Rabb Graduate Center, 206
DegreesUniversity of Alaska, Anchorage, M.F.A.
University of Washington, B.A.
ExpertisePoetry--with a particular interest in poems that engage with a sense of place, biology, history, and collaborations with/responses to visual art. Literary publications that bridge page and world.
ProfileElizabeth Bradfield is the author of two collections of poetry: Interpretive Work (Arktoi Books/Red Hen Press, 2008), which won the Audre Lorde Award and was a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award, and Approaching Ice (Persea Books, 2010), a book of poems about Arctic and Antarctic exploration that was a finalist for the James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets.
Bradfield's poetry has been published in The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Field, The Believer, Orion, and numerous other journals and anthologies. She has been awarded fellowships and scholarships from Stanford University's Wallace Stegner program, the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference, the Vermont Studio Center, and elsewhere.
In 2005, Bradfield founded Broadsided (broadsidedpress.org), which she still runs. A grassroots, virtual, collaborative press, Broadsided attempts to pull literary work out of journals and put it on the streets. It brings words together with the energy of original visual art, publishing monthly collaborations on the website as pdfs that are then downloaded, printed, and posted around the world by "Vectors."
In addition to teaching poetry, Bradfield works as a naturalist and assists with field work on gray seals.
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Bradfield, Elizabeth. "As true as we can bear." Up Here April/May 2013.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "Remapping the Frontier: Northwest Women Poets Writing From Archives and Experience." Associated Writing Program. Seattle, WA
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "We All Want to See a Mammal." The New Yorker July 29, 2013.
To Find Stars in Another Language. Writer/director Bradfield, Elizabeth. The Rumpus, 2013.
Travel of the Light. Writer/director Bradfield, Elizabeth. Drunken Boat, 2013.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "'Multi-Use Area' & 'Legacy'." The Ecopoetry Anthology. 1 ed. Ed. Ann Fiser-Wirth. Trinity University Press, 2013. 672.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "2 poems." Southern Humanities Review 47. 1 (2013).
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "4 Poems." South Dakota Review
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "Beagle Channel." Earth Desk (2013): <http://earthdesk.blogs.pace.edu/2013/10/13/beagle-channel-by-elizabeth-bradfield/>.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "Deliquescence: A Meditation in Seven Parts." Alaska Quarterly Review 30. 3 & 4 (2013).
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "Distance Education." This Assignment is So Gay: LGBTIQ Poets on the Art of Teaching. Ed. Megan Volpert. Little Rock, Arkansas: Sibling Rivalry Press, 2013. 226.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "Exploration, Empire & Environmental Justice." 9th Annual Symposium on Wildness, Wilderness & the Environmental Imagination: "The Future of Water". Iowa State University. March 29.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "How a Poem Flows." Thinking Like a River. Bard College. Sept. 27 - 29, 2013.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "Sex on the Amazon." Green Mountains Review 26. 1 (2013).
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "The Transformative Power of Public Art: Broadsides and Beyond." Wellfleet Audubon Sanctuary. September 1 - 30, 2013.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "Two (or more) if by Sea: Stories from the High Arctic." Center for Circumpolar Studies. St. Johnsbury, VT. February 6, 2013.
Bradfield, Elizabeth; Camille Dungy; Joan Kane; Kelsea Haebecker; Leslie Carol Roberts. "Writing the Ends of the Earth: Women Writers on the Arctic and Antarctica." Associated Writing Programs (AWP), Boston, Hynes Convention Center. March 7 - 9.
Ground-Truthing: Words and Images from Antarctica. By Elizabeth Bradfield. An illustrated, performative poetry reading with video/poem pieces. Bradfield, Elizabeth. n/a, Art Market Provincetown, August 9, 2012.
Bradfield, Elizabeth, Philip Hoare and Angela Cockayne. Chapter 104: The Fossil Whale. The Moby Dick Big Read. n/a, 2012.
Bradfield, Elizabeth, Provincetown Gallery Guild. 10 Days that Shook the World. Group Show, September 28 - October 7. Herring Cove Bath House, Cape Cod National Seashore, Provincetown, MA.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "Attending the Living Word/World: Using Haibun to Discover Poetry." OPEN THE DOOR: How to Excite Young People About Poetry. 1 ed. Ed. Dorothea Lasky, Dominic Luxford, and Jesse Nathan. McSweenys, 2012. 400.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. "In the Wake Of." Common-place The Interactive Journal of Early American Life 13. 1.5 (2012): <http://www.common-place.org/interim/poetry/bradfield.shtml>.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. Post Millennial Jonah. Group show organized by Dorothy Palanza Show, November 29 - December 13. Williams McCall Gallery, Miami Beach, FL.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. Approaching Ice. New York: Persea Books, 2010.
Elizabeth Bradfield. Intepretive Work. Los Angeles: Arktoi Books, 2008.