McStorytellers favourite Jack O’Donnell begins with Uncle Stephen, a grim tale of life deep among the tenements of 1950’s Clydebank.
Then there’s an alternative view of life underground in Bank by another favourite McStoryteller, Leither Ron A. Sewell.
After which you can delve into a host of marital woes in Piety, and Other Lies by our latest contributor, Dumfries-born Stewart Wright.
Finally, Aberdeen-based author Bill Kirton returns with a piece of Friday humour called Look to the Lady, in which he probes the mind of a modern-day Lady Macbeth.
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