Well, it had to happen. In the year of the Scottish Independence Referendum, the Broons have decided to leave the comfort of Glebe Street in Dundee and visit their Capital City (no, not freakin’ London, ya Sassenach toadies!).
Follow their adventures in The Broons!, the latest tongue-firmly-in-cheek piece from Dunfermline-born Andrew Velzian.
Indulge in a wee Friday smile, courtesy of Saltcoats’ own Angus Shoor Caan, who goes off on a fancy dress riff to play doctors and nurses in Dressed to suit. (Warning: a spliff or two may be involved.)
Enjoy the weekend!
The protagonists of our two stories today are both on a quest.
In Halo-istic Medicine, a modern twist on the tale of Jekyll and Hyde from Dalmuir-born Alasdair McPherson, Doctor Eddie is searching for the medical breakthrough of the century.
While in Logic Games, Glaswegian John McGroarty’s finely drawn portrayal of the lingering pain of a childhood loss, Mark realises that he’s still seeking that error in the logic of life.
Next up, Saltcoats’ own Angus Shoor Caan goes on a riff with a spliff.
Brendan Gisby is McStoryteller-in-Residence. He's the author of four novels, three biographies and several short story collections.