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Maureen Duffy

maureen duffyMaureen was born in 1933 in Worthing, Sussex and is an acclaimed contemporary British poet, playwright and novelist. She has also published a literary biography of Aphra Behn, and The Erotic World of Faery a book-length study of eroticism in faery fantasy literature.

After a tough childhood, she took her degree in English from King’s College London. She went on to be a schoolteacher from 1956 to 1961, and edited three editions of a poetry magazine called the sixties. She then turned to writing full-time as a poet and playwright after being commissioned to produce a screenplay by Granada Television.

Her first novel, written at the suggestion of a publisher, That’s How It Was (1962), was published to great acclaim.

Her first openly lesbian novel was The Microcosm (1966), set in the famous lesbian Gateways Club in London.

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