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    Six Word Story Contest Winner 
 Category:  Biographical Fiction
  Posted: October 3, 2019      Views: 139

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 ABOUT
ROBERT ZIMMERMAN 
I am a common storyteller. The most important part of my writing is the story, not the form.
I write in essay, short story and poetry.
I write what I think--feel--believe.

He is a top ranked author at the #12 position.

He is an accomplished poet and is currently at the #35 spot on this years rankings.

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George Orwell was an author...and a prophet.
"Welcome To Dystopia" by Robert Zimmerman



“1984” is here,
thirty-five years late.

 


Writing Prompt
Write a six word story. Two simple rules:

-NO POETRY. AUTOMATIC DQ!

-Must tell a complete story

Six Word Story
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Author Notes
Actions occurring in social media and internet intrusions into privacy, censorship and politics have made George Orwell a prophet, in addition an author.
The desire to overturn a Presidential election by a political party along with "useful idiots" in the media is steering the country into a dystopian path.

"1984" is the book title in the sentence and the number is hyphenated by rule.
"Hyphenate all compound numbers from twenty-one through ninety-nine."
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