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Becky Bradway Creative Nonfiction, Fiction, Writer, Editor
Becky Bradway’s collection of short memoir and new journalistic pieces, Pink Houses and Family Taverns, was published by Indiana University Press. Her craft book on creative nonfiction (called, appropriately, Creating Nonfiction) was published by St. Martin’s Press in 2009. Her stories and creative essays have appeared in magazines and anthologies such as Creative Nonfiction, North American Review, Ninth Letter, DoubleTake, Antioch Review, Hotel Amerika, Blackbird, Identity Theory, Post Road, E: The Environmental Magazine, etc. Her creative nonfiction essays and stories have been cited as recommended reading in Best American Essays, Best American Stories, and the Pushcart anthology. Her current project is a novel about the turn-of-the-century writers Vachel Lindsay and Sara Teasdale; her blog about that book can be found at Intothebeautifulnew.tumblr.com. She lives in Denver with husband and dogs and occasionally an adult child who pops in; she is an obsessive listener of all types of music and she spends as much time as possible in the mountains.