GIGANTIC INDOORS ONE-LINE PROSE PREVIEW
I woke up today with a dog to burn.
– Yoo-Hyun Oak
That little dog chased us back inside!
– Rob Walsh
With the footsteps getting closer, I turn a large box on its side, cut it open with my pocketknife, pull the books out so there's room inside for a man, a small man, and along with my curtain rods I crawl inside.
– John Haskell
When I woke up someone said he was alive.
– Kim Chinquee
He moved his hands and the sunlight stayed with them.
– Jamie Iredell
Every so often the father's arm moved in little jerks.
– Brandon Hobson
Have you ever thought about why people get disgusted by that?
– Anelise Chen
Sick children, dressed to the nines, come to mind.
– David Berman and Joe Wenderoth
We take our children to museums—No, no, we'll never have that money, so let's not talk that way.
– Chloè Cooper Jones
Don't say anything.
– Mischa Kuczynski
I think there is one oak for every millionth child
– Jane Mead
There was in him a tendency, no, almost the inborn imperative, to ignore such things—transitions.
– Joshua Cohen
"You, my friend, are Ferdinand the Bull."
– Jesse Nathan
The silence of the kitchen was actually a series of small sounds.
– Ken Sparling
Mother runs out into the yard and wonders aloud just what in the hell is the big idea with all the eating of the dirt?
– Dan Bevacqua
they made her heavy, a sack of blinking potatoes.
– Patricia Killelea
"I don't know what color the cat is supposed to be," she finally replied.
– Andrea Kneeland
One wet night, Harold had an even better idea.
– Sara Faye Lieber
The boy said he ran to the house, hoping to see his disgraced teacher.
– John Dermot Woods
Most of the time we get along, but the lines in his hand never cease to shift.
– Ashley Farmer
He had never seen the sea and today was no exception.
– Peter Maxwell
I am going to be married—followed by dessert, fruit, and bonbons in dishes.
– Diane Williams
You can cop a feel of our four-foot replica of the Venus de Milo before you go.
– David McAleavey