Born on 28th of December 1934
Born 1934 - Scottish novelist, playwright and painter.
Studied at the Glasgow School of Art. Worked as a scene and portrait painter, as well as an independent artist and writer. His best known work is his first novel Lanark (1981) which was written over a 30 year period. Poor Things (1992) won the Whitbread Prize and the Guardian Fiction Prize. Has also published volumes of short stories and a volume of poetry.
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