We are Bandit Fiction, a new voice in digital publishing with the goal of offering additional opportunities to new and emerging writers. Entirely not-for-profit and run by a team of passionate volunteers, we try and create a community where writers can grow, learn, engage, and further themselves in whichever and whatever ways they wish.

We’re always trying to try new things and seek out new avenues to engage readers, from releasing podcasts to working with literary awards, and we’re always offering our audience the opportunity to get involved with us and steer us in new and exciting directions.


Featured From The Read More Project

Train Crash by Emily Roberts

She’s meant to be at the movies tonight with Sal and Nancy and Marigold who she doesn’t like. Marigold’s thick as mud and thinks she looks like Barbara Streisand, but she’s ugly as sin. I’m glad she can’t go. It means he won’t have to put me to bed later on. Continue reading Train Crash by Emily Roberts

Plane by Alicia Davies

He took everything away when she passed. Shoved into boxes in the garage. There was only one thing left, a painting of a smiling, rosy lady holding a chocolate bar to her lips. Quite hideous, Mariella, he had often said. They could see it from their bed, where they would lie like two curled up watchdogs. Continue reading Plane by Alicia Davies


From Bandit Fiction Presents…

Rep by Gwenda Major

I can’t deny I got a bit of a shock when I first saw her lying there. Right next to the bins. The rep had been wrapped loosely in an old tarpaulin, but somehow it had fallen open. I pulled the tarp aside a little more and saw that she had one leg bent underneath her body, eyes closed, her uniform intact but smudged with dirt. Continue reading Rep by Gwenda Major


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Episode Twelve- Daddy's Brown Belt, No Particular Place to Go, Our Currency is a Wishing Well The Bandit Fiction Podcast

Episode 12- two more stories and a poem from our archives; "Daddy's Brown Belt", by Edith K. Magak, "No Particular Place to go", by Bonnie Meekums, and "Our Currency is a Wishing Well" by Hadley Dion. Show these works some love, and if you like the podcast or any of the works featured, be sure to share and support them (and us) in whatever ways you feel comfortable.

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