James McEnaney is a lecturer, journalist and writer who currently lives near Glasgow. He teaches English, Communication and Social Studies in a college in the city, having previously taught at Arran High School from 2011-2014. His speciality is investigative journalism with a particular focus on Scottish education, freedom of information and policymaking, and he has worked with both traditional media outlets and new media platforms since 2015.
His work has appeared in a wide range of publications including The Herald, The Guardian, Common Space, the Times Educational Supplement, The Daily Record, The Ecologist and the Scottish Catholic Observer.
He talks about his first book:
A Scottish Journey (Personal reflections of Modern Scotland) with particular emphasis on SW Scotland.