wonder why she has remained silent and not published any new work since the late 1990s.

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