by Xanthi Barker
Second Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2016
This is how it happens.
She said, “Let’s have a chat. Why don’t we have a chat? You can walk me home and we can... Read More...
Xanthi Barker is 28 and lives in London, where she works as a tutor in maths and English, and is a volunteer youth wellbeing trainer. Her stories have appeared in Litro, Mslexia, the Open Pen Anthology (2016), the Things That Have Happened Flight anthology (Spread the Word, 2012) and been performed at Liar’s League. She won Second Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2016.
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