Monday, November 15, 2010

"Roosts" by Zach Brockhouse, NPR winner

Yesterday I was lucky enough to be in the car to catch a live reading of this 600-word story from the Weekend All Things Considered Three Minute Fiction context. It's a knockout. Give it a look here.

The contest included required first and last sentences:

"Some people swore that the house was haunted,"

"Nothing was ever the same again after that."

They received 5,000 entries for the contest.

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