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Three Minute Fiction

My hometown NPR station, WNIJ, has sponsored a short story contest called Three Minute Fiction. The chosen stories will be read by the authors on the radio. 618 more words


Selling Your Soul for Success- Taylor

In connection to my previous post on character motivation, my most recent literary sketch focuses on the great lengths a person will go in the pursuit of success. 1,365 more words

Independent Seminar

The Package

The Package

A while ago I stumbled upon a flash fiction competition sponsored by NPR called Three-Minute Fiction.  Their round 11 premise was “Write a story in which a character finds an object that he or she has no intention of returning.”  I found the premise very interesting but unfortunately had missed the entry deadline.   929 more words


Raising the Dead, But Not the Zombie Apocalypse- Taylor

My last literary sketch based on the prompt, “She must live!” was a great success and I’m very excited to share it with you all in this post. 1,217 more words

Literature And Poetry

"The Last Chance" - Taylor

First off, I’d like to thank everyone who responded to my last post. The advice and links you shared with me were fantastic! Here are just a few of the writing tips I picked up from other sources: 332 more words

Literature And Poetry

ICU Christmas

A Three Minute Fiction Submission. Based on a memory of my grandmother during one of her stays in the ICU.

She closed the book, placed it on the table, and finally, decided to walk through the door. 485 more words

Three Minute Fiction

The Balloon Man

Danny has made a life out of charming tourists. He is the one they go to first, squinting and sunburned from the forty-minute ferry ride across the water. 540 more words

Three Minute Fiction