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  • Karine Polwart
    Karine Polwart

    Karine Polwart is a multi-award-winning Scottish songwriter and musician, as well as a theatre maker, storyteller, spoken word performer and essayist. She is a five-time winner at the Radio 2 Folk Awards, and her album Wind Resistance won the Best Music and Sound Award at the CATS 2017. She

  • Karl Sabbagh
    Karl Sabbagh

    Karl Sabbagh is a writer, journalist and TV producer. He is the author of a dozen books, including The Living Body (with Christian Barnaard), Power into Art and Palestine: A Personal Journey.

  • Stuart Kelly
    Stuart Kelly

    Stuart Kelly was raised in the Scottish Borders and studied English at Balliol College Oxford, gaining a first class degree and a Master of Studies. He is the Literary Editor of Scotland on Sunday and a freelance critic and writer.

  • James Kelman
    James Kelman

    ‘Kelman is a funny, sour, expansive writer, whose strange, new sentences are brilliant adventures in thought’ – The New Yorker James Kelman was born in Glasgow in 1946. After leaving school at 15 he worked in the printing industry and as a bus driver. In 1971 he

  • Helen Kendrick
    Helen Kendrick

    Helen Kendrick came to Glasgow in 2004 to work on the conservation of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s tearoom interiors collection. She spent the next decade working in Glasgow’s architecture and heritage world which led her into some of its most interesting historic interiors, both

  • James Kennaway
    James Kennaway

    James Kennaway (1928-1968) was born in Auchterarder, Perthshire, and attended Glenalmond College. His father was a solicitor and his mother a doctor; his family life was comfortable, but marred by the death of his father when James was twelve, an occurrence that he claimed tainted much of the rest

  • Kirsten Carter McKee
    Kirsten Carter McKee

    Kirsten Carter McKee is an architectural historian and cultural landscape specialist. She has a PhD from the University of Edinburgh and has worked for a number of organisations as an archaeologist, historic buildings specialist and heritage consultant. She is currently a research and teaching