Aimee Chalmers

Editor

Aimee Chalmers was raised in Montrose and spent her early career helping disadvantaged youngsters find their identity through creativity. She has been concentrating on her own creative writing since 2002, and has an MPhil from Glasgow University. She is now completing a PhD at St Andrew’s University. She is the current of the Scots Language Society’s Robert McLennan Tassie, for the best short story in Scots.

Aimee Chalmers was raised in Montrose and spent her early career helping disadvantaged youngsters find their identity through creativity. She has been concentrating on her own creative writing since 2002, and has an MPhil from Glasgow University. She is now completing a PhD at St Andrew’s University. She is the current of the Scots Language Society’s Robert McLennan Tassie, for the best short story in Scots.

Books

  • Paperback | Pub: 26 Jul 2006
    £14.99

    As a young, strong-willed Victorian “new woman” in Arbroath, Marion wrote colourful, witty and perceptive diaries and articles which revealed her to be knowledgeable, well-travelled, cultured and opinionated. After the death of her...