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. She is Jewish.[1][2] 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.


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  1. ^ The Hammer and the Flute: Women, Power, and Spirit Possession By Mary Keller
  2. ^ Post-War Jewish Fiction: Ambivalence, Self Explanation and Transatlantic Connections By D. Brauner p.186
  3. ^ "1994 Lambda Literary Awards Recipients". Archived from the original on 6 May 2007.
  4. ^ "Stonewall Book Awards".