My friend Darin Bradley, whom I interviewed a little more than a year ago about his (very cool!) novel Noise, has a piece of experimental fiction in the inaugural issue of Coffinmouth. It’s pretty cool — the story and the `zine. Go read it.
My friend Darin Bradley has had a very, very good year. His debut novel, the apocalyptic Noise, has garnered a great deal of praise and recognition since its release early this fall, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all. Now, at the end of the year, Noise is starting to turn upContinue reading “The end is near: Darin’s Bradley’s “Noise””
Darin Bradley‘s apocalyptic novel Noise hit bookshelves, both physical and virtual, today. So I thought I’d ask Darin a few questions about his novel, the apocalypse, and writing in general. The resulting e-mail conversation, which has spanned the past few weeks, has turned out to be very long, which is a good thing, because DarinContinue reading “Interview with Darin Bradley, author of Noise”
A friend of mine is releasing his first novel in a couple of weeks, an apocalyptic novel called Noise. I haven’t read it yet, but by all accounts, it’s awesome. (I have read the teaser text on the publisher’s website–it certainly looks awesome!) Darin and I are bouncing back and forth on an interview aboutContinue reading “Noise, by Darin Bradley”