Angus Peter Campbell

“I have no doubts that Angus Peter Campbell is one of the few really significant living poets in Scotland, writing in any language.” Sorley MacLean (West Highland Free Press, October 1992)

Angus Peter Campbell is an award-winning poet, novelist, journalist, broadcaster and actor. Born and brought up in South Uist he spent his teenage years in the Oban area where he was taught by Iain Crichton Smith at the local High School. He graduated with Double Honours in Politics and History from Edinburgh University and since then has worked in the media.In 2001 he was awarded the Bardic Crown for Gaelic poetry. In 2002 he was given a Creative Scotland Award for Literature and in 2008 was nominated for a BAFTA Best-Actor Award for the lead role in the Gaelic film, Seachd. His Gaelic novel ‘An Oidhche Mus do Sheòl Sinn’ was voted by the public into the Top Ten of the 100 Best-Ever Books from Scotland in the Orange/List Awards.

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