Amiable Warriors

a History of the Campaign for Homosexual Equality and its times
by Peter Scott-Presland

Launch events for Amiable Warriors Volume One

South London Gays

Author Peter Scott-Presland presents Volume 1, A Space to Breathe, the story of the gay pioneers who founded the Campaign for Homosexual Equality, 1954-1973. South London Gays, 8pm, Tuesday 9 June at the Bread and Roses, 68 Clapham Manor Street, London SW4 6DZ

Shropshire Film Festival

Reading/signing, hosted by the Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival, at Two Fat Rascals Café, Riverside Precinct, Pride Hill Shopping Centre on IDAHOT, 17 May, 2 to 4pm.

Reading at Peckham Library

Peter Scott-Presland will be reading from Amiable Warriors as part of an evening of Paradise Press readings. Thursday 19 March, 7pm at Peckham Library (Pod 2), 122 Peckham Hill Street, London SE15 5JR

Peter Scott-Presland and Jim MacSweeney

London launch

The London launch was held on Thursday 5 March at Gay's The Word bookshop, 66 Marchmont Street London WC1N 1AB.

Our photo shows Peter with Jim MacSweeney, owner of Gay's The Word.

See also

Gay's The Word website

Celebrating the launch

Manchester launch

Amiable Warriors was launched on Valentine's Day, 14 February 2015, as part of the Festival of LGBT History in Manchester.

Peter-Scott-Presland gave the kenote address at the academic conference associated with the festival. You can read the text of his address here.

Our picture shows supporters celebrating at the launch event, with Peter Scott-Presland extreme right (Photo credit: Nicholas Chinardet ).

See also

LGBT History Festival official site