April Bradley is from Goodlettsville, Tennessee and lives with her family on the Connecticut shoreline near New Haven, Connecticut. Her fiction has been twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize as well as the Best of the Net Anthology. She has a Master’s in Ethics from Yale University, a BA in Philosophy and a BA in Women’s and Gender Studies from Eckerd College, and studied Philosophy and Theology as a post-graduate Rotary Scholar at Cambridge University. Her writing has appeared in CHEAP POP, Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal, Hypertrophic Literary, Narratively, NANO Fiction, Smokelong Quarterly’s “Why Flash Fiction” Series, and Thrice Fiction, among others. She serves as a judge for Bartleby Snopes Literary Magazine’s annual Dialogue Only Contest and is a submissions editor at SmokeLong Quarterly. Find her on Twitter at @april_bradley.

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