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by Janice Galloway,Alison Fell,Liz Lochhead,Ron Butlin,George Mackay Brown,et al,Tom Pow

eBook Shouting it Out: Stories from Contemporary Scotland download ISBN: 0340655011
Author: Janice Galloway,Alison Fell,Liz Lochhead,Ron Butlin,George Mackay Brown,et al,Tom Pow
Publisher: Hodder Gibson (September 21, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 105
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Author:Powl, Tom. Shouting It Out: Stories from Contemporary Scotland. The authors include Janice Galloway, Alison Fell, Liz Lochhead, Ron Butlin and George Mackay Brown. Each story has a short preface by its author.

Author:Powl, Tom. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. See all 2 pre-owned listings. The stories are by turns tender, humorous or exciting, and reflect contemporary life.

The authors include Janice Galloway, Alison Fell, Liz Lochhead, Ron Butlin and George Mackay Brown. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 105 pages. Make this your default list. The following items were successfully added. There was an error while adding the following items.

Shouting It Out. (1995) Stories from Contemporary Scotland An. .

This is an anthology of ten stories by Scottish writers. Genre: Children's Fiction.

Shouting It Out: Stories from Contemporary Scotland Paperback – 21 Sep 1995. by Tom Powl (Author). Paperback, 21 Sep 1995.

Find nearly any book by Alison Fell. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Coauthors & Alternates. et al. George Mackay Brown.

Aileen Christianson, ‘Liz Lochhead’s poetry and drama’ in Aileen Christianson and Alison Lumsden (eds), Contemporary Scottish Women Writers .

Aileen Christianson, ‘Liz Lochhead’s poetry and drama’ in Aileen Christianson and Alison Lumsden (eds), Contemporary Scottish Women Writers (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2000). Christopher Whyte, ‘The 1980s’ in Modern Scottish Poetry (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2004). Massimiliano Morini, ‘Liz Lochhead’s poetry and drama: in her own voice?’ in Marco Fazzini (e., Alba Literaria: a history of Scottish literature (Venezia Mestre: Amos Edizioni, 2005).

However, Galloway’s work in the company of contemporaries such as A. L. Kennedy and Liz Lochhead . Penguin Book of Contemporary Women's Short Stories. Kennedy and Liz Lochhead, has begun to redress that imbalance.

Janice Galloway (born 1955 in Saltcoats, Scotland) is a writer of novels, short stories, prose-poetry, non-fiction and libretti. She is the second daughter of James Galloway and Janet Clark McBride

Janice Galloway (born 1955 in Saltcoats, Scotland) is a writer of novels, short stories, prose-poetry, non-fiction and libretti. She is the second daughter of James Galloway and Janet Clark McBride. Her parents separated when she was four and her father died when she was six. Her sister Nora, sixteen years older, died in 2000 from smoking-related illness

Liz Lochhead was born in Motherwell, Lanarkshire in 1947 .

Liz Lochhead was born in Motherwell, Lanarkshire in 1947. She attended the Glasgow School of Art between 1965 and 1970 and, after graduation, worked as a teacher of fine art in Glasgow and Bristol, a career at which she claims to have been terrible. In 1986 Lochhead married the architect, Tom Logan, and they made Glasgow their home. During her career Lochhead has been described variously as a poet, feminist playwright, translator and broadcaster but has said that ‘when somebody asks me what I do I usually say writer. The work of Liz Lochhead, like that of her friend and contemporary, Tom Leonard, evinces an interest in voice and the political aspects of articulation.

This is an anthology of ten stories by Scottish writers. The authors include Janice Galloway, Alison Fell, Liz Lochhead, Ron Butlin and George Mackay Brown. Each story has a short preface by its author. The stories are by turns tender, humorous or exciting, and reflect contemporary life.