Prose Fiction

“Prose fiction is the bastard child of poetry and journalism. If we, arbitrarily perhaps, but perhaps not, name poetry as the mother, and journalism the father, it seems to me that current prose fiction suffers as a child who takes too much from nourishment from its father’s hand, an insufficient amount from its mother’s.”
~ Mary Gordon pg 3 The O’Henry Awards 2001 Prize Stories

Published by nikkidreamer

Dreaming. Writing. Drawing.

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