Poetry at Sangam




John Bradley is the author of six books of poetry, parables, and aphorisms.  His most recent book, And Thereby, imagines Billy the Kid imagining Henry the Ford.  His poetry has appeared in American Poetry Review, Calibanonline, Diagram, Kerf, Lake Effect, and other journals.  He’s the recipient of a Pushcart Prize in poetry and two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships; he teaches at Northern Illinois University. He lives in DeKalb, Illinois, with his wife, Jana, and their cats, Kiki and Zuzu.

Poems by John Bradley

The Right to Not Be Forgotten

Open, My Eyes

The Aesthetics of Fear

The Stigmata of Philip K. Dick

Beyond Good and Evil

This Is Not a Registry