Bradley Clayton Denton is an American SF author. He has also written other types of fiction, such as the black comedy Blackburn, about a sympathetic serial killer. He was born in Towanda, Kansas, and attended the University of Kansas at Lawrence. He graduated with degrees in astronomy (B.A.) and English (M.A.).
His first published work was the short story, "The Music of the Spheres," published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (March, 1984).
He was nominated for the 1985 Campbell Award.
Other Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1992 — John W Campbell Memorial Award
- 1994 — Toastmaster at ArmadilloCon 16
- 1995 — World Fantasy Award for Best Collection.
- 2005 — Toastmaster at Conestoga 9
- 2005 — Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award
- 2006 — Toastmaster at World Fantasy Convention 2006
- 2009 — Toastmaster at Archon 33
- 2011 — Toastmaster at DeepSouthCon 49 and at FenCon VIII
- 2013 — Apollocon 2013
He now lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife Barbara.
For more, see http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/denton_bradley