Twitter fiction and six-word stories have permeated the literary world, but the concept of telling very short tales isn't exactly new. Lovecraft and Lydia Davis have both penned what has come to be known as flash fiction -- brief stories with no precise length constraints, but that don't typically exceed 1, words.
Flash fiction differs from other short written works in that it generally features a traditional story arc -- an evocative scene that doesn't have a beginning, middle or end wouldn't qualify, which is why it's a tough medium to tackle.
The following stories are longer than six words or characters, but, if you read at the same speed as the average American adult words per minute , each will take you about two minutes to get through, more or less.
Each has been selected from a different literary magazine, and each offers its own solution to the problem of fitting a full and fulfilling narrative into a very small space. AM Magazine First sentence: The canoe scudded to a stop at the steep, rocky shore. Kevin first shuffled out of the woods a few months ago while I was playing my zither in the backyard.
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Rob Bleeker: It is well known men like long legs. poor me!
Chase Wong: Basically, women have all the power combined with immensely unrealistic expectations. Good luck guys.
Sarah Vimont: If she smells like a pig .yeah she is.
Maria Dtk: Lessons learned: don't touch the Dutch, don't try and look nice, and flirting gets you nowhere. Feelings hurt, lol.
K9_ Slkill: HAHAHAHAHA que olhos sinistros
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They moved into a new house when Jane started high school. The teens are no longer the same people that they were at the beginning of the story. Here are some of my favorites: Loading meebo, log in daddyhunt, google language, launching notepad… Yahoo Boy mode activated. But it's not all that helpful to specify that there is an item being discussed without specifying what kind of an item it is.
Brian Woodruff 's time living in Japan and China brings him a cross-cultural awareness and a sense of the sweep of histories which crops up in unexpected ways in the realms he fashions.