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QUEERBASHING

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by Tim Morrison

‘The first queerbasher McGillivray ever met was in the mirror.’

From the revivalist churches of Orkney in the 1970s, to the gay bars of London and Northern England in the 90s, via the divinity school at Aberdeen, this is the story of McGillivray, self-centred, promiscuous hypocrite, failed Church of Scotland minister, and his own worst enemy. Determined to live life on his own terms, McGillivray fails to take note of the writing on the wall, a failure that leads to him being followed home one night, and subjected to a brutal attack that changes everything. Raw and uncompromising, this is a viciously funny but ultimately moving account of one man’s desire to come to terms with himself and live life as he sees fit.

242 pages, paperback

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Author Tim Morrison
Publishers Thunder Point Press
Year of Publication 2016

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QUEERBASHING
Tim Morrison

‘The first queerbasher McGillivray ever met was in the mirror.’

From the revivalist churches of Orkney in the 1970s, to the gay bars of London and Northern England in the 90s, via the divinity school at Aberdeen, this is the story of McGillivray, self-centred, promiscuous hypocrite, failed Church of Scotland minister, and his own worst enemy. Determined to live life on his own terms, McGillivray fails to take note of the writing on the wall, a failure that leads to him being followed home one night, and subjected to a brutal attack that changes everything. Raw and uncompromising, this is a viciously funny but ultimately moving account of one man’s desire to come to terms with himself and live life as he sees fit.

242 pages, paperback

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QUEERBASHING

QUEERBASHING

by Tim Morrison

‘The first queerbasher McGillivray ever met was in the mirror.’

From the revivalist churches of Orkney in the 1970s, to the gay bars of London and Northern England in the 90s, via the divinity school at Aberdeen, this is the story of McGillivray, self-centred, promiscuous hypocrite, failed Church of Scotland minister, and his own worst enemy. Determined to live life on his own terms, McGillivray fails to take note of the writing on the wall, a failure that leads to him being followed home one night, and subjected to a brutal attack that changes everything. Raw and uncompromising, this is a viciously funny but ultimately moving account of one man’s desire to come to terms with himself and live life as he sees fit.

242 pages, paperback