Impression № 044: Ephemera

Author Jamie Guiney, one of our oldest Snake-Oilers, brings us some leap year fun on this February 29th, with a handful of writerly ephemera.

Check out Jamie’s previous contributions to the Snake-Oil Cure here.

Beards on a washing line

I’ll kill yis all 

Hotdog warning

Clive and the lightning bolt

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Jamie Guiney is a literary fiction writer from Northern Ireland who has a black belt in Karate, lives beside a graveyard and has a strong dislike for onions.  His short stories have been published in literary journals, newspapers and digitally on iPhones and iPads.  He has previously attended the Faber & Faber Writing Academy and received backing from the NI Arts Council for his writing.  Jamie is a member of the Newman Writers Group.  His short story ‘A Quarter Yellow Sun’ was nominated for ‘The 2011 Pushcart Prize’.

His other contributions to Snake-Oil Cure can be found here.

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