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Helen Cosis Brown & Christine Cocker

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    This book is dedicated to:

    Helen Cosis Brown: Aaron Brown, Casey Ryan and Rebecca Swift

    Christine Cocker: Adi Cooper, Frania Cooper, Rivka Cocker and Shane Cocker.

    Acknowledgements

    We would like to thank Adi Cooper, Frania Cooper, Trish Hafford-Letchfield, Stephen Hicks, Ruth Hunt, Joy Trotter, the staff at the British Library and Gay's the Word bookshop, and colleagues and students at Middlesex University. Our particular thanks to our editors at Sage, Emma Paterson and Zoe Elliott-Fawcett and other Sage staff for their patience and helpfulness throughout.

    Writing a book with someone else is never easy but we remain good friends. Copious coffee and tea drinking at the Spence café in Stoke Newington and Wiveton Hall in North Norfolk were essential parts of the creative process.

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