Scott Bradfield

Scott Bradfield

Scott Michael Bradfield (born 1955) is an American essayist, critic and fiction writer who resides in London, England. He has taught at the University of California and the University of Connecticut and has reviewed for The Times Literary Supplement, Elle, The Observer, Vice and The Independent. He is best known, however, for his short stories, of which he has had four collections published. The 1998 film Luminous Motion, for which he wrote the screenplay, was based on his first novel, The History of Luminous Motion (1989).

Bradfield currently teaches at Kingston University.


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Speculative Fiction Novels (7)
2005  Hot Animal Love: Tales of Modern Romance
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1995  Animal Planet
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1994  What's Wrong with America
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1993  Greetings from Earth
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1990  Dream of the Wolf
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1989  The History of Luminous Motion
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1988  The Secret Life of Houses
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