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Temporary Note


James Kelman
(b. 1946)

This section will soon feature a Scriptorium Page on the Scottish novelist, James Kelman. The page is currently under development by Casey A. Boyle, and will be online in 2005.
Until then, we’d like to offer the following resources below for interested visitors. Please note, this is not a complete list of links to sites on Kelman, but just a few selected resources that have our “seal of approval.”


Links and Resources

The Modern Word

Review of Translated Accounts – Tim Conley reviews Kelman’s novel of an occupied land.

Review of You Have to Be Careful in the Land of the Free – LJ Lindhurst reviews Kelman’s “American” novel.

Beckett Influence – A brief description of the influence of Beckett on Kelman; online at Apmonia, The Modern Word’s Beckett site.

Offsite

CW James Kelman Page -- A brief Kelman page sponsored by the British Councils Contemporary Writers program.

An Interview with James KelmanThe Barcelona Review’s Fabio Vericat talks to the author about Scottish literature and Translated Accounts.

James Kelman: Walking Among the Fires – An interview with Jayne Margetts, discussing the Booker Prize and How Late it Was How Late.

Utility

Amazon.com Search – Search Amazon.com for books and related material on James Kelman.

Advanced Book Exchange – The Advanced Book Exchange is a worldwide database of used bookstore inventories.

eBay Search – Find out what Kelman-related items are up for auction at eBay.

Google Groups Search – News groups related to James Kelman.

Yahoo News Search – Yahoo articles and news related to James Kelman.


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