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Bare Fiction Magazine Issue 11 – July 2018

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Bare Fiction Magazine Issue 11

Published: 6th July 2018

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Bare Fiction Magazine Issue 11

Published: 6th July 2018

Poetry from Paul Stephenson, Jenna Clake, William Griggs, Meliz Ergin, Tim Conley, Beth McDonough, Sarah Marina, Kadie Newman, Georgie Newson, Steve Kendall, Ailsa Holland, Jake Capmbell, Jessica Mookherjee, Melanie Branton, Martin Malone, Richard Lewis, William Stephenson, Cheryl Pearson, Natalie Crick, Caroline Stewart, Bethany Rivers.

Fiction from Wendy W. Ralph, Eluned Gramich, Christina Sanders, Sarah Brooks, Clare Weze, Julia Ballerini, Jay Merill.

Theatre from Michaela Jeffery, Marcelo Dos Santos.

64 pages of brand new writing.

Cover Image:  © Artur Tavares

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Weight .35 kg
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2054-1511 (PRINT) | 2054-152X (ONLINE/DIGITAL)

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A4 (297mm x 210mm)

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FSC Mix 70%

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Short Story: Sandgrown by Sarah Brooks

Sandgrown by Sarah Brooks First Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2017 We are grown from the dunes and the marram grass, the bladderwrack and mermaid’s purses. Grown on candyfloss and coltsfoot rock, swaddled by windbreaks, sand in our teeth, sand pattening our lungs, sand beneath our feet in the bathroom and […]

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Flash Fiction: Growing Things by Wendy W. Ralph

Growing Things by Wendy W. Ralph First Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Flash Fiction 2017 In the desert, our neighbors landscaped with rock poured into simple patterns. An aggressive cactus or two usually guarded corners and waited to claim rouge soccer balls. Our lush yard, however, and the gentle “Shh…Shh…Shh” of the yellow […]

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Poetry: Letters to Brazil by Paul Stephenson

Letters to Brazil by Paul Stephenson Joint First Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2017   Letters to Brazil won Joint First Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2017, as chosen by Wayne Holloway-Smith. This poem was first published in Bare Fiction Magazine Issue 11 – July 2018.  

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Short Story: The Old Rehearsal Rooms by Clare Weze

The Old Rehearsal Rooms by Clare Weze Second Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2017 The building is tall, old and stately, like a narrow museum. It stands apart from the others in the row and slightly behind, as if it disapproves. Downstairs is now a wine bar, but the whole place […]

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Flash Fiction: On the Night the T4 Visa Student Invites Me Back by Eluned Gramich

On the Night the T4 Visa Student Invites Me Back by Eluned Gramich Second Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Flash Fiction 2017 He opens the door to his room, clears the pile of clothes from his one chair.  Please sit, he says.  My friend has come a long way. He has crossed oceans, […]

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Poetry: Wooden doll, total being by Jenna Clake

Wooden doll, total being by Jenna Clake Joint First Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2017 Wooden doll, total being won Joint First Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2017, as chosen by Wayne Holloway-Smith. This poem was first published in Bare Fiction Magazine Issue 11 – July 2018.

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Short Story: Luisa the Unforgotten by Julia Ballerini

Luisa the Unforgotten by Julia Ballerini Third Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2017 Katie is seated cross legged on the floor in front of a long-lost, battered, military trunk that was recently delivered to her Manhattan apartment. She slides out a flat envelope: PERU PICTURES. Please, Oh God, please God let […]

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Flash Fiction: What Is Gone by Christina Sanders

What Is Gone by Christina Sanders Third Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Flash Fiction 2017 In the darkened gallery, where the mummy lies in gold and glass, she circles her belly, waiting for me to say something. Anything. A word. I think of fleas, mosquitos, spiders, slugs, snails, beetles I can’t even name, […]

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Poetry: There’s chaos in my cornflakes by William Griggs

There’s chaos in my cornflakes by William Griggs Third Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2017 and I’m hoping you’ll see it somewhere under all my milk and perform some kind of intervention if things become too much to swallow I’m hoping you’ll touch my hand at the summit of each spoonful and check […]

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