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Bare Lit
Kavita Bhanot
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Brain Mill Press
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A fiction and poetry anthology in support of the Bare Lit Festival, showcasing award-winning British authors of color.

In 2016, a group of UK authors of color founded the Bare Lit Festival: the first ever literary and author festival featuring only UK writers of color. Bare Lit collects short stories and poetry by literary luminaries whose work represents the values and mission of the festival. Edited by Kavita Bhanot, editor of Too Asian, Not Asian Enough, Courttia Newland, author of The Gospel According to Cane, and Bare Lit Festival cofounder Mend Mariwany, all proceeds of this anthology go toward direct support of the Bare Lit Festival for authors of color.

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Kavita Bhanot is a writer, editor, teacher, activist based between India and England. Her fiction, nonfiction, and reviews have been published widely in anthologies, magazines, journals, newspapers, and online forums, including Media Diversified, Round Table India, and The Independent. Her short stories have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4. She is editor of the anthology Too Asian, Not Asian Enough (Tindal Street Press 2011) and the forthcoming Book of Birmingham (Comma Press, 2017). She has a PhD from Manchester University in Creative Writing and Literature, has taught at Manchester University and Fordham University, and is a reader and mentor with The Literary Consultancy.

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