We begin with a double-bill of humour from Barcelona-based Glaswegian writer John McGroarty. The Siggi Shortsword Suicide Saga teaches us a sharp lesson in how not to deal with stress on holiday. While The Beach demonstrates why we shouldn’t ignore those warnings from home when we go abroad.
Then in Wasserkinder Damuir-born author Alasdair McPherson experiences what can only be described as psychedelic musings in the 100-degree heat by the poolside in Luxor.
And making up the quartet, Majorca in the 1980’s is the setting for The Two Stevies, a tale of horrible holiday hi-jinks from Mister McStoryteller, Brendan Gisby.
Enjoy the summer!