Welcome to Fiction FeedA review of short-form creative prose from throughout the internet. All content by Eric Hawthorn.
Monthly Archives: June 2015
SEPTEMBER 1 IN TBILISI | Irakli Kobiashvili. Read the story @ One Throne Magazine. ⇒Today we’re talking about a beautiful yet stunningly brutal short story called “September 1 in Tbilisi,” which was written by Irakli Kobiashvili and published in One Throne Magazine. This … Continue reading
BILL AND I WENT HUNTING TODAY | Louis Rakovich. ⇒ Read the story @ Goldfish Grimm ⇐ Read the story first. There will be spoilers aplenty… Around the time in college when I stopped drinking hallucinogenic cough medicine and started studying semiotic … Continue reading
LOOK | Sarah Gailey. Cease, Cows. ⇒Read the story here Here’s the deal. If you read my commentary on Sarah Gailey’s “Look,” I will spoil the entire story for you. Every last detail.
BUTTERFLY EYES | G.V. Anderson. ⇒Freeze Frame Fiction. I am certainly not the first person to observe that literature, art in general, is an inherently solipsistic venture. Even if we’re trying to look beyond the self, we’re rarely able to … Continue reading
WE LEARNED TO PRONOUNCE PROKOFIEV | Kathy Fish. Change Seven Magazine. ⇒It isn’t often that I write about creative nonfiction, but I think this is something I want to explore more often on Fiction_Feed (despite the obvious contradiction in the … Continue reading
NEED A MIRACLE | Karie Fugett. Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal. Sometimes when we discuss flash pieces my commentary ends up being longer than the story in question, and I’m pretty sure that will be the case today. Since an in-depth … Continue reading