by C.G. Menon
Winner of the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2016
“Excited, Shalini?” Dilip shifts up a gear and all the ghosts crowded into the back seat rock together and nod their in... Read More...
by Peter Jordan
Winner of the Bare Fiction Prize for Flash Fiction 2016
Following an argument with my wife I’ve booked myself into this hotel. The room is booked for two nights; I may stay l... Read More...
by Gaia Holmes
First Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2016
It’s a dull, wet
from the dead tonight
and we have used up
all our candles.
Today, al... Read More...
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...
Some Nights, Like Tonight
by Conor Houghton
Second Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Flash Fiction 2016
Some nights, like tonight, I get a stretchy feeling inside. I feel that my feet are odd and... Read More...
Issue 9 Contents
Bare Fiction Magazine Issue 9
Poetry | Fiction | Theatre
Published April 27th 2017
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