Heather Press was kind enough to publish “How To Burn A Bridge Job Aid”. This is part of my job aid project where I use the principles of Information Mapping to create job aids on abstract concepts. You can check it out here.
This Zine Will Change Your Life published an excerpt of my novella-in-flash, which you can check out here.
I got some really terrific blurbs for The Adventures of Jesus Christ, Boy Detective (Pelekinesis, 2016). Check them out below.
You still have until April 22 to enter a Goodreads giveaway to win a free copy of my flash fiction chapbook, No More Stories About The Moon. You can enter it here. If you don’t want to wait to see if you might win a free copy, you can order your own copy through Lucky Bastard Press over here.
I just finished reading Jane Liddle’s Murder (421 Atlanta). It’s a collection of flash fiction that all involve murder. The flash is so tight and well constructed and the murders that occur in each one are truly unpredictable. It’s one of my favorite reads this year. Here’s one of the stories from the collection that was published in Cheap Pop. You
can should order a copy of Murder here.
And finally, DUM DUM ZINE recently shared one of my Yelp review pieces they published a while back. You can read that one over here.
I have some new flash fiction over at Sick Lit Magazine. You can read it here.
I have an excerpt from my novella-in-flash in progress up on TXTOBJX. You can read it here.
I have a new piece of flash fiction, “Mystagogy”, up today in the latest issue of The Molotov Cocktail. This started off as a draft for my Neil project that turned into something else in my last flash fiction workshop class. You can read the story here and then you can check out the rest of the issue.
I made this book trailer for my forthcoming flash fiction chapbook, No More Stories About The Moon coming out this April through Lucky Bastard Press. If you like what you watched, please pre-order it here.
This is the new online home of J. Bradley. In the coming days, you’ll get to see what this new home will fully look like, but for now, enjoy the skeletal frame.