Welcome to Fiction FeedA review of short-form creative prose from throughout the internet. All content by Eric Hawthorn.
Category Archives: Prose Poetry
Two Pieces by Justin Brouckaert. ⇒Read them @ Ghost Proposal. This week’s unsolicited and likely rambling commentary focuses on some great prose writing by Justin Brouckaert. I don’t normally do this, but I’m going to take on not one but two pieces in … Continue reading
FILMMAKING | B.R. Yeager ⇒ Read the story first @ Unbroken (view the journal via ISSUU; the piece is on page 21) ⇒ Today’s featured piece comes from a cool journal of short-form creative prose–prose poetry, flash, what have you–called Unbroken. 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
YOUTH | Daniel Enjay Wong. Spork. ⇒Daniel Enjay Wong’s flash fiction “Youth” is rich in symbolism, but symbolism of the unforced, subtle variety. I appreciate that. I appreciate symbolism that makes the reader do a bit of the work.
PERSEPHONE | Molly Lazer. Scapegoat Review. ⇒It is with more than a little bit of glee that I categorize this piece as, not only prose poetry, but “erotica,” too. Why erotic? Read the piece, silly. It’s about sex. Unless my reading … Continue reading
FROM THE TEMPLE PRIAPUS | Andrew Saavedra Lockjaw Magazine. ⇒First of all, I would like to thank Twitter for introducing me to a slew of incredible new online literary journals, the most recent of which is the beautifully designed Lockjaw … Continue reading