Darin C. Bradley holds an M.A. in Literature and Literary Criticism and a Ph.D. in English Literature Theory. When not pursuing independent scholarship in the fields of cognitive theory and experimental speculative fiction, he edits fiction for Farrago's Wainscot and poetry and literary fiction for Drollerie Press—he is co-publisher of Behind the Wainscot and co-founder of Farrago Press. Additionally, he does work in cover design and illustration.
Darin's fiction has appeared in or is forthcoming from Electric Velocipede, Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy, 3:AM Magazine, Diet Soap, Bewildering Stories, Polyphony 6, and The Porch. His critical work has appeared in or is forthcoming from The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, Strange Horizons, The Internet Review of Science Fiction, and Membra Disjecta.
- "All the Blue in the Mirror," Electric Velocipede (forthcoming).
- Sleepwalker, Drollerie Press (forthcoming).
- "Hotels and Other Forms of Collapse," 3:AM Magazine. November 2007.
- "The Basement, Borges," Diet Soap #1.
- "They Would Only Be Roads," Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy, E. Sedia, ed. Senses Five Press (forthcoming).
- "The Caprock Resistance," Bewildering Stories. December, 2006.
- "Two," Scribe Revolution, Vol. II: Virology. Scribe Agency, 2006.
- "Boom," "Eucharist," "Slipstring," Scribe Revolution, Vol. I: Fermented Fiction. Scribe Agency, 2005.
- "Afterglow," The Porch, Vol. I, Issue 3. September, 2005.
- "The Self-Weird World: Problems of Being as the Fantastic Invasion in Contemporary, Small-press, Speculative Fiction," The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts (forthcoming).
- "The Magic Mundane: Re-Examining the Supernatural in Marion Zimmer Bradley's The Mists of Avalon," The Internet Review of Science Fiction. February, 2008.
- "Interview: Barth Anderson," Strange Horizons. 1 May 2006.
- "Interview: Al Brilliant," The Porch, Vol. I, Issue 1. October, 2004.
- "Interview: Jason Erik Lundberg," Behind the Wainscot #1 January, 2007.
- "Hieratics," Abyss & Apex #23.
- "Arrow," Astropoetica (forthcoming)