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Bradford Morrow

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Bradford Morrow has lived for the past thirty years in New York City and rural upstate New York, though he grew up in Colorado and lived and worked in a variety of places in between. While in his mid-teens, he traveled through rural Honduras as a member of the Amigos de las Americas program, serving as a medical volunteer in the summer of 1967. The following year he was awarded an American Field Service scholarship to finish his last year of high school as a foreign exchange student at a Liceo Scientifico in Cuneo, Italy. In 1973, he took time off from studying at the University of Colorado to live in Paris for a year. After doing graduate work on a Danforth Fellowship at Yale University, he moved to Santa Barbara, California, to work as a ...more

Save the Date! PRAGUE SONATA Book Tour Schedule

Bradford Morrow's long awaited The Prague Sonatawill publish on October 3, 2017. Join him at one of his scheduled readings around the country:October 2, 4:45 pmWeis Cinema, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NYIn conversation with Mary Caponegro, author of All Fall DownOctober 3, 7:00 PMStrand Bookstore, New York, NY In conversation with Diane Ackerman, author of The Zookeeper's WifeOctober 9, 5:0 Read more of this blog post »
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“Names are doors to ideas”
Bradford Morrow, The Diviner's Tale

“How often do we use other people as screens upon which to project our obsessions? Our discontents, dreams, desires, and fears? Well, I always thought, often enough that its a wonder the whole waking world isn't simply viewed as an endless improvised film. One with as many screenwriters, producers, and directors as there are actors”
Bradford Morrow, The Diviner's Tale

“If, as Emerson wrote, every word was once an idea, every cliché was once a revelation.”
Bradford Morrow, The Forgers

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