October 23, 2017


Carol Anne Byrnes



[Short]

Short

What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor? Part 1 (2007-12-03) cover story fiction

The story behind some hangovers can be far more complex than beer, whiskey, brandy, and more beer. Sometimes the tale begins in a bar, but this time it won't end there ...

What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor? Part 2 (2007-12-10) short fiction

If it wasn't for the tiny lumberjack, it could all have been merely a case of really, really bad luck ...

What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor? Part 3 (2007-12-17) short fiction

Leprechauns and mushrooms and bears, oh my! Let's throw in some fish tacos and some more beer while we're at it ...

What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor? Part 4 (2007-12-24) short fiction

At the end of the rainbow, Johnny finds a pot of gold, all right -- stashed in with pieces of old boats and dirty leprechaun laundry.

What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor? Part 5 (2007-12-31) short fiction

Well, he caught the little man fair and square, and he got his boat back, and carried a pot of gold to make him rich ...

What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor? Part 6 (2008-01-07) short fiction

All right, that was a fine story, but where do you find the proof?


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Carol Anne Byrnes
Carol Anne Byrnes


Carol Anne Byrnes is a community college English instructor who has been writing creatively since about third grade. There seems to be something of a family tradition here -- yes, her grandmother's family really DID come from Blarney. She has written a few feature articles for local newspapers, and she did a stint on the sports desk of a major metropolitan daily. When she's not writing or teaching, she's sailing her racing yacht, Black Magic.