Lindsay, Maurice

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LINDSAY, Maurice

LINDSAY, Maurice. Scottish, b. 1918. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Architecture, Biography, How-to books, Literary criticism and history, Natural history, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Director, 1967-83, and Consultant, 1983-, Scottish Civic Trust. Hon. Secretary-General, Europa Nostra, 1983-91. Drama Critic, Scottish Daily Mail, Edinburgh, 1946-47; Music Critic, Bulletin, Glasgow, 1946-60; freelance broadcaster, BBC, Glasgow, 1946-61; Program Controller, 1961-62, Production Controller, 1962-64, and Features Executive and Sr. Interviewer, 1964-67, Border Television, Carlisle. Publications: The Advancing Day, 1940; Perhaps Tomorrow, 1941; Predicament, 1942; No Crown for Laughter, 1943; Modern Scottish Poetry, 1946; The Enemies of Love, 1946; No Scottish Twilight, 1947; Hurlygush, 1948; The Scottish Renaissance, 1949; At the Wood's Edge, 1950; Ode for St. Andrew's Night and Other Poems, 1951; The Lowlands of Scotland: Glasgow and the North, 1953; Robert Burns: The Man, His Work, The Legend, 1954, 3rd ed., 1980; Dunoon, 1954; The Lowlands of Scotland: Edinburgh and the South, 1956; The Exiled Heart, 1957; (with D. Somervell) Killochan Castle, 1958; Clyde Waters, 1958; The Burns Encyclopedia, 1959, 3rd ed., 1980; Snow Warning, 1962; By Yon Bonnie Banks, 1962; Selected Poems of John Davidson, 1962; One Later Day, 1964; The Discovery of Scotland, 1964; This Business of Living, 1969; Comings and Goings, 1971; The Eye Is Delighted: Some Romantic Travellers in Scotland, 1971; Portrait of Glasgow, 1972, 1980; Selected Poems 1942-72, 1973; Scotland: An Anthology, 1974; Robin Philip-son, 1975; A History of Scottish Literature, 1977; Walking without an Overcoat, 1977; Collected Poems, 1979; Lowland Scottish Villages, 1979; Francis George Scott and the Scottish Renaissance, 1979; A Net to Catch the Winds, 1981; (with A.F. Kersting) The Buildings of Edinburgh, 1981; Thank You for Having Me (autobiography), 1983; (with D. Handley) Unknown Scotland, 1984; The Castles of Scotland, 1986; The French Mosquitoes Woman, 1987; Count All Men Mortal: The History of the Scottish Provident Institution, 1987; Victorian and Edwardian Glasgow, 1987; Requiem for a Sexual Athlete, 1988; Glasgow, 1989; An Illustrated Guide to Glasgow 1837, 1989; Collected Poems, 1940-1990, 1990; (with D. Bruce) Edinburgh Past and Present, 1989; (with J. Lindsay) The Scottish Quotation Book, 1991; (with J. Lindsay) The Music Quotation Book, 1992; (with J. Lindsay) The Theatre and Opera-Lovers Quotation Books, 1993; On the Face of It: Collected Poems, vol. 2, 1993; News of the World, 1995; (with J. Lindsay) Scottish Gardens, 1996; Speaking Likenesses, 1999; Worlds Apart, 2000; Glasgow: Fabric of a City, 2000. EDITOR: Sailing Tomorrow's Seas, 1944; (with H. MacDiarmid) Poetry Scotland, vol. I-III, and IV, 1945-53; (with F. Urquhart) Selected Poems by Sir Alexander Gray, 1948; (with H. Cruickshank) Selected Poems by Marion Angus, 1956; (with E. Morgan and G. Bruce) Scottish Poetry, 1966-72; (consultant) Voices of Our Kind, 1971; (with A. Scott and R. Watson) Scottish Poetry, 1974; Modern Scottish Poetry: An Anthology, 1976; As I Remember, 1979; Scottish Comic Verse 1425-1980, 1980; (with A. Scott) The Comic Poems of William Tennant, 1989; T. Hamilton, The Youth and Manhood of Cyril Thornton, 1990; (with J. Lindsay) The Scottish Dog, 1989. Address: 7 Milton Hill, Milton, Dunbarton, Scotland.

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