Bradford Morrow

Bradford Morrow is the author of eight novels, including Trinity Fields, The Diviner's Tale, and most recently, The Forgers, as well as a short-story collection, The Uninnocent. He is the founding editor of Conjunctions and has contributed to many anthologies and journals. A Bard Center Fellow and professor of literature at Bard College, he lives in New York City.



This sublime new novel detonates the very notion of genre. And it works because it is riveting, insightful, sentence by sentence charged with feeling, as it bears us helpless with it on its downward journey to illuminationPeter Straub, winner of Bram Stoker Award

Beautifully written and tautly paced... a tale whose subtle and mysterious confluences are as elusive as water undergroundThomas H. Cook, winner of the Edgar Allen Poe Award

Superb. The only thing I did for two straight days was read this book-it really is that riveting... somehow alchemically able to combine suspense, wonder, and romance all in one seamless story that kept you guessingJonathan Carroll, winner of World Fantasy Award

Chilling and impossible to put down. Morrow is at the top of his form: bold, original, and mesmerizing. Truly a stunning achievementValerie Martin, winner of the Orange Prize

Bradford Morrow is a force of nature... The Diviner's Tale will not only delight, it will endureRobert Olen Butler, winner of Pulitzer Prize in Fiction

A chilling, genre-busting tale... just when you think it can't get any darker, Morrow reveals his trump card. Startling.
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