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    Scottish academic biography stubs

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  1. A.L. Kennedy

    A.L. Kennedy

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    Author, comedian

  2. Adam Blackwood

    Adam Blackwood

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    Scottish, Writer

  3. Adam Jack Aitken

    Adam Jack Aitken

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    Lexicographer

  4. Agnes Grainger Stewart

    Agnes Grainger Stewart

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    Agnes Grainger Stewart (1871-1956) was a Scottish writer. She was born in Edinburgh on 26 April 1871. Her father was Sir Thomas Grainger Stewart, an eminent physician, and her mother was Jessy Dingwall Fordyce McDonald. Her only published work appears to be The Academic Gregories (1901). The Gregories dealt with in this book include: John Gregory, James Gregory, William Gregory, etc. In all, the book outlines the lives of twelve Gregories from 1638–1858. Otherwise she seems to have led a sheltered life, presumably in charge of the Stewart household in Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. She died in Edinburgh on 25 September 1956, aged 85.


  5. Alan Bold

    Alan Bold

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    British writer

  6. Alan Campbell (writer)

    Alan Campbell (writer)

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    Scottish fantasy novelist

  7. Alan Cochrane

    Alan Cochrane

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    Scottish, Activist

  8. Alan Riach

    Alan Riach

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    Alan Riach is a Scottish poet and academic.


  9. Alan Warner

    Alan Warner

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    Scottish writer

  10. Alastair McIntosh

    Alastair McIntosh

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    Scottish, Writer

  11. Alastair Reid

    Alastair Reid

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    British poet

  12. Alex Gray

    Alex Gray

    121 views
    English rugby union player

  13. Alex Gray (author)

    Alex Gray (author)

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    Alex Gray, born 27 May 1950, Glasgow, is a Scottish crime writer. She has published ten novels, all set around Glasgow and featuring the character of Detective Chief Inspector Lorimer and his psychological profiler Solomon Brightman, the earlier novels being published by Canongate and later books by Little Brown. She has also written several magazine articles.


  14. Alex Massie (journalist)

    Alex Massie (journalist)

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    Scottish blogger and journalist

  15. Alexander Chalmers

    Alexander Chalmers

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    Biographer and writer

  16. Alexander Hume

    Alexander Hume

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    Scottish, Writer

  17. Alexander Reid

    Alexander Reid

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    Scottish playwright

  18. Allan Cameron (author)

    Allan Cameron (author)

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    Scottish, Writer

  19. Allan Cunningham (author)

    Allan Cunningham (author)

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    British writer

  20. Andrew Drummond (author)

    Andrew Drummond (author)

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    Andrew Drummond is a Scottish translator and novelist. He was born in Edinburgh and studied at the University of Aberdeen and the University of London. He writes part-time, working full-time as a software engineer.


  21. Andrew Greig

    Andrew Greig

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    Scottish writer

  22. Andrew Kennedy Hutchison Boyd

    Andrew Kennedy Hutchison Boyd

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    Andrew Kennedy Hutchison Boyd (1825–1899), miscellaneous writer, son of Rev. Dr. Boyd of Glasgow, was originally intended for the English Bar but entered the Church of Scotland, and was minister latterly at St. Andrews.


  23. Andrew Martin Fairbairn

    Andrew Martin Fairbairn

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    British academic

  24. Andrew Murray Scott

    Andrew Murray Scott

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    British writer

  25. Andrew Picken

    Andrew Picken

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    Andrew Picken (1788 – 23 November 1833) was a novelist born in Paisley, Scotland. He was in business in the West Indies and in Glasgow and Liverpool, but not being successful, he went to London to try his fortunes in literature.


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