Alastair Glegg was born in London in 1940, and was educated at the University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland (now known as the the University of Zimbabwe), and the University of London Institute of Education. For the next 17 years he taught French and English at schools in Zimbabwe, Barbados and Canada.

In 1981 he enrolled at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, where he earned his Doctorate, and then spent 25 years with the Faculty of Education lecturing and writing on Educational Administration and the History of Education.

He lives in Victoria, British Columbia with his wife of 52 years, Peggy, whom he met on the transatlantic liner on his first trip to Canada.

His article published in Slightly Foxed Issue 60 was joint winner of our 2018 Writers’ Competition.


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