Quarterly Fiction: January 2010


“An old thing becomes new if you detach it from what usually surrounds it.”

“When you do not know what you are doing and what you are doing is the best — that is inspiration.”

“Make visible what, without you, might perhaps never have been seen.”

Robert Bresson

(Bresson was a French film director, who influenced many of the film makers we recognize and appreciate today. Read about him here, here, and here)

January 2010 Fiction: “Detachment”

Navigations, by Anna Caro, Featured Fiction

The Fading Dream, by Aidan Ryan

Pride And Fall Of A Favorite Son, by Brian Ted Jones

Snake, by Ben Drinen

The Confession, by Ilan Herman

Confessions Of A Peeping Tom, by Wayne Scheer

The Lost Day, by Mario Milosevic

30 Is The New Kill Myself, by xTx

Of Origami And Doubt, by David LaBounty

Tommy And The Demons, by J.N. Thorpe

Desolation Pub and Passion Rock, by Sam Campbell

The Bear Of Memories, by Timothy Schaekel

Two Dollar Coats, by Kenneth M. Muise, Jr

Box, by Kevin Keating

Emerald, by Alex Thornber

Read October 2009 Quarterly Fiction

Photo: “In Air Pushed Random”, Turbu.

Full of Crow Quarterly Fiction is edited by Lynn Alexander, for Full Of Crow.

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