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Guy Raz previews new round of Three Minute Fiction

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Guy Raz, weekend host of NPR's All Things Considered

By Joyce Kryszak

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Buffalo, NY – If you were listening this weekend to All Things Considered you heard all about the new contest rules for the latest round of Three Minute Fiction. The competition that gives you 600 words to prove your literary prowess is now officially open. The rules and deadline are posted at NPR.

But WBFO's Joyce Kryszak had a chance to find out a little more about what goes on behind the contest. She talked recently with weekend All Things Considered host Guy Raz who is also the creator of the popular writing contest. Raz said the response has been almost overwhelming.

More information on the contest and round six rules is available at Three Minute Fiction.