Unflinchingly Honest Commentary: On J. Bradley’s ‘Neil and Other Stories’

Nicole Davenport
Jul 14, 2018 · 3 min read

Bradley’s story collection delves into family struggles and seeks to show us the world in its entirety.

Image: Whiskey Tit.

“The first thing Mary saw when she came to was an alligator tail holding a gun. […] The alligator fired at her feet […]”

“It’s genetic, I’ll say, like my father, and his father before, and his father before, and his father before.”

(from “Fleet Street”)

NICOLE DAVENPORT is currently studying BSc Psychology and hopes to go on to postgraduate education. In her spare time, she reads excessively, paints, and cares for her many pets.

The Coil

Literature to change your lightbulb.

The Coil

Literature to change your lightbulb.

Nicole Davenport

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Small creature of unknown species navigating the earth in search of dogs to cuddle, armed only with sarcasm.

The Coil

Literature to change your lightbulb.