“Work Is What I Know”: An Interview With Ryan W. Bradley

Ryan W. Bradley‘s fiction can be as intense and haunting as the stark Alaskan landscapes that frequently serve as its backdrop. Many of the stories in Nothing But the Dead and Dying feature characters pushed to their limit, facing insurmountable conflicts or the collapse of something they’ve held dear. At the heart of his earlier novel Winterswim was a massively screwed-up father-son dynamic, running alongside a narrative of obsession and murder. I talked with Bradley about the role of place […]

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