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Damhnait Monaghan - Flash Nonfiction Funny survey responses

Is it harder to write funny or sad?

For me, it’s harder to write funny, which is kind of sad.

Boxers or kickboxers?

Legal briefs.

Cloned or frozen?

No foam, extra hot.

When writing is going well…

I’m sorry, I don’t understand the question.

Desert Island Book?

Flash NonFiction Funny, of course.


Damhnait Monaghan is a Canadian who now lives in the UK. Her fiction and creative non-fiction are published or forthcoming in anthologies such as Flash Nonfiction Funny (Woodhall Press), Flash I Love You (Paper Swans), EllipsisZine One, Hysteria 4, and National Flash Fiction Day (2016 and 2018). She is published in print and online in places like Jellyfish Review, Understorey Magazine, Still Point Arts Quarterly, Flash Frontier, Brilliant Flash Fiction and elsewhere. She reads for the literary journal FlashBack Fiction and tweets @Downith which is also how to pronounce her first name.


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