Thanks to all who submitted your six word stories.
We exhibited all stories at a community installation in Walsh’s Pub (Blousers) during the Westport Arts Festival, held in 2010 from October 1st to 10th.
The most famous six-word story was written by Ernest Hemingway:
For sale: baby shoes, never worn.
The form has been gaining popularity in recent years, particularly through the efforts of SMITH Magazine who have pioneered a memoir version. They have many excellent examples online.
Thanks for all your submissions! Keep an eye on the programme for the 2015 Westport Arts Festival.