Monday, March 14, 2011
NO SUCH THING EXISTS
by E. M. Jenkinson
This is an interesting little story, it straddles the line between poetry and prose. At 792 words the author could only focus on one element and in this case Jenkinson concentrated on the imagery, and did it very, very well. She makes you feel that one moment in time.
In her bio she mentions that she is wondering if she should get back into writing. I hope she does, she can certainly do imagery and I would love to see a longer piece from her with more elements, character development, plot pacing, ect. If she brings the passion for those things that she brought to the imagery in NO SUCH THING EXISTS she will be a great writer.
By Darrell B. Nelson author of I KILLED THE MAN THAT WASN'T THERE