Andrew R. Crow

Resolve, #11, 1998, Flash Fiction Winner.
American Pie, #12, 1998, Flash Fiction Winner.
Nomads, #12, 1998.
1984, #18, 2000.
The Oriental Rat Flea Transmission Path, #19, 2000.
Ashes and Acetate, #20, 2000.
The Last Valentine in Amiens, #21, 2001.
The Millennium Angel, #22, 2001.
Gilead, #22, 2001.

Joseph, #23, 2001.
All My Life My Heart Has Sought
A Thing I Cannot Name
,
#27, 2002.
Sam Clemens Rides a Riverboat
at the South Pole
,
#29, 2003, Hayward Fault Line Winner.
Loss , #31, 2003.
Word Play , #31, 2003.
Eve To An Armageddon , #32, 2003.
Business Plan , #32, 2003.
20 February 1962 , #38, 2005.
Lost Highway , #39, 2005, Hayward Fault Line Winner.
Blaze , #39, 2005.
Prelude To A Mystery , #40, 2005, Flash Fiction Winner.
From The Darkness , #41, 2006.
Metamorphosis , #42, 2006, Flash Fiction Winner.
Pulp Fiction , #43, 2006.
Abandoned , #44, 2006.
Denver, 1 Million A.D. , #45, 2007, Hayward Fault Line Winner.
Tabula Rasa , #45, 2007.
Number Theory, #47, 2007, Dorsal Winner.
Reunion, #49, 2008.
The Man That Was Used Up, #51, 2008.
Consequence, #53, 2009.
Come the Winds, #70, 2013.
Rest Period, #83, 2016.
Breathing in Amber, #84, 2016, Doorknobs Winner.
Love's Passing, #85, 2017.
Andrew R. Crow is a Senior Research Assistant for the Canadian Blood Services in the Transfusion Medicine R&D department and has published over 35 medical research papers, review articles and book chapters dealing with treatments for autoimmune diseases. He was awarded the Ontario Premier's Award for Technology 2006. In his spare time, he writes poetry and fiction which sporadically appear on-line and in print. Andrew's short fiction can be found in the anthology Doorknobs & BodyPaint: Fantastic Flash Fiction. He and his wife Min have two children, Abigail and Alexander, and live in Toronto.
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