Here’s an interesting piece of fantasy from oor man in Bo’ness, Glenn Muir. Blessed Are The Meek perhaps explains why our world is so fucked up.
Bo’ness poet and writer Glenn Muir returns today with the tale of a holiday from hell. You know the kind. Traipsing round Disneyland with the dysfunctional in-laws in the wilting heat. Aye, that kind.
Enjoy In the Summer of Ninety.
Pest control. Food for the larder. Or murder of the innocents. If you have the stomach for it, Bo’ness poet and writer Glenn Muir makes a tongue-in-cheek examination of the advantages and disadvantages of Roadkill.
Revenge is the theme of today’s murder mystery story, brought to us by oor man in Bo’ness, poet and writer Glenn Muir. No-one is safe in Family Matters 1990.
Since the time of Tam o’ Shanter up to the present day, when two guys sit down in a pub the gossip will flow. And so it does – big time – in The Truth Will Out, the latest tête-à-tête Scots-style from oor man in Bo’ness, poet and writer Glenn Muir.
Enjoy the craic!
Linlithgow native and poet Glenn Muir returns today with a cautionary tale about the radicalisation of animal rights activists and the meting out of justice to offenders on an eye for an eye basis.
West Lothian poet Glenn Muir returns today with the tale of a rather cruel wind-up merchant. Gus may have gone too far this time, though, and could soon be receiving his comeuppance. We hope so, anyway.
Enjoy The Wildebeest, the Lycanthrope and the Frenchman’s Croft.
Here’s a wee laugh on a Tuesday while you’re dodging the rain. It’s a rather irreverent take on that Robert the Bruce myth. It’s a poem called The Bruce Triumphant. And it has been penned by West Lothian poet and McStorytellers newcomer Glenn Muir.
Brendan Gisby is McStoryteller-in-Residence. He's the author of four novels, three biographies and several short story collections.