Future literary collectors will say: “This is an example of an early ‘one-sentence story’ by Emmy Jackson, probably written during their unsuccessful My Subaru Needs A Fucking Engine campaign. Although they died penniless and in relative obscurity–in fact, nobody is even sure when it happened–Jackson was one of the pioneers in the resurgence of ‘postcard-lit’ in the early oughts. As the genre developed, more talented writers of the era like Claybourne, Templeton and Jankowski got involved and the quality, popularity and impact of one-sentence stories increased, but Jackson’s crude early efforts exhibit a raw, unpolished element that many collectors find appealing. The handwritten stories are a very rare find today, and consistently fetch high prices at auctions.”
So yeah, you’d best get one soon, before the 1% get their teeth into this and render them unattainable.