Synopses & Reviews
Here, for the first time in any audio form, AK Press Audio is proud to present award-winning revolutionary Scots writer James Kelman reading from a selection of his finest stories. Seven stories are showcased here, including the legendary one minute "Acid" and the 42-minute "a wide runner." Also features "the same as here again," "Roofsliding," "Learning the Story," "The Witness," and "Are you drinking sir?"
JAMES KELMAN was the first of the "new" generation of Scottish working class writers, paving the way for the likes of Irvine Welsh. He has written numerous novels and collections of short stories, including “how late it was, how late,” which won the 1995 Booker Prize, amongst considerable controversy. His collection of essays Some Recent Attacks: Essays Cultural And Political is published by AK Press.