Brad Fox is a writer living in New York. He has worked as a researcher and story consultant for novelists and filmmakers, and he had an earlier career as a journalist and relief worker in the Balkans, Mexico, the Arab World, and Turkey. He will be a resident at Still Studio in Johannesburg, South Africa, this winter.
His stories, articles, and translations have appeared in The New Yorker, Guernica, Public Domain Review, and The Whitney Biennial. His novel, To Remain Nameless, was published by Rescue Press in 2020. He is at work on a series of essays about toxic legacies, race, ethics, and traditional medicine.
At MacDowell, Brad completed his forthcoming work of nonfiction, The Bathysphere Book, and did exploratory work on a new book of essays on housing injustice, toxic legacies, and American identity.