Tuesday, November 13, 2007

FOR WHOM THE GOOD TOLLS - flash fiction

Short Story Library recently lowered its standards enough to allow a 100-word piece of my micro-fiction foolishness, For Whom To Good Tolls, http://shortstory.us.com/2008/11/for-whom-the-good-tolls-by-bill-fullerton/ to appear among its otherwise first-rate offerings.

If you get a chance, go check out the entire site at: http://shortstory.us.com/

And in conclusion, let me say that I hereby apologize to the spirit of Ernest Hemingway, wherever it may roam, and to his many other admirers.

Bayou Bill

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Blogger Monica said...

That was good and yucky and almost spiritual and poetic and erotic and sad. How talented is that? You got so many emotions in 100 words.


12:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That had a rather subeversive bent to it. You created an abundance of mayhem in just a few words. I liked it.

8:13 PM  
Blogger Bill Fullerton said...

Many thanks to Monica and Koe for taking the time to come back here and leave a comment about my story posted on Short Story Library.

9:17 PM  

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