Sometimes you’ve got to laugh your way through life, and there’s no finer vessel than Scottish humour. We bring together two authors who, across their fiction and non-fiction, rip up the notion that tough times equates to unbridled misery, and that laughter can be found. Kirkland Ciccone's Sadie, Call the Polis is an offbeat story of a Scottish family as seen through the eyes of the indomitable Sadie Rash, who we follow from childhood to adulthood, while Carrie Marshall’s memoir Carrie Kills A Man explores how a trans rock singer killed a depressed suburban dad in its frank and fearless glory.
Both authors will dive into their work, and - dare we say - crack a joke or two about life along the way.
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