Sailmaker None

  • Title: Sailmaker
  • Author: Alan Spence
  • ISBN: 9780340499993
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback
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    About “Alan Spence”

    1. Alan Spence

      Alan Spence born 1947 is a Scottish writer and is Professor in Creative Writing at the University of Aberdeen, where he is also artistic director of the annual WORD Festival He was born in Glasgow, and much of his work is set in the city.Spence is an award winning poet and playwright, novelist and short story writer His first work was the collection of short stories Its Colours They are Fine, first published in 1977 This was followed by two plays, Sailmaker in 1982 and Space Invaders in 1983 The novel The Magic Flute appeared in 1990 along with his first book of poetry, Glasgow Zen In 1991, another of his plays, Changed Days, was published before a brief hiatus He returned in 1996 with Stone Garden, another collection of short stories In 2006, The Pure Land, a historical novel set in Japan, was published by Canongate Books, and is based on the life of Thomas Blake Glover who is immortalised in the story of Madame Butterfly.

    320 thoughts on “Sailmaker”

    1. loved it! The book is set where I'm from so it was very reliable I found some parts where funny and I loved the slang in the conversations, the only problem I had with it it just felt like a hurried ending but it is a short so I can't blame the book for that would recommend though.

    2. It was a good play to study and read in english class. Easy to follow and interesting enough to want to keep reading all the way through.

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