James Bradley has twice been named as one of the Sydney Morning Herald 's Best Young Australian Novelists and has won the Fellowship of Australian Writers Literature Award, the Kathleen Mitchell Literary Award and has been short-listed for the Miles Franklin Literary Award. His books include Wrack (Vintage, 1997), The Deep Field (Sceptre, 1999), The Resurrectionist (Picador, 2006) and, most recently, Clade (Penguin, 2015). He blogs at cityoftongues.com.

Pieces by James Bradley

The costs of consumption
Edition 63: Writing the Country

Never real and always true
Edition 23: Essentially Creative

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