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
Joe Butler lives and works in London, but dreams of living and working elsewhere. He spends his time between writing things, as an occasional musician, artist, and avid player of video games. Website: www.writelikeashark.wordpress.com Twitter: @writelikeashark While we're always happy to get the chance to ask a few questions of some of the authors we've published… Continue reading Interview: Joe Butler
Lily is based in Hertfordshire. She graduates in September with first class honours in Media and Creative Writing and received a prize for the highest mark in her programme. Lily writes young adult fiction and is currently seeking representation for a coming of age novel. When she isn’t writing, Lily runs her own business selling handmade gifts… Continue reading Interview: Lily Hawkes
Hi everyone! Today marks the one year anniversary of Bandit Fiction being in existence - one year today the URL for the website was purchased and, as a group, we started inviting visitors into our little publishing world of short fiction. To celebrate this, Bandit's got a few special announcements and offers coming up throughout the day… Continue reading Our First Birthday!
We're very pleased to bring you an interview with Maria Clark, whose story 'Letters of Love' was shortlisted for the Sunderland Short Story Award 2018. You can pick up Maria's story, as well as the other stories shortlisted here. Maria Clark I began writing by accident. The day I could hold a pen to paper… Continue reading Interview: Maria Clark
One of our key goals when starting up was to give extra opportunities to writers in education. As a team, each one of us has studied Creative Writing at University, and so we all know the struggles and the disconnect that there can be between writing for University, and writing as a career and for… Continue reading On Being a Publishing Company for Writers in Education
In the last few months, we've seen levels of interest and submissions much higher than we ever anticipated, and these only show signs of growing. While we're obviously very happy about this, it means that a lot more of our time has been spent reading and reviewing submissions than we'd initially planned. As negatives go,… Continue reading Opportunity: Editor