Bare Fiction Prize 2017 - Short Story Entry
Short Story Judge: Adam O’Riordan
Adam O’Riordan received an Eric Gregory award in 2008 and, in that same year, became the youngest Poet-in-Residence at The Wordsworth Trust, the Centre for British Romanticism. His first collection, In the Flesh (Chatto and Windus), won a Somerset Maugham Award in 2011. His second collection, A Herring Famine (Chatto & Windus) was published in early 2017 as was his debut book of stories, The Burning Ground (Bloomsbury Publishing). He is Academic Director of the Manchester Writing School and Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing (Poetry).
- Maximum 3000 words
- 1st Prize: £500
- 2nd Prize: £200
- 3rd Prize: £100
- 2 x Highly Commended: £25 each
Deadline: October 31st 2017
£2 entry discount for magazine subscribers.
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