Tim MacGabhann was born in Kilkenny in the year 1988 and has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia and a BA that he obtained from Trinity College Dublin. Tim began a PhD on Joyce and Dante.

He has reported from all around Latin America for outlets such as the Washington Post, Al Jazeera, and Esquire.

“Call Him Mine” isn’t the first novel that MacGabhann completed, as Tim has been writing novels since he was only fifteen years old.

He wrote a sort of Gothic, gay and divided identity love story during his time as an undergrad since he had been reading authors like Paul Levane and Oscar Wilde.

Books in order of publication:

Call Him Mine – (Call him mine # 1) 2019

How to be Nowhere – (Call him mine # 2) – 2020