by Chris Roberts
Six strictured sentences equates to a numerical variant of a theme magazine. This in turn translates to a teacher handing out a really bad homework assignment for grade schoolers to follow like so many lemmings. I think numbered/theme publications not even in the category of true literary work - it is a very specific subject rammed down a writer's throat. What is regurgitated is just that - indigested bits of forced prose of the one-dimensional, cardboard cut out variety. Real original, really boring. I dare you to print this.
Chris Roberts lives in Brooklyn, New York. (This piece has been published exactly as submitted - not one edit has been made.)