Mark Starlin

Jul 26

One Minute Wit

Blake Guidry

I don’t wear sports team shirts.

When you wear one, someone always wants to talk sports with you. And I usually only watch sports during the playoffs (occasionally.) So I am clueless about their questions.

I think I will get a shirt made with my novel’s name on it. Then…

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Jul 19

Three Line Conversations

Fathoming the strangeness of Humans

Yaniv Cohen

Wooly: It doesn’t look like a bell.

Fluff: Will it keep us awake?

Dad: I am not sure often humans ring a Taco Bell, but I imagine we will get used to it.

Three Line Conversations were inspired by Haikus. I borrowed the form of three lines, but without the…

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Jul 12

Three Line Conversations

The raft

Wasa Crispbread

“Isn’t this great?”

“I have to admit, when you said having a picnic on a wooden raft aimlessly floating in the Florida Everglades would be romantic, all I could think of was a giant alligator leaping up on the raft and eating one of us. Silly, right?”

“Umm… Actually, I…

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Jun 4

One Minute Wit

Three Line Conversations

Brooke Cagle

“Check it out, Sweetie. Our roses are going to look great this year.”

“Are you serious? I can’t even see the house.”

“Hmm. Maybe I did over-order the mulch.”

Three Line Conversations were inspired by Haikus. I borrowed the form of three lines, but without the syllable counts. And dialog…

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Mar 3

A real new wave

Baylee Gramling

Bethany started out as a pop singer.
Then she turned 20.
So she convinced her band to become an alternative band.
That effort fizzled out.
Then Bethany persuaded her band to switch to Americana.
Her Americana music career was a washout.
So Bethany decided to create a new genre. Ocean…

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