Ronald Frame

Ronald Frame was born in Glasgow in 1953, and educated there and at Oxford. He is the author of thirteen internationally published works of fiction, is an award-winning television and radio scriptwriter, and has received international recognition for his short stories set in the fictitious Scottish spa town of Carnbeg. In 1984 he was joint-winner of the first Betty Trask Prize for fiction with Winter Journey. In 1999 his novel The Lantern Bearers was longlisted for The Man Booker Prize and won the 2000 Saltire Award for Scottish Book of the Year.

Blog / Discussion

Good Intentions

February 20, 2019
by Graeme Hawley, National Library of Scotland

Rusticated… (IV)

February 6, 2019
by Brian Morton

Still Looking Forward: 2019 in Prospect

January 25, 2019
by Kristian Kerr