New Orleans During the End of the World
Cities are beautiful in the rain, but only New Orleans bleeds it.
The New Yorker
Bradley Warshauer's first writing credit was "The Dinosaur War," an epic story set in the Cretaceous Period, the lone copy of which was published as part of a second grade assignment. Later he wrote an untitled space opera by hand in a binder. Still later, he earned an MFA in fiction from Adelphi University.
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