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  • Iain C. Lees
    Iain C. Lees

    Iain C. Lees (the pseudonym for John Lees Carvel) was born in 1895. He was the author of a number of books about Scotland, including the Campsies and the Land of Lennox and Byways from Tyne to Tay. Under his own name he also wrote a number of books on Scottish industry. Carvel was sub-editor of the

  • Iain Crichton Smith
    Iain Crichton Smith

    Iain Crichton Smith (1928 – 1998) was born in Glasgow, brought up on Lewis, and attended university in Aberdeen. After working as a teacher in Clydebank and Dumbarton, he taught at the High School in Oban until he took early retirement in 1977. He was the recipient of many literary

  • Iain Fraser & Anne Fraser Sim
    Iain Fraser & Anne Fraser Sim

    After twenty years working in the shipping industry in Asia and America, Iain Fraser returned home in 1994 to establish The Elephant House, a café-restaurant in the Old Town famed for its connection with a certain fictional boy wizard. Anne Fraser is Awards Manager at The Royal

  • Ian Armit
    Ian Armit

    Ian Armit is Professor of Archaeology at the University of Bradford, having previously taught at Queen’s University, Belfast. Prior to that, he was an Inspector of Ancient Monuments with Historic Scotland.

  • Ian Bradley
    Ian Bradley

    Ian Bradley is Emeritus Professor of Cultural and Spiritual History at the University of St Andrews. He is a Trustee of the Scottish Pilgrim Routes Forum and has been closely involved with the Fife Pilgrim Way since its conception. Among his many other books are Pilgrimage: A Cultural and

  • Bill Innes
    Bill Innes

    From crofting in the Hebrides to a career as an airline pilot, Bill Innes has had a variety of occupations. Retirement has given him the opportunity to develop his love of Scotland as broadcaster, lecturer, translator and writer on subjects as diverse as music, Gaelic poetry, aviation and history.

  • Sandra Ireland
    Sandra Ireland

    Sandra Ireland was born in Yorkshire, lived for many years in Limerick, and is now based in Carnoustie. She began her writing career as a correspondent on a local newspaper but quickly realised that fiction is much more intriguing than fact. In 2013 Sandra was awarded a Carnegie- Cameron

  • Isla Dewar
    Isla Dewar

    Isla Dewar’s first book, Keeping Up with Magda , was published in 1995. Dewar found success with her second novel, Women Talking Dirty ; the film of which starred Helena Bonham Carter. She contributed to the collection Scottish Girls about Town and has also written for children. Her