Allan Cameron (author)


Allan Cameron (author)

Allan Cameron (born 1952) is a Scottish author and translator. He was brought up in Nigeria and Bangladesh. His own works include "The Berlusconi Bonus", a dystopian novel set in a future Britain, and "The Golden Menagerie". He has also translated over twenty books from Italian to English, including works by Norberto Bobbio and Romano Prodi, and has written for Italian newspapers and magazines.

He currently lives on the Isle of Lewis.

External links

* [http://www.luath.co.uk/acatalog/BerlusconiBonus.html Luath Press page on "The Berlusconi Bonus"]
** [http://enjoyment.independent.co.uk/books/reviews/article335741.ece] The Independent review of "The Berlusconi Bonus"
* [http://www.luath.co.uk/acatalog/GoldenMenagerie.html Luath Press page on "The Golden Menagerie"]
* [http://www.ucpress.edu/books/sale/pages/10111.html Note about Cameron's career as a translator in author profile.]


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