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Business-Card Fiction (#BCF)  has moved onto its second live prompt.   This time, the prompt is a photo with no prompt word:

Bcf Prompt #2

In this challenge, entrants use graphic-editing software (e.g. the GIMP, etc.) to simulate printing the story on the back of a business card.  Here is my “card” with my story:

Shanghaied

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Business-Card Fiction (#BCF)  has begun with its first live prompt.   This time, the prompt is a photo with no prompt word:

Bcf Prompt #1

In this challenge, entrants use graphic-editing software (e.g. the GIMP, etc.) to simulate printing the story on the back of a business card.  Here is my “card” with my story:

She Left Her Heart in San Francisco

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Business-Card Fiction (#BCF)  is a new flash-fiction event that is currently in a trial run and should start, in earnest, in December of 2012.   It is hosted at businesscardfiction.com, and the rules may be found there, but the general idea is to use a given prompt ro write a story that can fit on the back of a business card.  For this test run, there are three possible prompts: “Fist,” “Festival” and “Fishing,” but I decided to have some fun by using ALL THREE PROMPTS.

Due to the nature of this challenge, entrants use graphic-editing software (e.g. the GIMP, etc.) to simulate printing the story on the back of a business card.  Here is my “card” with my story:

Rednecks, Catfish and Mud

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