Janet Paisley (1948 – 2018) wis a writer, poet an playwricht frae Scotland writin in Scots an Inglis. Her wirk haes been translated intae German, Roushie, Lithuanie, Slovak, Spaingie, Hungarian, Ukrainian an Italian.
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She wis a member o the Wirkin Pairty for a Scottish National Theatre, the SAC Scots Language Synergy, an the Cross Pairty Parliamentary Group for the Scots Language. She held three Creative Writing Fellowships, received twa Scottish Airts Council Writer's Bursaries an a Playwright's Bursary, edited New Writing Scotland an co-ordinated the first Scottish PEN Weemen Writers Committee.
Her first play Refuge wan the Peggy Ramsay Awaird in 1996. She wis awairdit a Creative Scotland Awaird tae write Not for Glory (2000), a collection o interlinked short stories in Scots set in a smaw veelage in Central Scotland. Not for Glory wis ane o the ten Scottish finalists voted for bi the public in the 2003 World Book Day 'We are what we read' poll.
She deed in November 2018.
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- Words Without Borders
- Fantastic Fiction Author Page
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- "Obituary: Janet Paisley, award-winning novelist, poet and playwright". The Scotsman (in Inglis). 22 November 2018. Retrieved 14 November 2020.
- Janet Paisley (1948 - 2018)
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