Awards: K Blundell Trust Award winner, Saboteur Award winner, Gladstone Writers in Residency Scheme shortlisted, Willesden Herald Prize shortlisted
SJ Bradley is a writer from Leeds, UK. She is a K Blundell Trust Award winner and a Saboteur Award winner, for her work as editor on Remembering Oluwale (Valley Press). Her short fiction has been published in the US & UK including by Comma Press (Conradology and Protest II) and Queen Mobs magazine, and in 2013 she was shortlisted for the Willesden Herald Prize for her short story, ‘Dance Class’. She is director of the Northern Short Story Festival, fiction editor at Strix magazine and her novel, Guest, is out now, available from Dead Ink Books.
‘A tightly honed work of dirty realism with convincing characters and richly developed settings, Guest is an entertaining and life-affirming work with important things to say about protest, resilience and the idea that “successful” living depends on an ability to share in the lives of others.’ Andy Hedgecock, The Morning Star.
Guest, out now on Dead Ink Books