Kenneth Pratt trained as a News and Features writer in Glasgow and was one of the first journalists on the scene at The Lockerbie Disaster. He reported from Jerusalem during The First Gulf War and from The Soviet Union during the collapse of Communism. He was a finalist in the Guardian Award for International Development Journalism for his disturbing reportage from DR Congo and Uganda. Kenneth teaches Journalism at the University of West Scotland.
His book CAMEL-TIN NUTHOUSE captures the inner turmoil of a young heart and mind trapped in a global conflict. Enter the extraordinary private world of Winston, whose father fought with the First Black Watch as did his father before him.
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