Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Contents of the Autumn 1999 Issue

News and Views GALHA events update.
National Secular Society opposes Vatican’s status at the United Nations.
Ingersoll Centenary Event goes on the road.
Outcast Magazine launched.
Living with the Enemy.
World Watch – news from Denmark, Finland, Norway and the United States.
Obituary Obituary for David Storey by George Broadhead.
Obituary for John Roles by George Broadhead.
Web Watch Brett Humphreys looks at the development of lesbian and gay partnership law over the last ten years.
Features Born of Mary: George Broadhead looks back at the inception of the Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association and its achievements over its first twenty years.
England’s GinsbergWarren Allen Smith profiles the British gay humanist writer Royston Ellis.
CD Jim Herrick reviews Russian Images, sung by Vassily Savenko accompanied by Alexander Block; Shostakovitch’s Symphony No. 15, played by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Georg Solti; and Britten Choral Edition No. 3, with the Finzi Singers and Lichfield Cathedral Choristers.
Theatre Out and About in EdinburghTony Challis reviews some performances at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe and takes in the Book Festival.
Books Daniel O’Hara reviews George Eliot: The Last Victorian, by Kathryn Hughes.
Stephen Moreton reviews Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity, by Bruce Bagemihl.
Jean Raison reviews Catherine Cookson: The Biography, by Kathleen Jones.
Postbag A study of homosexuality and bisexuality in Islamic cultures.
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