Allan Radcliffe

Allan Radcliffe is writer and theatre critic for The Times in Scotland and was previously well known among the contributors to the Scotsman, Sunday Herald, Sunday TimesMetro and the Big Issue, among other papers and journals. He was assistant editor of The List magazine for five years and he has won various accolades, including the Allen Wright Award for young arts journalists. His poetry and short stories have appeared in Out There, Elsewhere, Markings, the Best Gay Short StoriesNew Writing ScotlandCeltic View and Gutter Magazine and he has written a monologue about the painter Frances MacDonald McNair that has been performed at art galleries up and down the country.  

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Alasdair Gray

December 30, 2019

Writing Scotland’s Future, 1 July 1999

June 30, 2019
by Jan Rutherford