Three-Minute Fiction How long does it take to tell a good story? We're betting you can do it in just a few minutes — three, to be exact. For our contest, we want to hear your original short stories that can be read in three minutes or less.
Three-Minute Fiction Round Four: The Winner Is ...
May 16, 2010 Round Four Winner "A plant," he repeats, though sounding hesitant now. Vuk, a Slav, frequently muddles his idioms, taking leaps of faith in expressions, hoping, like a boy playing Scrabble, they withstand verification in the OED, if it came down to that.
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Three-Minute Fiction: Excerpt
We lounged outside in the mid-April sun on the second floor front porch, the parrot and I, or, more accurately, I lounged and the parrot, all three-and-a-half pounds of him, walnut-cracking, thick-beaked macaw, roughhoused-routed in my cardigan sweater, lifted himself up onto my shoulder and then dangled down again, claws embedded in the black yarn. May 1, 2010
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