In August, On The Premises magazine ran a "mini-contest" where writers were challenged to tell a complete story in just 25 to 75 words and use dialog only. No dialog tags and no narration allowed. It's much harder than it sounds. Here's one I wrote. Guess what novel I had just finished reading?
"I miss you Mammy."
"I miss you too, Farhad."
"I'm sorry I told them about that man that came over."
"It's OK, the truth is always best."
"Is that why they brought you here, Mammy?"
"When will you be home?"
"Soon, my love."
"Baba talks about a stoning. What's that, Mammy? I hope you can be there."
"I will be there, my son. I will be there."