F3 Week 16 – “Let’s Rap”


Conversing, chatting, verbalizing, articulating, speaking…  They all refer to an activity everyone enjoys: talking – usually to one another.

A conversation can serve many purposes. It can be to share or request information, receive clarification or pose a question, express congratulations or deliver criticism.

Having an elaborate setting, multiple backstories, and intertwining plot twists aren’t always necessary components of a good story. Sometimes, just a couple of people, or even a group of people, expressing their thoughts and feelings can speak volumes.

This week, let’s dispense with all the outer trappings of a tale and just get down to basics.

Prompt: Your story must be comprised solely of dialogue

Genre: Open

Word Count: 1,500 or less

Deadline: Thursday, December 17, 2015

Post your story on your blog or website and provide a link to it in the comment section of this prompt.

About Evan Henry (257 Articles)
Evan Henry is a graduate student in English at the University of Virginia, where he works on the legacy of eugenics and scientific racism in American pop culture. As Head of Publishing for Black Ship Books he seeks to further social analysis of popular culture and develop new and unique voices in both creative and critical writing. His credits include Broken Frontier, the Virginia Literary Review, and numerous small publishers of fantasy and science fiction. His short story collection The Great City will be released this summer.
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