The Forgers.
New York: Mysterious Press/Grove Atlantic, 2014.
Prague, Czech Republic: Euromedia, Czech translation. 2014.

The Diviner’s Tale.
New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (an Otto Penzler Book), 2011.
London: Atlantic Books (Corvus), 2011.
Prague, Czech Republic: Euromedia, Czech translation. 2011.
Rio de Janiero: Editora Record, Portuguese translation, 2011.
Rome: Elliot edizioni, 2011. Italian translation.
Audiobook, Blackstone Audio, 2011.

Ariel's Crossing.
New York: Viking, 2002.
Paperback edition, New York: Penguin, 2003.

Giovanni's Gift.
New York: Viking, 1997.
Paperback edition, New York: Penguin, 1998.
Audiobook, Los Angeles: The Publishing Mills, 1997.
Audiobook unabridged, Books-on-Tape, 1998.
London: HarperCollins, June 1997.
Berlin: Berlin Verlag, August 1997. German translation.
Paperback, Munich: Goldmann/Bertelsmann, 1999.
Paris: Editions Calmann-Levy, 1998. French translation.

Trinity Fields.
New York: Viking, 1995.
Paperback edition, New York: Penguin, March 1996; reissue, June 2002.
London: HarperCollins, 1995; paperback, London: Flamingo, 1996.
Berlin: Berlin Verlag, 1996. German translation.
Paperback, Munich: Goldmann/Bertelsmann, 1998.

The Almanac Branch.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1991.
Paperback edition, Norton, 1992.
Poznan: Zysk I S-ka, 1998. Polish translation.

Come Sunday.
New York: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988.
Paperback edition, New York: Collier, 1990.
Second paperback edition, New York: Penguin, 1996.

Short Fiction:

The Nature of My Inheritance.
New York: Mysterious Bookshop,
Bibliomystery Series #19, 2014
Short Fiction:

The Uninnocent
New York: Pegasus Books, 2011.

Fall of the Birds
E-book, New York: Open Road Media, 2011
Kindle Single,

Illustrated Books:

Didn't Didn't Do It.
New York: Putnam, 2007. Illustrated by Gahan Wilson.

A Bestiary.
New York: Grenfell Press, 1991. With original illustrations by eighteen contemporary artists, including Gregory Amenoff, Joe Andoe, James Brown, Vija Celmins, Louisa Chase, Eric Fischl, Jan Hashey, Michael Hurson, Mel Kendrick, James Nares, Ellen Phelan, Joel Shapiro, Kiki Smith, David Storey, Michelle Stuart, Richard Tuttle, Trevor Winkfield, and Robin Winters.


After a Charme. 
New York: Grenfell Press, 1984.

The Preferences. 
New York: Grenfell Press, 1983. 

Danae's Progress. 
San Francisco: Cadmus Editions, 1982. 

Santa Barbara: Cadmus Editions, 1982.

Passing from the Provinces.
Santa Barbara: Cadmus Editions, 1981.

Works in progress:

The Prague Sonata, a novel.

Meditations on a Shadow, selected essays.


Inevitable: Contemporary Writers Confront Death. Co-edited with David Shields.
New York: W. W. Norton, forthcoming February 2011. Essays by Geoff Dyer, Annie Dillard, David Gates, Peter Straub, Robin Hemley, Melissa Pritchard, Robert Clark, Mark Doty, Kyoto Mori, Lance Olsen, Brenda Hillman, Christopher Sorrentino, Joyce Carol Oates, Diane Ackerman, Jo Ann Beard, Margo Jefferson, Greg Bottoms, Kevin Baker, Jonathan Safran Foer, and Sallie Tisdale.

Conjunctions, Bi-Annual Volumes of New Writing. Founded and edited by Bradford Morrow.
Annandale: Bard College, 1981-present. 63 volumes to date. Circa 20,000 pages of work by some 1000 novelists, poets, playwrights, essayists, and other artists. Also, editor of Web Conjunctions.

The Complete Poems of Kenneth Rexroth. Co-edited with Sam Hamill.
Port Townsend: Copper Canyon, 2002.
Los Angeles Times Book of the Year.

The New Gothic. Co-edited with Patrick McGrath.
New York: Random House, 1991.
Book-of-the-Month Club alternate selection and Quality Paperback Book Guild selection.
Paperback, New York: Vintage, 1992.
London: Picador, 1992; paperback edition, London: Pan, 1994.
Frankfurt: S. Fischer Verlag, 1993. German translation.
Barcelona: Edicione Minotauro, 1993. Spanish translation.
Tokyo: Fukutake Shoten, 1993. Japanese translation.
Milan: Mondadori, 1996. Italian translation.

More Classics Revisited, by Kenneth Rexroth. Edited and introduced by Bradford Morrow.
New York: New Directions, 1989.

Thirty-six Poems of Tu Fu, translated by Kenneth Rexroth. 
Edited and introduced by Bradford Morrow.
New York/Zurich: Peter Blum Editions, 1987.  With etchings by Brice Marden.

The Houses of Children, by Coleman Dowell.
Postscript by Bradford Morrow.
New York: Weindenfeld & Nicolson, 1988.

World Outside the Window: Selected Essays of Kenneth Rexroth. 
Edited and introduced by Bradford Morrow.
New York: New Directions, 1987.
Los Angeles Times Book of the Year.

Classics Revisited, by Kenneth Rexroth.
Edited and introduced by Bradford Morrow.
New York: New Directions, 1986.
Book-of-the-Month Club alternate selection.

The Selected Poems of Kenneth Rexroth.
Edited and introduced by Bradford Morrow.
New York: New Directions, 1984.


Scholarly books:

A Bibliography of the Black Sparrow Press.
Co-written with Seamus Cooney. Introduction by Robert Kelly.
Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1979.

A Bibliography of the Writings of Wyndham Lewis. 
Co-written with Bernard Lafourcade.  Introduction by Hugh Kenner.
Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1978.

Selected Contributions to Anthologies:

The Big Book of Christmas Mysteries.
New York: Vintage, 2013.
Edited by Otto Penzler.
Includes story “The Uninnocent.”

New Jersey Noir.
New York: Akashic Books, 2011.
Edited by Joyce Carol Oates.
Includes story "The Enigma of Grover's Mill."

Best American Noir of the Century.
New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010.
Edited by James Ellroy and Otto Penzler.
Includes story “The Hoarder.”

Chronotopes & Dioramas.
New York: DIA Art Foundation, 2010.
Edited by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Karen Kelly.
Includes essay “A Wild Bookery: Nine Reflections.”

River of Words: Portraits of Hudson Valley Writers.
Albany: Excelsior Editions, State University of New York Press, 2010.
Edited by Nina Shengold. Photographs by Jennifer May.
Includes essay/interview about Morrow and photographic portrait.

Poe’s Children.
New York: Doubleday, 2008.
Edited by Peter Straub.
Includes short story “Gardener of Heart.”

Paraspheres: Fabulist and New Fabulist Stories.
Richmond: Omnidawn, 2006.
Edited by Rusty Morrison and Ken Keegan.
Includes short story “Gardener of Heart.”

Murder in the Rough.
New York: Warner Books/Mysterious Press, 2006.
Edited by Otto Penzler.
Includes short story “The Hoarder.”

The O'Henry Prize Stories, 2003.
New York: Anchor Books, 2003.
Edited by Laura Furman.
Includes short story "Lush."

Pushcart Prize XXVII.
Wainscott, New York: Pushcart, 2003.
Edited by Bill Henderson.
Includes short story "Amazing Grace" which was also shortlisted for the O'Henry Prize, 2002.

A Convergence of Birds.
New York: Distributed Art Publishers, 2001.
Edited by Jonathan Safran Foer.
Includes short story "For Brother Robert."

Searching For Your Soul.
New York: Schocken, 1999.
Edited by Katherine Kurs.
Includes essay "Meditations on a Shadow."

San Francisco: ArtSpace, 1998.
Anthology of writings by Morrow, Joyce Carol Oates, Rick Moody, Darcy Steincke, with photographs by Gregory Crewdson.
Includes short story “A Different Kind of Arbor.”

The Norton Anthology of Love.
New York: Norton, 1997.
Edited by Diane Ackerman.
Includes excerpt from The Almanac Branch.

Bomb/Speak: Writers in Conversation.
New York: Gordon & Breech, 1997.
Includes interview with Morrow conducted by Jim Lewis, published in Bomb magazine, 1994.

The Place Within: Portraits of the American Landscape by Twenty Contemporary Writers.
New York: Norton, 1996.
Edited by Jodi Daynard.
Includes essay "The Journey to Trinity."

The Literary Insomniac.
New York: Doubleday, 1996.
Edited by Elyse Cheney.
Includes essay "The Night Watch."

Communion: Contemporary Writers Reveal the Bible in Their Lives.
New York: Anchor, 1996.
Edited by David Rosenberg.
Includes essay "Meditations on a Shadow."

The Future of Fiction.
Normal: The Review of Contemporary Fiction, 1995.
Edited by David Foster Wallace.
Includes essay "Rivages Roses for Niels Bohr."

Blast III.
Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1989.
Edited by Seamus Cooney.
Includes essay "History of an Unapologetic Apologia."

Periodical Publications:

The Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, The Village Voice, The Paris Review, New Directions Anthology of Prose and Poetry, American Book Review, Ontario Review, Die Zeit, Ploughshares, Denver Quarterly, Black Clock, Conjunctions and numerous others.

About Bradford Morrow:

The Review of Contemporary Fiction, Bradford Morrow Issue.
Normal: Dalkey Archive, Spring, 2000. Edited by Jonathan Safran Foer.
Essays on Morrow's work by Foer, Sven Birkerts, Robert Creeley, Maureen Howard, Joanna Scott, Forrest Gander, Brian Evenson, Rikki Ducornet, Paul West, Patrick McGrath, Peter Gizzi,William T. Vollmann and others.

Awards and Grants:

2007 Guggenheim Fellowship in fiction
2007 PEN/Nora Magid Award, for excellence in editing a literary journal
2003 Winner, The O'Henry Prize, for "Lush"
1999 Bard Research Council Grant for Ariel's Crossing
1998 Academy Award in Literature, American Academy of Arts and Letters
1996 Los Angeles Times Book Award finalist for Trinity Fields
1995 Lannan Foundation Continuation Grant, Fiction
1992 Finalist for PEN/Faulkner Award for The Almanac Branch
   The Almanac Branch, VLS 25 Best Books of the Year
1989 New York Foundation for the Arts Grant, Fiction
1988 CCLM Editor's Award for Conjunctions
1984 CCLM Editor's Award for Conjunctions
1988 General Electric Foundation Younger Writer's Award as editor of Conjunctions

Professional Positions:

Professor of Literature and Bard Center Fellow, Bard College, 1990-present
PEN American Center, member 1995-present
PEN American Center, Chairman of PEN Forums Committee, 1996-2002
PEN American Center, Board of Trustees, 1998-2002
Visiting Lecturer, Writing Program, Princeton University, 1996-1997
Visiting Lecturer, Writing Program, Columbia University, 1994, 1995, 1997
Writer-in-Residence, Brown University, 1994
Faculty, Naropa Institute, 1995
Literary Executor of Kenneth Rexroth, 1982-present

Selected Readings and Lectures:

Readings and lectures given at the following: Robert E. Knoll Lecture at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Brooklyn Book Festival, Brown University, Chicago Public Library (Willa Cather Keynote Address sponsored by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Yale University, University of Miami, Ohio State University, New York University, Bard College, S.U.N.Y. Buffalo, Naropa Institute, University of California at San Diego/Santa Barbara, University of New Mexico, Simon's Rock of Bard College, Temple University, McNeese State University, Rhode Island School of Design, University of Colorado, New School University, Edith Blum Art Institute, Shippensburg State College, New York University, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, S.U.N.Y. Rochester, Intuflo Phoenix Gallery, Poet's House (New York), St. John the Divine, Teachers and Writers' Collaborative, Brentano's New York, Barnes & Noble (New York), Shakespeare & Co. (New York), KGB (New York), Ear Inn (New York), Chapters Bookstore (Washington), Elliott Bay Book Company (Seattle), Powell's Bookstore (Portland), Cody's Books (Berkeley), Carroll's Bookstore (San Francisco), Beyond Baroque (Los Angeles), Esmeralda Books (San Diego), The Book Room (Santa Fe), Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), The Hungry Mind (St. Paul), The Loft (Minneapolis), Borders Bookstore (Philadelphia), Tattered Cover (Denver), Boulder Bookstore (Boulder), Books & Books (Miami), Borders (Philadelphia), A Clean Well-Lighted Place (San Francisco), Black Oak Books (Berkeley), Page One (Alburquerque), Prairie Lights Books (Iowa City), Barbara's Bookstore (Chicago), The Kitchen (New York), Folger Shakespeare Library (Washington), Ecole Normal Superior (Paris), and elsewhere. USIA America Houses in Vienna, Bonn, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin.


Selected Radio and Television Interviews:

NPR, All Things Considered. Interview about Ariel’s Crossing, 2003.
Denver Public Television. Interview about Ariel’s Crossing, 2003.
San Francisco Public Radio. Interview about Giovanni’s Gift, 1997.
Oregon Public Radio. Interview about Giovanni’s Gift, 1997.
WNYC, National Public Radio. Leonard Lopate show. Interview about Trinity Fields, 1995.
Wisconson Public Radio, "To the Best of Our Knowledge," interviewed by Ann Strainchamps, January 1992.
KCRW/"Bookworm" interviewed by Michael Silverblatt, Los Angeles, April 1992.
KOPB FM/"Northwestern Perspectives," Oregon Public Broadcasting, Julie Draper interviewer, July 1991.
"Connie Martinson Talks Books," Continental CableVision, National syndication, July 1991.
KCRW/"Bookworm" interviewed by Michael Silverblatt, Los Angeles, July 1991.
KALW-FM, National Public Radio, "Allen Farley Show," San Francisco, July 1991.
KUOW-FM, National Public Radio, "Ross Reynolds Show," Seattle, July 1991.
KKMO-AM/"Barbara Lord Nelson Show," Tacoma, July 1991.
WCKR 89.9 FM, broadcast of musical version of A Bestiary, composer Bill Connors, 1989.
WBAI, two-part interview, 1989. "The John McLaughlin Hour," CNBC-TV, two-part interview, November 5 and 28, 1990, with (first segment) John Ash and Ann Lauterbach and (second segment) Peter Straub and Paul West.


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