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Queer Africa 2 - New Stories


Karen Martin & Makhosazana Xaba (eds)

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Proudly Malawian


Makhosazana Xaba &       Crystal Biruk (eds)





Queer Africa: New & Collected Fiction

Karen Martin & Makhosazana Xaba (eds)

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Black Bull, Ancestors and Me: My Life as a Lesbian Sangoma

Nkunzi Zandile Nkabinde

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To Have &To Hold: The Making of Same-Sex Marriage in South Africa

Melanie Judge, Anthony Manion & Shaun de Waal 

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Tommy Boys, Lesbian Men and Ancestral Wives: Female Same-Sex Practices in Africa

Ruth Morgan & Saskia Wieringa

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Pride: Protest and Celebration

Shaun de Waal & Anthony Manion (eds)

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Creative Resistance

John Marnell & Gabriel Hoosain Khan

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Like the

untouchable wind 

An anthology of poems

Makhosazana Xaba (ed)



Under Pressure: The Regulation 

of Sexualities
in South African Secondary Schools

Deevia Bhana

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Home Affairs: Rethinking LGBT Families in Contemporary South Africa

Carien Lubbe-De Beer & John Marnell (eds)

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Trans: Transgender Life Stories from South Africa

Ruth Morgan, Charl Marais & Joy Rosemary Wellbeloved

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Sex and Politics in South Africa

Neville Hoad, Karen Martin & Graeme Reid (eds)

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Balancing Act: South African Gay and Lesbian Youth Speak Out

Joanne Bloch & Karen Martin

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Resources for secondary schools

GALA produces resource books and booklets for use in secondary schools in South Africa, including:

Balancing Act: South African Gay and Lesbian Youth Speak Out

(Martin & Bloch, New Africa Education, 2005) – a resource book for use by Life Orientation teachers

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Rights in Education

Booklet co-published with Centre for Education Rights and Transformation, 2011

Are Your Rights Respected?

An educational comic promoting HIV awareness among Deaf youth in South Africa, 2006.


These publications are complemented by short community-focused booklets and comics.

Queer Malawi: Untold Stories


A Different Fight for Freedom

2009, with the Apartheid Museum

Eyes Wide Open

2006, an HIV educational comic for LGBTIQ youth