by Lucy Corkhill
Third Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2016
Alaska, March 1989
Hank’s never told Marlene that the first time he saw her in Bob’s Five and Dime he thought sh... Read More...
Lucy Corkhill works as a journalist and illustrator while writing fiction late at night. Inhabiting wild spaces makes her feel alive and inspires her creativity; she has lived on a 90 year old wooden boat, in a house in the woods, and in an off-grid coastguard cottage perched on the cliffs. She won Third Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2016.
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