Saturday, 6 August 2011

Short story by Lee Ee Leen in the latest SELANGOR TIMES


I am happy to read this because I think Lee Ee Leen is one of the best writers we have. We demand a book!

10 comments:

Ad Omar said...

wow.

unusual (impressive) use of "you" in a narrative. loved the prose and didn't see the end coming. well done. writing like these in the editor's mailbox.. now i understand why i never heard from selangor times. hehe.. ;P

keep on sharing these selangor times stories. :)

eeleenlee said...

Thank you. Second person (you') is rarely used, so I thought I'd give it a go.

Asrul "iLham" Sany said...

AM likes fictions... something new... or maybe i missed out everything bout u these days... haha

exnottingham wood said...

What a writer! Great control of pace, atmosphere and the ending devastates!

Eeleen Lee said...

Great short piece! A little science fictionish (is there is such a word...) in its themes and styling.

CTHua said...

Great story!

John Tines said...

Wow, is this the new face of Malaysian literary fiction? I say bring it on!

litwist said...

Yes, this type of narration is rare, but I like how it's used here. The story is unsettling and the prose has a special kind of fluidity; well played into the story. Smart metaphors.

Excellent stuff I would love to read more of lee's work, a definite talent :)

Damyanti said...

Go Eeleen! This is breathtaking!

Ian Morris said...

Is this story by the same writer of "Jaguar Tracks" in the November issue of Esquire Malaysia?