Simon Hall

Simon Hall graduated from Glasgow University with a degree in Scottish Language and Literature in 1996, winning the university's Ewing Prize for Scottish Literature. In 2004, he completed a PhD in Scottish Literature, also at Glasgow University, and he is currently Principal Teacher of English at Kirkwall Grammar School, Orkney. He contributed a section to the reference guide Scottish Literature (2002), edited by Douglas Gifford, Sarah Dunnigan and Alan MacGillivray, and wrote the introduction for the new Kennedy and Boyd edition of Margaret Elphinstone's novel Islanders.

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