Stories from the Closet Till Closing Time

By John Maley

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Glasgow is a city full of invisible lovers; a place where it's hard to be gay. But at Delilah's it's okay to be who you are, as long as you're honest. The gay bar attracts the big-hearted and the big-haired, and is a place where it's always party time. At Delilah's no one is invisible.

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Glasgow is full of invisible lovers because it's a city where it's hard to be gay. Couples can't easily kiss in the park. They pretend for years to their families that their partner's 'a friend'. And families find it hard to accept that 'friend' - so many people never come out. Some folk look for one-night stands, others can't get anything else. But at Delilah's it's ok to be who you are, as long as you're honest. It's a happy place, always party time, and this is the book where you'll meet Joanie, the bar manager, Mamma and Papa, and all the regulars, as well as those passing through, because at Delilah's no one is invisible. From the big-hearted to the big-haired, Delilah's is in sympathy with the gay community, but with a lot of laughs.

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Format eBook
Imprint Neil Wilson Publishing
Publication Date 14 Sep 2012
ISBN 9781906000301

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A marvellous, entertaining read ... real storytelling talent and a writer of compassion, wit and staying power. Not to be missed. The Scotsman A sheer delight to read. Highly recommended to anyone, regardless of their sexuality. Gay readers will find a life that the rest of us know little about. For them the book will be a celebration. Maley reveals ... commonplace behaviour in uncommon dress. The Sunday Herald

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