Paul McQuade is an award-winning writer and translator. He was born in Glasgow, and has since lived in Edinburgh, Tokyo, Paris and Upstate New York. He is currently somewhere in-between. His work has been shortlisted for The White Review Prize, The Bridport Prize, and The Master’s Review Award. He was the recipient of the Sceptre Prize for New Writing 2014 and the ACF London Writing Prize 2017.
In June 2018, he was published alongside Kirsty Logan in Hometown Tales: Glasgow, as part of Weidenfeld & Nicoldon’s Hometown Tales series, which champions writing from and about diverse regions across the UK. His debut story collection is forthcoming.
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