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Six Word Stories

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Deanna Mascle

on 17 October 2013

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Transcript of Six Word Stories

Lots of people share six word stories on Twitter using the #6words hashtag: http://bit.ly/16ZOkxf
Six Word Stories
From Ernest Hemingway to You!
Ernest Hemingway
In the 1920s, Ernest Hemingway’s colleagues bet him
that he couldn’t write a complete story in just six words.

He wrote: For sale: baby shoes, never used.

They paid up. Hemingway is said to have considered it his best work.
Share Your Six Word Story
In Person or On the web
Stop by the Camden-Carroll Library on the campus of Morehead State University or visit Coffeetree Books on Main Street in Morehead to add your six word story to our graffiti walls
Use the #WEKY hashtag to post on Twitter and Google+
or post it on our National Days On Writing at Morehead State University and throughout Eastern Kentucky Facebook page
A writing challenge for National Days On Writing
for Morehead State University and Eastern Kentucky
Writers are still creating six word stories today. Visit
http://www.sixwordstories.net/ to see six word stories from around the world.
And sometimes they follow a theme or inspiration such as a photo: http://6wordspluspostage.wordpress.com/
They are sometimes written as six word memoirs...
Some more examples
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