5 stories of just six words by Canadian authors

Wired magazine asked scores of authors to pen their own six-word masterpieces.


 

1. Failed SAT. Lost scholarship. Invented rocket.—William Shatner

2. Longed for him. Got him. S–t.—Margaret Atwood

3. Batman Sues Batsignal: Demands trademark royalties.—Cory Doctorow

4. Bush told the truth. Hell froze.—William Gibson

5. Thought I was right. I wasn’t.—Graeme Gibson

Source: Wired.com


 
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5 stories of just six words by Canadian authors

  1. Classic Cory Doctorow. That insufferable bore.

  2. So many good writers in this country………

  3. Why is ‘maintenance’ being done in the middle of the evening, and not at 3 am?

    • Did you go into withdrawal?

      • Tsk….rightwingers are terrible at business.

  4. “Sit down. Forget her. Have another.”