All change at Glasgow

September 12, 2003

Glasgow University's appointment of three of Scotland's best-known writers to a chair in creative writing has ended with the resignation of two of them. Novelists Alasdair Gray and James Kelman and poet Tom Leonard were appointed to the chair in 2001, but Mr Gray and Mr Kelman have left because of writing commitments. Two new Scottish writers are coming in to boost a three-pronged strategy to teaching the masters course.

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