Scottish author James Kelman is the winner of the 1994 Booker Prize for "How Late It Was, How Late." His work often portrays the Scottish working class and he is described as "Scotland's answer to Kafka, Joyce and Kierkegard."
"No other writer gives or has given the working class its own say on its own terms with such creative empathy as Kelman." -Boston Globe
Listen to two stories from "Seven Stories," Kelman's audio release on AK Audio.