First up, our favourite Ayrshire writer, Angus Shoor Caan, treats us to Song from the Sixteenth Floor, another in his canon of tales inspired by Paul Kelly songs.
Then that irrepressible Clydebank storyteller, Jack O’Donnell, takes us marching down memory lane with Granda in The Orange Walk.
After which we go on a drug-fuelled trip in Crack: it gives you wings, the first in a trilogy of stories from McStorytellers newbie, Edinburgh-based Geordie Lee Carrick.
Last but not least, Stonehaven-born writer David McWilliam, also a McStorytellers newbie, furnishes us with an update on a Biblical tale in Sam, Lil and Sal.
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