March 22, 2012, by Jon McGregor
A discussion about whether Hemingway actually wrote his famous six-word story. For more on Roland…
- A discussion about whether Hemingway actually wrote his famous six-word story.
- For more on Roland Barthes’ concept of the writerly and readerly text, see his essay, From Work to Text, in the collection ‘Image, Music, Text’.
- Lydia Davis, ‘Collected Stories’, Hamish Hamilton.
- Donald Barthelme, ‘Some of us had been threatening our friend Colby’, taken from the collection ‘Forty Stories’, Penguin Classics.
- Richard Brautigan, ‘The Scarlatti Tilt’, taken from ‘Revenge of the Lawn’, Rebel Inc.
- Donald Barthelme, ‘The School’, taken from the collection ‘Sixty Stories’, Penguin Classics.
- George Saunders, ‘The Perfect Gerbil’, taken from his essay collection ‘The Brain-dead Megaphone’, Bloomsbury.
- Information on the First Story organisation.
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