Radical Shadows

Conjunctions, Book 31

by Bradford Morrow and Conjunctions
Radical Shadows collects lost, forgotten, suppressed, rare, or unknown works by major literary writers from the late nineteenth century forward. From previously unpublished work by Djuna Barnes and Truman Capote (his earliest known story), to writing by Chekhov, Dostoevsky, Kawabata, Musil, and other world-class authors, the issue is a celebration both of the art of translation and of the breadth and depth of the many revelatory discoveries that can still be found in the historical literary archive.


Bradford Morrow

Bradford Morrow

Bradford Morrow is an award-winning novelist, short story writer, editor, and author of children’s books. He grew up in Colorado and traveled extensively before settling in New York and launching the renowned literary journal Conjunctions. His novel The Almanac Branch was a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award, and for Trinity Fields, Morrow received the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ Academy Award in Literature. He has garnered numerous other accolades for his fiction, including O. Henry and Pushcart prizes, as well as a Guggenheim Fellowship. Morrow is a professor of literature and Bard Center Fellow at Bard College.


  • book: The Almanac Branch
  • book: Ariel's Crossing
  • book: Come Sunday
  • book: Giovanni's Gift
  • book: Trinity Fields
  • book: The Uninnocent: Stories
  • book: Fall of the Birds
  • book: Fifty Contemporary Writers
  • book: A Menagerie
  • book: The New Wave Fabulists
  • book: Radical Shadows
  • book: Tributes
  • book: Exile
  • book: Speaking Volumes

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ABOUT Conjunctions

  • Bard College's literary journal Conjunctionspublishes innovative fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction by emergingvoices and contemporary masters. For over three decades, Conjunctionshas challenged accepted forms and styles, with equal emphasis on groundbreakingexperimentation and rigorous quality. We are committed to launching andsupporting the careers of unknown authors-William T. Vollmann, David FosterWallace, and Karen Russell all had some of their very first publications in Conjunctions-whileproviding a space for better-known voices like Joyce Carol Oates or William H.Gass to work outside audience expectations.