Twice named a Granta Best Young British Novelist, A.L. Kennedy is a Scottish author and stand-up comedian. Kennedy has a background in community arts and social work initiatives and was working with a visual arts organisation in Glasgow at the time her debut novel, Looking for the Possible Dance, was published in 1993. In 2007 Kennedy scooped the Costa Book of the Year Award for Day, a novel about a former World War II tail-gunner. In addition to her contemporary adult fiction, Kennedy has also written three children’s books centred on the surreal adventures of Uncle Shawn and a badger called Bill, as well as a novel and short story for the Doctor Who franchise. Kennedy occasionally performs as a stand-up comedian and has played at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Novels by A.L. Kennedy
Children’s Books by A.L. Kennedy
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