Alumni

Recent graduates of the University of Glasgow creative writing programme currently in print include the following. This list is not exhaustive. Alumni! If you would like to update (or add) your profile to this page please email fromglasgowtosaturn@glasgow.ac.uk.

Nicola Barry [2002-04], Mother’s Ruin (Headline Review, 2007);

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Nick Brooks [2000-02], My Name is Denise Forrester (Orion, 2004); The Good Death (Orion, 2004);

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Ann Burnett, Loving Mother (Ladybug, 2008);

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Karen Campbell [2000-02], The Twilight Time (Hodder 2008); After the Fire (Hodder 2009); Shadowplay (Hodder 2010)

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Jason Donald, Choke Chain (Jonathan Cape, 2009)

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Anne Donovan [1999-01], Hieroglyphics (Canongate, 2001); Buddha Da (Canongate, 2002); Being Emily (Canongate, 2008)

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Stephanie Green [2002-04], Glass Works (Cat’s Pyjama Publications, 2005)

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Rodge Glass [2001-03], No Fireworks (Faber, 2005); Hope for Newborns (Faber, 2008); Alasdair Gray: A Secretary’s Biography (Bloomsbury, 2008); Dougie’s War: A Soldier’s Story (Freight Design, 2010)

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Jen Hadfield [2000-01], Almanacs (Bloodaxe Books, 2005); Nigh-No-Place (Bloodaxe, 2008)

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Mandy Haggith [2003-05], Letting Light In (Essence Press, 2005); The Last Bear (Two Ravens, 2008); Paper Trails: From Trees to Trash – The True Cost of Paper (Virgin, 2008)

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Laura Marney [1998-01], No Wonder I Take a Drink (Black Swan, 2004); Nobody Loves a Ginger Baby (Black Swan, 2005); Only Strange People Go To Church (Black Swan, 2006); My Best Friend Has Issues (Black Swan, 2008)

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Jennifer McCartney [2004-05], Afloat (Penguin/Hamish Hamilton, 2007)

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Andrea McNicoll, Moonshine in the Morning (Alma, 2008)

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Alison Miller [2001-03], Demo (Hamish Hamilton/Penguin, October 2005)

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Maureen Myant [2000-02], The Search (Alma Books, 2009)

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Landon J. Napoleon [1995-96], Zigzag (Bloomsbury/Henry Holt, 1999); The Spirit Warrior’s Handbook: A Practical Guide to Finding True Freedom (iUniverse.com, 2005); The Rules of Action (iUniverse.com, 2010)

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Colette Paul [2000-02], Whoever You Choose to Love (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2004)

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Nalini Paul, Editor/Navigating Home: New Writing from Orkney (George Mackay Brown Fellowship, 2010)

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Rachel Seiffert [1999-00], The Dark Room (Heinemann, 2001); Field Study (Heinemann, 2004); Afterwards (Random House, July 2007)

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Mary Smith, Before the Taliban: Living with War, Hoping for Peace (iynx publishing, 2001); No More Mulberries (YouWriteOn.com, 2009)

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Zoe Strachan [1998-00], Negative Space (Picador 2002); Spin Cycle (Picador, 2004)

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Chiew-Siah Tei, Little Hut of Leaping Fishes (Picador, 2009)

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Eleanor Thom [2005-06], The Tin-Kin (Duckworth, 2009)

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Louise Welsh [1998-00], The Cutting Room (Canongate, 2002); Tamburlaine Must Die (Canongate, 2004); The Bullet Trick (Canongate, 2006); Naming the Bones (Canongate, 2010)

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With thanks to the University of Glasgow’s Creative Writing Program for text and images.

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