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Bandit Fiction Presents… Editors’ Picks Year One

We're very pleased to announce the release of a special edition publication, an issue celebrating those stories which have connected with us most strongly over the last year and a bit. For us, this issue is very much a celebration of everything we've done this past year, and, hopefully modestly, a way of showing off… Continue reading Bandit Fiction Presents… Editors’ Picks Year One


Book of the Month: The Night Circus

♦♦♦ The Night Circus is a curious book that details circus life in a unique way. Set in an imaginative, magical world, author Erin Morgenstern creates a marvelous book that will hook you from the first page. The language is expressive and somewhat playful in parts, taking us on a twisted journey among the pages.… Continue reading Book of the Month: The Night Circus

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Book of the Month: “The Wolf Wilder”

Katherine Rundell - "The Wolf Wilder"   *** The Wolf Wilder, a compelling adaptation of the original classic fairy tale, was a magical story and beautifully written.  Set in the snow-covered wilds of Russia, we live alongside the ‘dark and stormy’ Feodora and the wolves she was raised with. As we begin, we are faced… Continue reading Book of the Month: “The Wolf Wilder”

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Book of the Month: “Puss in Boots”

Hello fellow Readers! As you may know, Bandit Fiction now have their open submissions on the theme of Fairy Tales. We're also introducing our new Book of the Month reviews following this theme, with this month looking at the story of Puss in Boots in Angela Carter's 'The Bloody Chamber' collection. Enjoy and don't forget… Continue reading Book of the Month: “Puss in Boots”

Author Interviews

Interview: Sandra Arnold

Sandra Arnold is an award-winning writer who lives in New Zealand. She has a PhD in Creative Writing from CQ University, Australia. She is the author of a book on parental bereavement, Sing no Sad Songs and two novels, Tomorrow’s Empire and A Distraction of Opposites. Her short stories and essays have been widely published… Continue reading Interview: Sandra Arnold

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Slow and Steady

Hey guys! It's been a little while, hasn't it? I must confess that my life recently has been a little hectic, and I've barely had time to sit down. But, I have a small reprieve here for the week, and therefore I've come to talk about how the society has been going at the moment,… Continue reading Slow and Steady

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Red Tape and Silver Linings

Hey guys! Last time, I spoke to you about the first couple meetings of my society that happened under my "presidency", and the nerves and mild awkwardness that pervaded those meetings. This week, we're going to skip forward a little bit. Truth be told, much of the year as a society was enjoyable, but uneventful.… Continue reading Red Tape and Silver Linings