the stirrer – in books!

I know!

Thrilling, right?

You can hardly wait to collect the set!


If you enjoy reading the stirrer, but don’t always catch my posts…

If you like to keep track of LGBTI politics and history…

Then this is for you.

Get mad at me all over again as you’re reminded of how irritating I was over Safe Schools, or the plebiscite, or Lyle Shelton and his pack of angry Christian stormtroopers.

Catch all the posts you missed, so you can figure out what’s really been going on, as hindsight reveals the sweep of history at work.

Buy copies for all those elitist rich white gays who already have everything else – and you long to annoy

the stirrers agitating content is now available in a series of e-books from Amazon. 

Book 1 of “a stirring year” – January to June 2016 – is now available on the Kindle store

CLICK HERE a stirring year –  from cate mcgregor to safe schools to purchase your copy of book one

Book 2 of “a stirring year” – April to June 2016 – also available

CLICK HERE a stirring year – from eric metaxas to the general election to purchase book two

Books 3 & 4 – by year end

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About the author

Veteran gay writer and speaker, Doug was one of the founders of the UKs pioneering GLBTI newspaper Gay News (1972) , and of the second, Gay Week, and is a former Features Editor of Him International. He presented news and current affairs on JOY 94.9 FM Melbourne for more than ten years. And now he's been nominated for LGBTI Journalist of the Year 2017, which is great news, as he hasn't won any of these things for years! If you want to nominate him too - the more the merrier - you can do it here http://www.australianlgbtiawards.com.au/public-nominations.html"Doug is revered, feared and reviled in equal quantities, at times dividing people with his journalistic wrath. Yet there is no doubt this grandpa-esque bear keeps everyone abreast of anything and everything LGBT across the globe." (Daniel Witthaus, "Beyond Priscilla", Clouds of Magellan, Melbourne, 2014)