The work of Sarah Pucill is featured in the new book publication, Photography: A Queer History, edited by Flora Dunster and Theo Gordon, published by Ilex.

‘Across ten diverse themes from documentary to performance, landscape to abstraction, visibility to militancy and more “photography: A Queer History examines the fundamental role of photography in the creation of queer identities and how queer culture has in turn influenced the art form.

Featuring over 140 photographers, with extended profiles on 79 key artists, including Robert Mapplethorpe, Joan E Biren, Ajamu and Zanele Muholi, this essential work spans multiple historical and national contexts, producing a varied and expansive picture of queer photographic practices.’