Stories told in just six words.


Brevity is a virtue.

This is a collection of short short stories consisting of just six words. It was inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s famous challenge. It will include stories by notable writers, reader submissions, myself, friends, and the Internet at large.

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Launched by Pete Berg in December, 2008.

There are 11 comments in this article:

  1. 12/29/2008Pete says:

    First post. And so it begins.

  2. 1/20/2009John says:

    For Sale. Hemingway’s shotgun. Used once.

  3. 1/22/2009glenn says:

    For sale. Hemmingway’s liqour bottle. Overused

  4. 3/21/2009Lassie says:

    Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof!

    (Come quick! Timmy fallen down well.)

  5. 5/11/2009Alex says:

    Clone is created. Clone kills creator.

  6. 5/19/2009Jenny Worsley says:

    Seeing her lover, she shot him.

  7. 7/4/2009Bubba Gelly says:

    Run To Live To Love Lulu…..

  8. 4/25/2010Lynn LeBlanc says:

    Hemingway’s shotgun: remedy for overhyped pedant.

  9. 4/25/2010Lynn LeBlanc says:

    Mister Booth should have shot Mary.

  10. 4/25/2010Lynn LeBlanc says:

    New definition of cardinal sin: ask Pope.

  11. 11/25/2013walter Graham says:

    Night. What’s here? Shssh. Don’t move.

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