I will attend Readercon in Quincy, Massachusetts, July 11-14. Look for me on special-interest panels “What Does Authenticity Look Like?” and “Latinx Authors Tear Down the Wall.”
My short story “Revival” is forthcoming in Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
My debut novel, Exile, will debut on Memorial Day weekend at WisCon, the feminist science fiction convention in Madison, WI. Official release date is June 4, 2019.
I am the poetry editor for Uncanny’s special issue, Disabled People Destroy Fantasy! Submissions open Jan 15 and close Feb 28. Visit Uncanny’s guidelines page for more info.
July 2018: I’ve set up a Ko-fi account. You can support my work for the price of a coffee! Also, my story “Tia Abuela’s Face, Ten Ways” has been accepted for publication in the forthcoming anthology The Latinx Archive: Speculative Fiction for Dreamers.
May 25-28, 2018: I’ll be attending WisCon in Madison, WI. Look for me on panels about Villainesses & Antiheroines and Stigma & Neuroatypicality on Friday, and the first-ever Disabled People of Color panel on Saturday.
March 2018: “By the Mother’s Trunk” now live at Fireside Fiction. This short story about an elephant named Tillie is based on an event in St. Louis history.
August 2017: poem “Strandbeest Dreams,” cowritten with José M. Jimenez, now available in Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation.
October 21, 2016: Sirens conference in Denver, CO. Presented “How to Read a Poem.”
November 6, 2015: New poems in Uncanny Magazine and Interfictions. Click on the “Selected Poetry and Fiction” tab for links.
October 2, 2015: Sirens conference in Denver, CO. Presented “The Pen Is the Sword: Sara Estela Ramirez, the Revolutionary as Poet.” My poem “The Skin-Walker’s Wife” appears in the Queers Destroy Horror! special issue of Nightmare Magazine. Also, my poem “Levity” is now available to read at Through the Gate.
March 23, 2015: Nebula-nominated author, editor of Goblin Fruit, and NPR reviewer Amal El-Mohtar reviewed The Haunted Girl for Lightspeed magazine:
“There is a theme, throughout the collection, of false prisons and false escapes, reflections on who and where one is and where one’s going. … at the collection’s core: resistance to norms, to imposition, be they of language, sexuality, or mortality. There is a sharpness, a sting to most of these poems, of the kind that makes you hiss and then seek it out again. I loved the collection’s bilingualism, both in the presence of Spanish and the musings on being between languages, on the thermodynamics of translation…”
December 5, 2014: Author and translator David Bowles reviewed The Haunted Girl for my hometown newspaper, The Monitor: “Bradley possesses a real gift for language and unflinching insight into the best and worst of human nature.” At Stone Telling, editor and author Alex Dally MacFarlane has also reviewed the collection.
10/11/2014: The Mythic Delirium anthology is now available for purchase on Amazon. Mythic Delirium volume 1 includes my creepy Southern Gothic poem “Backbone of the Home.” Publisher’s Weekly gave the book a starred review and said: “This anthology is a winner from cover to cover.”
9/4/2014: The Haunted Girl is now available for purchase from Aqueduct Press.