Welcome to Fiction FeedA review of short-form creative prose from throughout the internet. All content by Eric Hawthorn.
Monthly Archives: March 2015
ORION’S TOOTH | Peter Clarke. Cheap Pop. ⇒I was wandering around the interwebs yesterday and stumbled upon this fantastic flash fiction, “Orion’s Tooth,” published a couple weeks ago on Cheap Pop. The story is brilliantly constructed, subtly musical, an absolute … Continue reading
THE “PEOPLE IN TUBES” MOTIF | Gregg Williard. The Collagist. ⇒This marvelous piece by Gregg Williard, “The ‘People in Tubes’ Motif,” contains a slew of great vocab words, among them bricolage. I happen to like the word; I love the term’s … Continue reading
A NEW PLACE | Stephen Thomas. The Puritan. ⇒Michael and David are looking for a new place to go. We know this because one of them says, Let’s find a new place to get to. and the other one agrees: … Continue reading
FUNERALS I HAVE BEEN TO | Allegra Frazier. Literary Orphans. ⇒This story is a real gem, but one of the understated variety, the sort that doesn’t need to blind its viewer with the fact of its brilliance. This piece is … Continue reading
MARTIAN MATTERS | Rios de la Luz. Ladybox Books. ⇒The great novelist and teacher John Gardner likened the craft of writing to the construction of a dream. It may not resemble our known reality, but it must have and follow … Continue reading