Wednesday, 16 February, 2011
A 31 word short-story written by futurist and science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke, which was published by Analog magazine in 1984, just may have been one of his best works:
And God said: DELETE lines One to Aleph. LOAD. RUN. And the Universe ceased to exist.
Read the conclusion here.
Arthur C. Clarke, humour, science fiction, short stories, writing
Tuesday, 2 June, 2009
Harry Clarke’s morbid yet captivating illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s classic collection of short stories, Tales of Mystery and Imagination.
art, books, Edgar Allan Poe, illustration, short stories
Tuesday, 16 September, 2008
One Sentence: as the title suggests, stories told in just one sentence.
When I was 5 or so my mom would tell me to lie down before she tied my tie and I just now realized at the age of 19 that she did this because she’s a funeral director.
sentences, short stories, stories, writing