The Last Line

The last line for 2022:

Stories due October 1, 2022

Remember, all stories must end with the last line provided,
and you cannot change it in any way.


What's New At The Last Line:

November 2

We're editing . . .
Issue 7 will be released soon.

And the winner is . . .
Kathleen Robins won our last line contest with her sentence:

The shredder roared to life, grinding the letter into tiny pieces of confetti.

 

Issue 6 is here . . .

Issue 6 - Winter 2020:
Jordan looked me in the eye and said, "I trust you."

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Back issues available:

Issue 5 - Winter 2018:
I will visit again if I am ever back this way.

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Issue 4 - Winter 2017:
Benjamin was a man of his word.

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Issue 3 - Winter 2016:
It was hard to accept that from now on everyone would look at her differently.

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Issue 2 - Winter 2015:

She said, "I will," and left.

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Issue 1 - Winter 2014:

Brian pocketed the note and realized it had all been worth it.

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