Sharpies and Coconut Macaroons

honored and thrilled to have a new flash fiction piece, Sharpies and Coconut Macaroons, published in this terrifically absurd magazine
“The Absurdist is a small monthly periodical of absurdist flash fiction and illustrations, printed and distributed in Portland, Oregon and shared digitally around the world.”

10 thoughts on “Sharpies and Coconut Macaroons

  1. Congrads AnnMarie! I am rooting for you. Hope you had a good Halloween. I had a ball watching horror movies from 6am to midnight. I did find out a horrifying thing. My dr prescribed me the wrong type of medicine. Depakote has two types he gave me the one that stays in your system longer and turns you into a zombie and very drowsy. He is trying to fix it now with pharmacy and I am sure my insurances will not be happy about that. I think that will eventually clear up and I get the right type of med for me and feel less like a zombie and being in a fog the rest of my life. I got a lot of trick r treaters last night. Halloween was awesome. I am having a Post Halloween movie marathon party. ttys

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    • thank you, Dan
      geez I hope at the writing of this response that your meds are all adjusted
      so very sorry you have to deal with all this on top of life and its mountains
      you just keep being the ever-positive climber my friend
      be well
      stay creative
      hope your Halloween was excellent

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  2. Hey, girlie!
    That is one helluva knockout story – the language is so taut and energetic, and the narrative moves like a Jackalope on a cold Wyoming morning.
    Keep sending, sending, sending you!
    Love it!

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