‘Dissolution’ – an unidentified literary object

This piece has, like many adult offspring these days, come rolling back with its washing to live with its parents because otherwise it will probably remain forever homeless. Why? What did it do? Is it the literary equivalent of an indolent, work-shy waster?  Not really (well I would say that!), it’s likely because the poetry market thinks it’s prose and the prose market believes it’s poetry.   Actually they are both right; ‘Dissolution’ started life as a poem for my OU course and, because I don’t really have a feel for poetry, I wrote a flash story first from which to fashion it. Not quite in the spirit? My tutor thought … Continue reading ‘Dissolution’ – an unidentified literary object

Rate this: