MCLEAN, Duncan. Scottish, b. 1964. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Plays/Screenplays, Music. Career: Writer. Clocktower Press, editor and publisher, 1990-. Worked as weather reporter, janitor, butcher, jewellery manufacturer, and bookseller. Publications: Bucket of Tongues (stories), 1992; Blackden (novel), 1994; Bunker Man (novel), 1995; Lone Star Swing (music/travel), 1997; Ahead of Its Time (anthology), 1997; Plays: One, 1999; Blackden (novel), 2000. Address: Breckan, Stenness, Orkney, Scotland.
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