Pat Reid delves into the hushed, dark territory that surrounds one of pop's most enigmatic and compelling figures, addressing the question of Morrissey's sexuality and its effect on his music. Morrisey's only public statement about his sexuality is that he is celibate. If Morrissey is the quintessential 'gay artist', why is the gay community so indifferent or, indeed, hostile, to him? This is the first book to examine the man and his work in relation to his sexuality.
About the Author: Pat Reid is rock and pop journalist of distinction who has contributed to publication as diverse as Q, Lime Lizard, Impact and Outlook. He is features editor of Rhythm Magazine nad is the author of a previous short biography of Morrissey, Bigmouth