This is a quick sketch (I say quick because I wrote the dialogue in about ten minutes) of a piece I plan on using for a writing contest that is being put on by the Writer's Digest Magazine. When complete it won't read like a half finished script. For the moment it is in part to help hear the characters voices without the clutter of exposition and also to get the flow of the whole thing.
Also I rather enjoy this form of writing. Its a very loose imitation of minimalism, which was a writing form around the time of Hemmingway. And prescribes to Hemmingway's idea that I only give the reader the tip of the iceberg and the reader has to fill in the detail and action on their own. Some would call that lazy, but how many times has someone been annoyed with how the author approached a certain scene or wrote a certain scene. Now the details aren't straight forward and pre-determined. I find that a much nicer read, personally.
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