Author Archives: Brentley Frazer

Brentley Frazer

Poet/Writer from Australia

Forced Hiatus

Until further notice Bareknuckle Poet is in a forced hiatus. This is by no means a fold . . . we play long games and don’t wear gloves.

-the Eds.


Spree: a poem by Ian McBryde

LIVE BROADCAST LAUNCH – Travel Under Any Star by Venero Armanno


TONIGHT @ 06:30 pm Bareknuckle Books launch our latest release Travel Under Any Star: stories by Venero Armanno at Avid Reader bookshop in West End, Brisbane. Travel Under Any Star is being welcomed to the world by Susan Johnson and the Eds. of Bareknuckle Books. Come on down and get yourself a copy hot off the press, Venero Armanno will be signing! If you can’t make it watch the live broadcast. Click the banner above, HERE – the Periscope button up top of the right hand column or watch on our twitter stream @bareknucklepoet

Thanks for reading Bareknuckle Poet
The eds.

The West Gate: a poem by Ian McBryde

Back in 2017

rimbaudwritingDue to a perfect storm of commitments Bareknuckle Poet Journal of Letters will resume publishing on a regular basis February 2017.

Visit Bareknuckle Books to keep up-to-date with our latest print titles.

Order Anthology 1+2 or visit the home of Bareknuckle Books at TITLE Bookshop 1/133A Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101 and pick up a copy today.

Keep your eye on our blog and our facebook page for updates, discounts and news

Thanks for reading

the eds.


COMING SOON: Bareknuckle Poet Anthology Volume 002

Bareknuckle Poet Anthology VOLUME002

World Poetry Day Guest Blog

Bareknuckle Poet 12 monthly stats


In the interests of transparency, and because we are an open access journal, we share with our readers and patrons the yearly reader statistics of Bareknuckle Poet.

In the past 12 months we have had 1279985 hits, which breaks down as follows.

We served 358002 pages to a total of 132966 unique (individual) readers.

That’s about 400 readers a day (average).

In the scheme of things, we are micro-plankton swimming with groupers and whales, but really, not bad for an independent journal publishing for the love of literature.



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