by Claire Collison
Highly Commended in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2016
That was the summer you learned
there was a point to eyelashes,
and that having cancer didn’t
make yo... Read More...
by P.C. Evans
Whether writhing on a dormitory bed
In this cheap hotel
With a Medusan flapper
With her pubic lice
And a quarter of cocaine
Or staggering through the gutter
Transfix... Read More...
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This is the third year of running the Bare Fiction Prize and once again our first, second and third p... Read More...
by Miranda Peake
You take me on a tour of women –
we start with sisters, blue and grey they bleed
into each other. Cardigan arms loosely painted
over shoulders, they lean in and talk ab... Read More...
Issue 8 Contents
Bare Fiction Magazine Issue 8
Poetry | Fiction | Theatre
Published September 9th 2016
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