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Alasdair Gray


(Alasdair James Gray)
Scotland (1934 - 2019)

Since 1981, when Alasdair Gray's first novel Lanark: A Life in Four Books was published by Canongate, he published more than twenty novels as well as numerous plays, poems and collections of short stories.

 

Genres: Literary Fiction
 
Novels
   Lanark (1981)
   1982 Janine (1984)
   The Fall of Kevin Walker (1985)
   Old Negatives (1989)
   McGrotty and Ludmilla (1990)
   Something Leather (1990)
   Poor Things (1992)
   A History Maker (1994)
   Old Men in Love (2007)
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Collections
   Unlikely Stories, Mostly (1983)
   Lean Tales (1985) (with James Kelman and Agnes Owens)
   Ten Tales Tall and True (1987)
   Mavis Belfrage (1996)
   Sixteen Occasional Poems (poems) (2000)
   The Ends of Our Tethers (2003)
   A Gray Play Book (2009)
   Collected Verse (poems) (2010)
   Every Short Story by Alasdair Gray 1952-2012 (2012)
   Hell: Dante's Divine Trilogy Part One (poems) (2018) (with Dante Alighieri)
   Purgatory: Dante's Divine Trilogy Part Two (poems) (2019) (with Dante Alighieri)
   Paradise: Dante's Divine Trilogy Part Three (poems) (2020) (with Dante Alighieri)
   Dante's Divine Trilogy (poems) (2022) (with Dante Alighieri)
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Anthologies edited
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Series contributed to
Elsewhere
   1. Here (2012) (with others)
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Plays show
 
Non fiction show
 
Anthologies containing stories by Alasdair Gray
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The Big Book of Modern Fantasy (2020)
edited by
Ann Vandermeer and Jeffrey S VanderMeer
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Best European Fiction 2010 (2009)
(Best European Fiction)
edited by
Aleksandar Hemon

Awards
Saltire Literary Awards Best Book winner (1982) : Lanark: A Life in Four Books
Guardian Fiction Prize Best Novel winner (1992) : Poor Things
Whitbread Prize Best Novel winner (1992) : Poor Things
Saltire Literary Awards Best Book winner (2011) : A Life In Pictures


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