"Louis Jenkins' prose poems document what we have to say, acting out, in the roles of ourselves, our arguments with that barely improbable world(and the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to) as we walk around steered by the dopey logic of idiom, providing sport for our neighbors." --Phil Dentinger
"Jenkins is a necessity of survival to any tortoise on this hare brained grand prix derby day winner takes all racetrack of these, our sunset glory dinosaur days." --Mark Rylance
Louis Jenkins is an American prose poet from Enid, Oklahoma. He lived in Duluth, Minnesota, for over 30 years with his wife Ann. His poems have been published in a number of literary magazines and anthologies. The author's book, Nice Fish, was winner of the Minnesota Book Award in 1995. It was later co-scripted by Oscar-winning star Mark Rylance, and premiered at the Guthrie in 2013.