Quick Temper with Dom Bradley


Dominic Bradley (pronouns: they/them/theirs) is a writer, mixed-media artist, performer, and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Identity is a central theme in their work. Known for their personal essays, Dominic has been published on such platforms as HuffPost, The Body Is Not an Apology, and Rest for Resistance. Most recently, Dominic was a Teaching Assistant for Roots. Wounds. Words. Currently, Dominic is planning to cross over into fiction writing. Connect with Dominic on Facebook (facebook.com/domcbradley), IG (@domdoesdreams), or via email at domdoesdreams@gmail.com.

Why do you write? 

I’m a voracious reader. I’ve always read to understand other people, but I write to understand myself.

Who do you hope reads your work?

I write for anyone who needs confirmation that their feelings are valid.

Where does the anger in your work come from? How does it manifest?

It comes from my gut. From my pores. It claws its way out of my brain. Sometimes it’s a slap. Sometimes it’s more subtle.

Angry book recommendations for angry readers?

And the Band Played On by Randy Shilts

At the Dark End of the Street by Danielle L. McGuire

Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich

Dom Bradley will be reading with An Angry Reading Series on November 16! Come through.

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