Bradley Bazzle

Bradley Bazzle


Bradley Bazzle is the author of the story collection Fathers of Cambodian Time-Travel Science, forthcoming from C&R Press, and the novel Trash Mountain, which won the Red Hen Press Fiction Award, judged by Steve Almond. His short stories have won the Tim McGinnis Award for humor from The Iowa Review, the Jaimy Gordon Prize from Third Coast, and special mention in Pushcart Prize XLII. Other stories and miscellany can be found in The Missouri Review, New England Review, Epoch, Fiction Daily, Copper Nickel, Beloit Fiction Journal, and Bad Penny Review, among others.

A native of Dallas, Texas, Bradley left home to study at Yale, where he wrote obscure
plays. He spent the next few years in New York City, writing and performing sketch comedy with Trophy Dad. He did graduate work in creative writing at Indiana University (MFA), where his thesis advisor was Tony Ardizzone, and at the University of Georgia (PhD), where he worked with Reg McKnight and Judith Ortiz Cofer. Bradley has taught writing at the University of Georgia, Indiana University, IU Lifelong Learning, and the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. Today he lives with his wife and daughter in Athens, Georgia.