The Wee Yellow Butterfly
An Autobiography


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The Wee Yellow Butterfly
An Autobiography

by Marian Pallister (Author)
by Cathy McCormack (Author)



ISBN: 9781906134297


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Cathy McCormack's family came from Glasgow's Gorbals. They later moved to one of Europe's largest public housing schemes.

The Wee Yellow Butterfly is Cathy McCormack's inspiring story of how, from unpromising beginnings, she has spent her life committed to seeking justice and finding fulfillment.

For those 'trapped in a toxic mixture of economic circumstance and bad politics', life can be hard. Yet, as Cathy McCormack's story shows, a strong spirit and a refusal to accept what is given can release energy and creativity for individuals and their communities.

Cathy McCormack is a campaigner who lives in Easterhouse, Glasgow. She is widely known as a conference speaker in the spheres of housing and inequality.

Marian Pallister worked on Glasgow's Evening Times and The Herald for many years. She is the author of several books including the only biography of Marion Campbell of Kilberry.


ISBN 1906134294
ISBN13 9781906134297
Publisher Argyll Publishing
Format Paperback
Publication date 01/01/2009
Pages 256
Weight (grammes) 651.00
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 197
Width (mm) 130