Luisa the Unforgotten
by Julia Ballerini
Third Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2017
Katie is seated cross legged on the floor in front of a long-lost, battered, military trunk that ... Read More...
What Is Gone
by Christina Sanders
Third Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Flash Fiction 2017
In the darkened gallery, where the mummy lies in gold and glass, she circles her belly, waiting for me... Read More...
There's chaos in my cornflakes
by William Gee
Third Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2017
and I’m hoping you’ll see it
somewhere under all my milk
and perform some kind of
intervention... Read More...
The Clay Baby
by Anne Corlett
Third Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2014
It sometimes felt as though I was marrying his mother, not him at all.
We’d been planning on waiting a whil... Read More...