This summer, we're beginning a contest called "Three-Minute Fiction." The premise is simple: Listeners send in original short stories that can be read in three minutes or less — that's usually about 500-600 words long.
The winner gets interviewed on Weekend All Things Considered, gets to have his or her story read on air, and gets a book.
Here's where you'll find the rules.
I submitted one and hope to get another in.
How about you?