Andrew Drummond (author)
Andrew Drummond is a Scottish translator and novelist. He was born in Edinburgh and studied at the University of Aberdeen and the University of London. He writes part-time, working full-time as a software engineer.
He is the author of four books, the historical novel An Abridged History of the Construction of a Railway Line Between Ullapool and Lochinver (2004), A Hand-book of Volapük (2006) set in 1890s Scotland, Elephantina (2008), and Novgorod the Great (2010). He has also written several short stories and some nonfiction translations from German. More recently, he has written a biography of the 18th century adventurer Maurice Benyovszky, entitled The Intriguing Life and Ignominious Death of Maurice Benyovszky (2017).
- Peter Parker (26 September 2004). "Fiction: An Abridged History by Andrew Drummond; The Blackpool Highflyer by Andrew Martin". The Sunday Times. (Subscription required (help)).
- Wright, Peter (2010), Ribbon of Wildness: Discovering the Watershed of Scotland, p. 194, ISBN 978-1-906817-45-9
- Bill Greenwell (1 September 2006). "Volapük, by Andrew Drummond: Laughter and lunacy in a vanishing language". The Independent. Retrieved 2014-11-13.
- Author's web site
- 2004 Interview focusing on An Abridged History
- 2006 Interview focusing on A Hand-Book of Volapük
- Review of A Hand-Book of Volapük by Peter Burnett
- Review of A Hand-Book of Volapük by Jim Henry
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