Nicholas Bredie

Nicholas Bredie is the author of the novel Not Constantinople, forthcoming from Dzanc Books, June 2017. With Joanna Howard, he is the translator of Frédéric Boyer’s novella Cows, published by Noemi Press (2014). His writing has appeared in The Believer, Lucky Peach, The Brooklyn Rail, Fairy Tale Review, Opium, Puerto del Sol, and elsewhere. After living and working in Istanbul, Turkey, he is now in Los Angeles, where he is a PhD fellow at the University of Southern California.


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