Full of Crow: The Bones of Truth

We’ve all been anxiously awaiting the Full of Crow October Quarterly and now it’s here – *big applause* to Lynn Alexander for her hard work in FOC and her admirable dedication to small press.

I’d also like to thank Lynn personally for accepting my story, The Bones of Truth, a wicked fable about facing the challenges of life through the eyes of a little girl.

Also, don’t miss FOC’s featured writer Jodi MacArthur and her crazy good story, Art – another *big applause* to you girl!
And more great writes from: Michael J. Solender, Jeffrey S. Callico, Leon Jackson Davenport, and Sal Buttaci.

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10 thoughts on “Full of Crow: The Bones of Truth

  1. Hello Erin! Good luck with your mystery novel (if you need a list of agents or anything, please let me know). Also, I don't know if you're considering small-press publishers, but I very much enjoyed working with Vamplit Publishing — I got to pick my title, book cover, and write the blurb for the book, and my editor was super.I like witches (Release contains 2 of them, in addition to vampires, werewolves, and demons — oh my!). I'm currently reading Physick Book of Deliverance Dane, and Practical Magic is one of my favorite movies.Thanks for stopping by my blog and I hope to see you around the blogosphere! Best of luck to you!

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  2. The BOnes of Truth was a heart-breaking story. The images you conjure breath such life into your work. I really enjoyed this edition of Full of Crow – so many familiar names, so many excellent stories.

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  3. I really don't know what to say after reading this, Erin. Silver tears, the metaphor of the little blue bird, the approaching of the old woman…isn't this what truth does…is? This story is a perfect blend of your strength of voice and delicate (stolen word from Mr. Z) characters. Excellent.ps. Thanks for the props, Erin. It means a lot to me. I have to agree with Laurita, this issue of crow is really great. So many familiar names and great stories. ;)

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  4. Thanks everyone for all your support and great feedback on my story. Barry, I don't think the bird was real – it was more like a metaphor of pain like Jodi mentioned.Over and out;)

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