The Queen and I
The Queen and I is a delicate expose of opportunity and desire uncovering of the nuances of gay life, both home-grown and imported, in contemporary Thailand. An educating English queen, an A-list lesbian nightclubber, a Bangkok barboy (#47) and a frenzied Diana Ross impersonator are just some of the characters in this tale of Australian gay innocence abroad. Gary Dunne writes with an easy style and honesty, relating good behaviour and bad, in a startlingly memorable cluster of related stories.
Gary Dunne was born in the Adelaide Hills in 1954. After a brief stint at Adelaide Uni in the early 70s, he spent the rest of the Whitlam era travelling the backblocks of Australia with Ashton's Circus. Settling in Sydney in late 1975, he became a freelance contributor to Forum and Campaign magazines, beginning a 30 year ongoing underpaid involvement with the gay press. His fiction has been published in Australian literary mags and anthologies, as well as in local and international gay publications.
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