Welcome to Fiction FeedA review of short-form creative prose from throughout the internet. All content by Eric Hawthorn.
Monthly Archives: May 2015
RAPHAEL | Stephen Graham Jones. Nightmare Magazine (online content). ⇒Today we’re talking about Stephen Graham Jones’s incredible work of supernatural/psychological horror, “Raphael.” It was originally published in Cemetery Dance in 2006, republished in Jones’s story collection The Ones that Got Away (where … Continue reading
GOING BOWLING WITH MOHAMMED | Ron Riekki. ExFic. ⇒This flash piece is funny and profound, so many things at once. By way of premise/summary, here’s the opening fragment to give you a taste of what’s in store for you: I … Continue reading
Rogue Notebooks: 2006 – 2014 or How to Become a Novelist in Ten Minutes or Less | Bhanu Kapil. Banango Street. ⇒Bhanu Kapil’s “Rogue Notebooks” first appeared at Banango Street back in October. The publication coincided with the manifestation of her newest … Continue reading
THE NEW MIDDLE CLASS | Dolan Morgan. Midnight Breakfast. ⇒Today we’re going to do something a little bit different. The topic of today’s conversation, “The New Middle Class” by Dolan Morgan, published in Midnight Breakfast, is unique in that the story swerves … Continue reading
A GOOD ACHE | Amanda Miska. matchbook. ⇒This marvelous flash fiction by Amanda Miska takes on a really big, challenging topic: happiness. What is happiness? It’s one of those words people throw around without any stable definition (other examples of ubiquitous-yet-utterly-vague cliches … Continue reading
SHE’S A WORK OF ART | Kelly Lynn Thomas. Animal Literary Magazine. ⇒Animal is a literary magazine dedicated to animals, literally and figuratively. It’s a really effective premise that offers a lot of thematic leeway while also giving the journal … Continue reading