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Three-Minute Fiction Round 9 Is Open

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Three-Minute Fiction Round 9 Is Open

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Three-Minute Fiction Round 9 Is Open

Three-Minute Fiction Round 9 Is Open

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A reminder from weekends on All Things Considered host Guy Raz that Round 9 of our Three-Minute Fiction, our writing contest where our listeners write an original short story, is now open. The story must be based on the following challenge from our judge Brad Meltzer: The story must revolve around a U.S. president, who can be fictional or real and that the short story has to be 600 words or less. Listeners can submit their story online at www.npr.org/threeminutefiction.

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