Three-Minute Fiction: Judging Begins The deadline is past for this round of our Three-Minute Fiction short-story competition — and the work of judging is just getting started. Host Guy Raz gets a progress report — and a few lines of some of the standout entries — from our judge, All Things Considered book critic Alan Cheuse.
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Three-Minute Fiction: Judging Begins

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Three-Minute Fiction: Judging Begins

Three-Minute Fiction: Judging Begins

Three-Minute Fiction: Judging Begins

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The deadline is past for this round of our Three-Minute Fiction short-story competition — and the work of judging is just getting started. Host Guy Raz gets a progress report from our judge, All Things Considered book critic Alan Cheuse.

Check out a couple of standout entries: "Saturday" by Susan Ingram; and "Deus Ex Machina" by Becke Davis.