New Writing Scotland: Full Strength Angels No. 14, 1996 download epub
by Kathleen Jamie,James McGonigal
Full Strength Angels: New Writing Scotland 14. ISBN. 0948877316 (ISBN13: 9780948877315). Kathleen Jamie is a poet, essayist and travel writer, one of a remarkable clutch of Scottish writers picked out in 1994 as the ‘new generation poets’ – it was a marketing ploy at the time but turns out to have been a very prescient selection. She became Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Stirling in 2011. Other books in the series. New Writing Scotland (1 - 10 of 26 books). Books by Kathleen Jamie. Mor. rivia About Full Strength Angels.
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As politics and cultures interact within an increasingly diverse Scotland, and differences in values become more evident across generations, the need for clear understanding and cooperation within and between communities becomes a pressing issue.
Jane McGonigal’s fascinating, ground-breaking approach shows how ‘living gamefully’ can help us lead .
Jane McGonigal’s fascinating, ground-breaking approach shows how ‘living gamefully’ can help us lead happier, healthier, more engaged lives. Professor of Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine: Many of us struggle to overcome challenges that seem overwhelming.
This extra-large book, produced in the USA, features striking, intimate and provocative photographs. Renowned for his art of the nude, this collection celebrates the world's most alluring art subject: the female form. Russell James’ newest masterpiece is truly a collector’s piece, and arrives in a unique 2-piece linen-wrapped slipcase. Limited to only 1,000 copies, each is numbered and signed by Russell James. Book: Hardcover, clothbound, with a linen-wrapped slipcase, 13 x 18 i. 448 pages.
Author of A Sort of hot Scotland, The star you steer by, Scottish religious poetry, Creativity, Culture and Community (Policy & Practice in Education), Driven .
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James McGonigal is Professor of English in Education at the University of Glasgow and Kirsten Stirling lectures in English Literature at the University of Lausanne. Библиографические данные. James McGonigal, Kirsten Stirling.
Allan McGonigal (born 27 March 1964) is a Scottish retired footballer, the former manager of Berwick Rangers and, as of 2019, the director of football at Scottish Premiership club Hamilton Academical. McGonigal was a striker with Stenhousemuir (playing only one game for the club as a 16-year-old), Falkirk (where his development was stalled by a badly broken arm), East Stirlingshire, Meadowbank Thistle, Cowdenbeath and East Fife.
McGonigal was brought up in New Jersey. McGonigal writes and speaks about alternate reality games and massively multiplayer online gaming, especially about the way that collective intelligence can be generated and used as a means for improving the quality of human life or working towards the solution of social ills. She has stated that gaming should be moving "towards Nobel Prizes.
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Short Stories & Anthologies
Publisher: Association for Scottish Literary Studies; 1st edition (October 17, 1996)
Pages: 200 pages