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DR. ROBERT R. BRADLEY

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Email: govchal@gmail.com

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Curriculum Vitae

Education | Program Development

  • Accomplished executive-level professional offering mastery of creative and social design, technology integration, and innovation.
  • Proficiency in developing successful programs that improve academic capabilities, while partnering with schools, institutions, and universities to expand curriculum.
  • Proven resource planning expertise, written and verbal communication skills, and delivery of quality instruction at various stages of learning.
  • Established community partner and innovative TEDxNashville executive with extensive experience teaching and mentoring large group.
  • Published author and editor with recent Doctorate level academic achievements.

Education and Credentials

Doctor of Education,  Educational Technology Concentration, 2015

Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN

Dissertation Title:“The Effects of a First-year Service Learning Orientation Course on Student Success”

Masters in Fine Arts, 1985

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

Thesis Title:“Alembic”

Bachelor of Science in Education, 1981

University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

Selected Professional Experience

Director, Technology Integration Spring 2006 to February 2011

Facilitated aggressive revenue creation as a result of a 74% grant application approval rate. Played a major role in producing $12M in funding for the institution. Demonstrated executive leadership, while founding 4TEDX events in Nashville, Tennessee. Enhanced the efficiency of online assessments by implementing new systems. Curated prototype to garner interest in inter-collegiate national academic media tournament, an Engaged Technology project, and a model for a media tournament. Devised a $650K HUD grant to fund a service learning center and acquired $22.5K in enterprise support.

Implemented key programs in digital media, engagement, and social design as a collaborative partner with various entities, including Montgomery Bell Academy (MBA), Metro Nashville Public Schools ((MNPS), Oasis Center, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), Virginia Tech, Texas Tech University, University of Texas, Austin, University of Georgia, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Tennessee Board of Regents, University of Tennessee system, Tennessee Campus Compact, TED and TEDx, Mayor’s and Governor’s Offices.

Tennessee Board of Regents

Consultant in Technology. Maxine Smith Fellows Program (2009 to 2010)

Academic Audit Team Leader (2008 to 2010)

Academic Audit Team Member (2007)

Founder and Licensee (2013 to Present)

TEDxNashville

TEDxNashvilleED

Founder and Licensee (2009 to Present)

Digital Media Sandbox Consortium

Executive Director (2007 to Present)

TedxYouth@GreaterNashville

Founder and Licensee (2010 to 2012)

5 Talents Holding Company, LLC

President and CEO (2007 – Present)

Selected Faculty Development Experience

DMSC Governors Challenge and Engaged Technology Social Enterprise – Contributed to the advancement of digital learning as a participant in various technology-focused initiatives, including Digital Media Enterprise (DME), Engaged Technology and Service Learning lectures, seminars, and presentations at Virginia Tech, University of Virginia, University of Georgia, Tennessee Board of Regents and member institutions, University of Tennessee (Martin), (Chattanooga), and (Knoxville).

Tennessee State University – Supported the University’s efforts to increase student interest in technology by leading multiple Digital Media Enterprise and Engaged Technology Seminars and Workshops.

Service Learning Workshops – Presented useful topics to promote career readiness, including Literary Leadership, Freshman Composition I and II: Literary Leadership.

Watkins College and O’More College of Art and Design – Added value to the University as a communicative instructor of Service Learning-based English Composition courses.

DePaul University – Expanded student proficiency in Poetry Writing and Fiction Writing.

Led additional courses, including Freshman Composition, Creative Writing, Seminar in Biography and Autobiography, and English I and II. Contributed to the advancement of educational goals as a primary instructor at Howard University, Goucher College, Johns Hopkins University, University of Virginia, and Pickens County High School.

Engaged Technology Sub Group, Executive Council, Tennessee Campus Compact

Chair (2008 to 2014)

Technology Integration, Tennessee State University

Director (2006 to 2011)

TSU-HBCU Watkins Park Technology

Project Coordinator (2005 to 2007)

Selected Teaching Experience

Tennessee State University

Instructor (2011 to Present)

Present topics related to creative writing and composition studies. Lead instruction regarding the construction of creative elements to promote self-expression. Promote dynamic communication and broaden ideation among student groups.

Tennessee State University

Instructor (2002 to 2006)

Designed learning initiatives that improve career readiness. Monitored student performance and offered feedback to encourage learning. Outlined unique curriculum in response to academic needs. Finalized detailed reports to document learning metrics.

Nashville State Community College

Adjunct Instructor (1999 to 2002)

Taught courses to a diverse group of students to expand knowledge and professional development. Provided useful feedback to compliment instruction. Delivered quality curriculum and accompanying materials. Maintained consistent communications with staff and department heads.

Watkins College of Art, Film and Design

Adjunct Instructor (1999 to 2001)

Introduced artistic concepts to various students. Offered practical and engaging instruction to encourage growth. Designed authentic curriculum and evaluated student comprehension. Monitored coursework completion and engaged student groups.

O’More College of Art and Design

Professor (1999 to 2000)

Offered instruction and mentorship to students regarding the key elements of art and design. Formed methods to practice class concepts. Provided feedback and encouraged continued learning. Facilitated projects and activities to complement career goals.

Technology and Instruction, Faculty Support Center, Tennessee State University

Coordinator (Spring 2006) Nashville State Community College

Adjunct Instructor (1999 to 2002)

Selected Pedagogy and Creative Publications

Bradley, Robert, “Active Learning, Action Research: A Case Study in Service Learning, Technology Integration, and Community Engagement,” Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement,” Spring 2007.

Bradley, Robert, “Growing the New Technopolis,” U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2007.

Creative Prose

Passionate Wishes:  Lucinda Williams.”  Journal of Country Music.  (1996)

“Ruth Stone: Behind the Face of the Poet.” (1995). This House is Made of Poetry.   Carbondale: U of Southern Illinois Press.

“High Country.”  Journal of Country Music.  (1995)

“Vic Chesnutt: Tradition and the Individual Talent.” Journal of Country Music.  (1993)

Selected Poetry

Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “Outside,” “Romance,” “This Side of Why.” Mad Hatter     Review: http://www.madhatterreview.com, 2006: issue 5 and 6.

Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “Days Away,” “Peace,” “Storm Season.” Cezanne’s Carrot: http://www.cezannescarrot.org, June.

Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “Grassy Knoll,” “The Christian Witch.” New English Review, London, England, January and February.

Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “The Cudgel,” The Rockhurst Review, Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO.

Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “Forever,” The Comstock Review. Syracuse, NY, Spring.

Bradley, Robert R. “A Dry Wake for Ex.” Ploughshares: Winter, 1993.

Bradley, Robert R. (Summer 1988). “Whistlestop: Wichita, Kansas.”

Gettysburg Review: Gettysburg, PA.

Bradley, Robert R. (Fall, 1988). “Necessity.” Southern Poetry Review.

Bradley, Robert R.  (Fall 1987). “Milk Ghost.” Seneca Review.

Bradley, Robert R.. (Fall, 1987). “The Dolphins,” “Cataract,” “Dobro.” Poetry East: DePaul University, Chicago, IL.

Bradley, Robert R. (1985). “Message to Father in Porkpie Hat, with Cocktail.”  Antioch Review: Yellow Springs, Ohio.

Bradley, Robert R. (1985). “Ways to Reach.” Plainsong: Bowling Green, KY.

Bradley, Robert R. (1985). “Saint Mary’s Breath.” IRIS: Charlottesville, VA.

Bradley, Robert R. (Fall, 1984). Painted Bride Quarterly. “The Move West,” “The House Between, “Reflection Seen in a Shop Window.”

Selected Poetry Books

Winter Apples (Alembic Press: 1988)

Atomic Erotic Series, Volumes 1-6

Volume 1: The Moon is Always Local  (Talking Rock Media: 2013)

Creative Works And Arts Administration

Passionate Wishes:  Lucinda Williams.”  Journal of Country Music.  (1996)

“Ruth Stone: Behind the Face of the Poet.” (1995). This House is Made of Poetry.   Carbondale: U of Southern Illinois Press.

“High Country.”  Journal of Country Music.  (1995)

“Vic Chesnutt: Tradition and the Individual Talent.” Journal of Country Music.  (1993)

“Redeeming Time: The Poetry of Robert Francis.”  Painted Bride Quarterly, 1988

Selected Arts Administration

Editor, Haw River Books, 1988-present

Writing the World.  by William Stafford, 1988

The Apple Found in the Plowing, by Robert Bly, 1989

The Solution by Ruth Stone, 1989

The Living and the Dead by David Daniel, 1992

Hymning the Kanawha by Tom Andrews, 1990

Black Tulips by Molly Bendall, 1990

Writing the World nominated for the 1988 Los Angeles Times Book of the Year in Poetry

Visiting Director of Creative Writing, DePaul University, 1991

Coordinator, College Reading Series, Goucher College, 1987-88

Poetry Editor, Poetry East, University of Virginia, 1984-85

Host and Producer, “Poetry in Performance,” Weekly Radio Show, WTJU: Charlottesville, Virginia. 1984-85

Selected Presentations

Bradley, R. (2011). Structured Assessment in Service Learning. Volunteer Tennessee Conference. Nashville, Tennessee.
Bradley, R. (2010). Digital Media Enterprise. West Tennessee Technology Conference. University of Tennessee at Martin, Martin, Tennessee.
Bradley, R. (2009-10). Blue Sky Residencies: Social Enterprise. University of Virginia: Charlottesville, Virginia.
Bradley, R. (2010).  The Governors Challenge. Center for Design Innovation: Winston-Salem, NC.
Bradley, R. (2009). Engaged Technology. West Tennessee Technology Conference: University of Tennessee, Martin, Tennessee.
Bradley, R. (2008). Engaged Technology. Virginia Tech. Blacksburg, Virginia.
Bradley, R. (2007). Unpacking the Podcast. North Carolina Campus Compact. Elon University. Elon NC.
Bradley, R. (2007). Quantify the Quality of Learning. Technology and Learning Conference: Raleigh NC.
Bradley, R. (2007). Student Leadership and Engaged Technology. Technology and Teaching Conference: Middle Tennessee State University.

Bradley, R. (2007). Unpacking the Podcast: A Guided System for Educational Networks. Technology and Learning Conference. Farmington, New Mexico.

Bradley, R. (2007). Digital Media Sandbox Consortium Summit (DMSC). University of Tennessee (Martin).
Bradley, R. (2007). Digital Media Sandbox Consortium Summit (DMSC). Vanderbilt University. Nashville, Tennessee.
Bradley, R. (2007). SCALES Conference: University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Bradley, R. (2007). Digital Media Enterprise. Virginia Tech. Blacksburg, Virginia.
Bradley, R. (2008). Technology and Service Learning. North Carolina Campus Compact: Elon University. Elon, North Carolina.
Bradley, R. (2008). Tennessee Higher-Ed IT Symposium. Fall Creek Falls, Tennessee.
Bradley, R. (2006) The Ballad of Birmingham: The Story of a Song. NCTE National Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
Bradley, R. (2006) Unpacking the Podcast. EDUCAUSE Regional Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.
Bradley, R. (2006) Enhancing Student Learning. Tennessee Higher Education Commission’s Technology Symposium. Fall Creek Falls, Tennessee.
Bradley, Robert R. (2006). Technology in Curriculum. Faculty Development Symposium, Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee.
Bradley, R. (2006). Unpacking the Podcast. Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Foundation Convention: Las Vegas, Nevada.

Selected Awards

Nominee, Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award, Association of American Colleges and Universities (2005)

Faculty Fellow in Service Learning, Tennessee State University (2004/05)

Fellow, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (1992)

Fellow, Ragdale Foundation (1992)

Scholar, Breadloaf Writer’s Conference (1988)

Faculty Fellow in Poetry, University of Virginia (1984 – 1985)

Academy of American Poets Prize (1984)


EDUCATION

Ed.D.  (2015)

Curriculum and Instruction with Educational Technology Concentration. Tennessee State University. Nashville, Tennessee.

M.F.A. 1985

Creative Writing:  Poetry. University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia

B.S. Ed. 1981

Secondary Education:  Language University of Georgia Athens, Georgia

POSITIONS HELD

1988-present President and CEO 5 Talents Holding Company LLC

2011-present Faculty Tennessee State University

2009-present Founder and Licensee TEDxNashville

2010-2012 Founder and Licensee TedxYouth@GreaterNashville

2007-present Executive Director Digital Media Sandbox Consortium

2008-present Chair Engaged Technology Sub-Group, Executive Council, Tennessee Campus Compact

2006-2011 Director Technology Integration, Tennessee State University

2005-07 Project Coordinator TSU-HBCU Watkins Park Technology

Spring 2006 Coordinator Technology and Instruction. Faculty Support Center, Tennessee State University

2002-2006 Instructor Tennessee State University

1998-present Professional Multi-media Artist Nashville, Tennessee

1999-2002 Adjunct Instructor Nashville State Community College

1999-2002 Adjunct Instructor Watkins College of Art, Film and Design

1999-2002 Professor O’More College of Art and Design

1995-98 Teacher Fairview High School (TN)

1991-1992 Visiting Writer-in-Residence and Visiting Director of Creative Writing Program DePaul University

1990-1991 Instructor Howard University

1986-1990 Lecturer/Poet-in-Residence Goucher College

1985-1986 Teacher Tandem School

1984-1985 Lecturer University of Virginia

1981-1983 Teacher Pickens County High School

SELECTED TEACHING

  • DMSC Governors Challenge and Engaged Technology Social Enterprise
    • Digital Media Enterprise (DME), Engaged Technology and Service Learning lectures, seminars and presentations at Virginia Tech, University of Virginia, University of Georgia, Tennessee Board of Regents and member institutions, University of Tennessee (Martin), (Chattanooga), and (Knoxville), among others.
  • Tennessee State University
    • Digital Media Enterprise and Engaged Technology Seminars and Workshops
    • Service Learning Workshops: Literary Leadership
    • Freshman Composition I and II: Literary Leadership
  • Watkins College and O’More College of Art and Design: Service Learning-based English Composition courses.
  • DePaul University
    • Poetry Writing
    • Fiction Writing
  • Howard University
    • Composition
  • Goucher College
    • Creative Writing
    • Seminar in Biography and Autobiography
  • Johns Hopkins University
    • Creative Writing
  • University of Virginia
    • Creative Writing
  • Pickens County High School
    • English II, III

Selected Service

Director, Technology Integration Spring 2006—Feb. 2011.

  • Founded 4 TEDX events in Nashville, TN.
  • Developed online alternative assessment strategies at TSU.
  • Curated national inter-collegiate online media tournament (Governors Challenge) over 3 years.
  • Developed social enterprise program at TSU.
  • Created Engaged Technology project at TSU.
  • Developed intramural media tournament model for University Virginia and ACC Innovation Program.
  • Co-author and investigator in 650,000.00 HUD grant which established Service Learning Center at TSU.
  • Leveraged 22.500.00 in direct corporate support (FedEx Institute and Apple Inc) into over 150,000.00 in indirect returns.

Developed strategic partnership programs in digital media, engagement and social design with

  • Montgomery Bell Academy (MBA)
  • Metro Nashville Public Schools ((MNPS)
  • Oasis Center
  • University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill)
  • University of Virginia
  • Virginia Tech
  • Texas Tech University
  • University of Texas, Austin
  • University of Georgia
  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
  • University of Massachusetts at Amherst
  • Tennessee Board of Regents
  • University of Tennessee system
  • Tennessee Campus Compact
  • TED and TEDx
  • Mayor’s and Governor’s Offices

Tennessee Board of Regents

  • Consultant in Technology. (2009-2010). Maxine Smith Fellows Program.
  • Academic Audit Team Leader. (2008-10).
  • Academic Audit Team Member (2007).

SELECTED RESEARCH

Publications—Conference Presentations

  • Bradley, Robert R. “Active Learning, Action Research:  A Case Study in Service Learning, Technology Integration, and Community Engagement.” (Spring  2007). Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement (University of Georgia):  (with Clark Maddux, Sue Fuller, Carl Darnell and Brent Wright)
  • Bradley, Robert R. “Growing the New Technopolis.” (2007). (Interview in book chapter) U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (February, 2011)“Structured Assessment in Service  Learning.” Volunteer Tennessee Conference. Nashville, TN.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (November, 2010). “Digital Media Enterprise.” West Tennessee Technology Conference. University of Tennessee at Martin.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (2009-10). “Blue Sky Residencies: Social Enterprise.” University of Virginia: Charlottesville, VA.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (Fall, 2010).  “The Governors Challenge.” Center for Design  Innovation: Winston-Salem, NC.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (Fall, 2009) “Engaged Technology.” West Tennessee  Technology Conference: University of Tennessee: Martin.
  • Bradley, Robert R. December, 2008). “Engaged Technology.” Virginia Tech.: Blacksburg, VA.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (February 2007).“Unpacking the Podcast.” North Carolina  Campus Compact. Elon University. Elon NC.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (March 2007). “Quantify the Quality of Learning.”  Technology and Learning Conference: Raleigh NC.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (April 2007). “Student Leadership and Engaged  Technology.” Technology and Teaching Conference: Middle Tennessee State University.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (April 2007). “Unpacking the Podcast: A Guided System for  Educational Networks.” Technology and Learning Conference: Farmington, New Mexico.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (July, 2007).  “Unpacking the Podcast.” Virginia Tech Service Learning: Blacksburg VA.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (October, 2007). Digital Media Sandbox Consortium Summit (DMSC): University of Tennessee (Martin).
  • Bradley, Robert R. (August, 2007(. Digital Media Sandbox Consortium Summit  (DMSC): Vanderbilt University. Nashville, TN.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (October, 2007). SCALES Conference: University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill).
  • Digital Media Sandbox Consortium Summit (DMSC). (November, 2007) East  Tennessee State University Second Life Island. .
  • Bradley, Robert R. (November, 2007) “Digital Media Enterprise.” Virginia Tech: Blacksburg VA.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (February, 2008). “Technology and Service Learning.” North Carolina Campus Compact: Elon University. Elon, NC.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (April,2008). Tennessee Higher-Ed IT Symposium: Fall Creek Falls, TN.
  • Bradley Robert R. (November, 2006) “The Ballad of Birmingham: The Story of a Song.” NCTE National Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (October, 2006) “Growing the New Technopolis.”  International E-Learning Conference: Hawaiii. (accepted but could not attend due to lack of funding).
  • Bradley, Robert R. (June, 2006) “Unpacking the Podcast.” Educause Regional Conference: Atlanta, GA.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (April, 2006) Enhancing Student Learning.” Tennessee Higher Education Commission’s Technology Symposium: Fall Creek Falls, TN.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (2006, April 3) “Technology in Curriculum.” Faculty Development Symposium,:Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN.
  • Bradley, Robert (March, 2006).  Unpacking the Podcast. Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Foundation Convention: Las Vegas, NV.

CREATIVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Articles

  • “Passionate Wishes:  Lucinda Williams.”  Journal of Country Music.  (1996).
  • “Behind the Face of the Poet.” (1995). This House is Made of Poetry. Carbondale: U of Southern Illinois P.
  • “High Country.”  Journal of Country Music.  (1995).
  • “Vic Chesnutt:  Tradition and the Individual Talent.” Journal of Country Music.  (1993).
  • “Redeeming Time:  The Poetry of Robert Francis.”  Painted Bride Quarterly.  (1988).

Edited Volumes (Poetry)

HAW RIVER BOOKS, Nashville, TN. 1988-present.

  • Writing the World.  by William Stafford, 1988.
  • The Apple Found in the Plowing, by Robert Bly, 1989.
  • The Solution by Ruth Stone, 1989.
  • Hymning the Kanawha by Tom Andrews. 1990.
  • Black Tulips by Molly Bendall. 1990.
  • The Living and the Dead by David Daniel, 1992.

Writing the World nominated for the 1988 Los Angeles Times Book of the Year in Poetry.

Administrative

  • Editor, Haw River Books, 1988-present.
  • Visiting Director of Creative Writing, DePaul University. Fall, 1991.
  • Coordinator, College Reading Series, Goucher College. 1987-88.
  • Poetry Editor, Poetry East, University of Virginia, 1984-85.
  • Host and Producer, “Poetry in Performance,” Weekly Radio Show, WTJU: Charlottesville, Virginia. 1984-85.

Selected Poems:

  • Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “Outside,” “Romance,” “This Side of Why.” Mad Hatter Review: http://www.madhatterreview.com, 2006: issue 5 and 6.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “Days Away,” “Peace,” “Storm Season.” Cezanne’s Carrot: http://www.cezannescarrot.org, June.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “Grassy Knoll,” “The Christian Witch.” New English Review, London, England, January and February.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “The Cudgel,” The Rockhurst Review, Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (2006). “Forever,” The Comstock Review,” Syracuse, NY, Spring.
  • Bradley, Robert R. “A Dry Wake for Ex.” Ploughshares: Winter, 1993.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (Summer 1988). “Whistlestop: Witchita, Kansas.” Gettysburg Review: Gettysburg, PA.
  • Robert R. Bradley. (Fall, 1988). “Necessity.” Southern Poetry Review:
  • Robert R. Bradley (Fall 1987). “MilkGhost.” Seneca Review.
  • Robert R. Bradley. (Fall, 1987). “The Dolphins,” “Cataract,” “Dobro.”  Poetry East: DePaul University, Chicago, IL.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (1985). “Message to Father in Porkpie Hat, with Cocktail.”  Antioch Review: Yellow Springs, Ohio.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (1985). “Ways to Reach.” Plainsong: Bowling Green, KY.
  • Bradley, Robert r. (1985). “Saint Mary’s Breath.” IRIS: Charlottesville, VA.
  • Bradley, Robert R. (Fall, 1984). Painted Bride Quarterly. “The Move West,” “The House Between, “Reflection Seen in a Shop Window.”

Selected performances of music, poetry and spoken world up to 2005 at: Springwater, Pub of Love, 12 and Porter, Exit In, Sutler, Bluebird, Windows on the Cumberland, Nashville Convention Center, Boardwalk, Wagon Burner, Kijiji Coffee House, Radio Café, The Family Wash, French Quarter, Bongo Java, The Basement, as well as:

  • Vanderbilt University Scarrit-Bennett Center: 2011, Nashville.
  • Ensworth School, 2005.
  • California College of the Arts, 2004: San Francisco.
  • Redlands Poetry Center, 2004: Redlands CA.
  • Bennington College July Program, Bennington. 2002.
  • Bennington Collfege July Program, Bennington V T June 2001.
  • Bennington College MFA Program, Bennington. V’T June 2001.
  • Sayre School. Lexington, KY December, 2000
  • Bennington College, Bennington, VT. July, 2000
  • Deer Creek Amphitheatre: Indianapolis, IN. (opened for Ted Nugent, Deep Purple and Lynyrd Skynyrd).
  • Davis-Kidd Bookstore, Nashville, TN., September, 1996.
  • University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, March, 1993.
  • University of Virginla, Charlottesville, Virginia, April, 1992.
  • Randolph Macon College, Lynchburg, Virginia, April, 1992.
  • Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Virginia, April, 1992.
  • DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, March, 1992.
  • Ragdale Foundation, Lake Forest, Ill. February, 1992.
  • Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois, February, 1992.
  • Emerson College, Boston, Massachusetts. April, 1991.
  • Randolph-Macon College, Lynchburg, Virginia. April, 1991.
  • Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana: April, 1989.
  • Benefit for the Waterford Foundation, Waterford, Virginia: December, 1988.
  • Benefit for Amnesty International, Baltimore, Maryland: February 14, 1987.
  • Longworth Congressional Building, Washington, D.C. June, 1988.
  • With Robert Bly, Painted Bride Arts Center, Philadelphia: March, 1987.
  • Worcestor State College, Worcestor, Massachusetts: March, 1987.
  • Worcestor Poetry Society, Worcestor, Mass., October 1985.
  • James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia: September, 1984.

AWARDS & HONORS

  • Nominee, Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award, American Association for Higher Education. 2005.
  • Faculty Fellow in Service Learning, Tennessee State University. 2004-05
    • Fellow, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. 1992.
    • Fellow, Ragdale Foundation. 1992.
    • Scholar, Breadloaf Writer’s Conference. 1988.
    • Faculty Fellow in Poetry, University of Virginia 1984-1985.Academy of American Poets Prize. 1984.

SELECTED CREATIVE WORKS (in production and/or published)

by www.bobbradley.com

All assets ©2017 invisible zen media

Contents

  1. 1. Poetry
  2. 2. Fiction
  3. 3. Spoken Word
  4. 4. Music
  5. 5. Art
  6. 6. Videos

PRAISE FOR BOB BRADLEY

“Bob Bradley layers his stories in transcendent, rare whispers, to be like the library scene of Wender’s “Wings of Desire” run through Faulkner, ecstatic Whitman, Nabokov, Melville even. He is a joy to read.”

Michael Stipe (R.E.M.; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame)

“I’ve played with the finest spoken word artists: Porter Wagoner, Allen Ginsberg, Marty Stuart, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash. Bob is up there with the best of them.”

Kenny Vaughan (Marty Stuart, Lucinda Williams, et al; Americana Music Association Hall of Fame)

POETRY

Winter Apples (Alembic Press: 1988)

Atomic Erotic Series, Volumes 1-6

  1. Volume 1: The Moon is Always Local  (Talking Rock Media: 2013)
  2. Volume 2: Handshake in Thought
  3. Volume 3: Night Season
  4. Volume 4: Sunset Blush: Atomic Erotic Selected
  5. Volume 5: Null the Void
  6. Volume 6: Thrum

Flipturn (2011—present)

1. Haw River Lotus

2. Feast of St. Michael

3. Thunderama Omnibus

  1. Southern Moonshine
  2. National Glamour
  3. Acoustic Shadows
  4. Time of the Hedgeapples

5. Heaven of the Milk Trees

6. Winter Poems

7. Memento Mori

8. Begin. Again.

FICTION:

  1. Warchild: The Confessions (2012)
  2. Broken Rose II (2015)
  3. Tenure Portfolio: Dr. Elvis Crockett (AKA The Memphis Pocket)
  4. Via Regia Rampages: I, Roamer

SPOKEN WORD

(invisible zen media with Pure Product Media)

1. Night Sessions (with Kenny Vaughan)

2. Handshake in Thought (with Kenny Vaughan and Zircon Tiara)

3. Broken Rose III (with Kenny Vaughan)

4. Bless: America’s Greatest Hits Volume I: Dickinson and Whitman (with George Bradfute)

5. PsalmSalvation (with Kenny Vaughan)

MUSIC

2015-present SOUNDCLOUD PLAYLISTS

(invisible zen media with Pure Product Works)

  1. 1991 Secular Musics (album)
  2. 1992 Sky Blue, Butter Yellow (EP)
  3. 1995 Wood Chip Stew (EP)
  4. 1998 Sparkles from the Wheel (Album)
  5. 2001 Pure Product: Volume I and II (Albums)
  6. 2004 Tobacco Sunburst (Album)
  7. 2004 Hollywood Chateau (Album)
  8. 2008 Pop Goes the Metaphor (Album)
  9. 2011 Bodark: Feast of St. Michael (Album)

10.2014 Thunderama (Album)

VISUAL ARTS:

GALLERIES: www.bobbradley.com/galleries/

ARCHIVE

List galleries 1-6 with links

1.0  Analog Roam Galleries Series 1: “The Sun Knows Where to Find Us 1”

2.0  Analog Roam Galleries Series 2: “Cartographies/Arma Gideon Times”

3.0  Analog Roam Galleries Series 3: “Acoustic Shadows 1”

4.0  Analog Roam Galleries Series 4: “People 1”

5.0  Analog Roam Galleries Series 5: “Bless”

6.0  Analog Roam Galleries Series 6: “Ladyfinger”

ART BOOKS LINK:

  1. ARMA GIDEON TIME
  2. GLOSSOLALIA: THE MUSES OF VIC CHESNUTT
  3. JOURNAL ENTRY: AN AMERICAN SONG

VIDEOS LINK : Analog Roam Galleries with invisible zen media

  1. APPALACHIAN VALLEY MIST 1 SERIES
  2. TUXEDO CAT 1 SERIES: MISCHIEF AND SUCH
  3. AMERICAN BLOOD 1 SERIES: PEACE SERIES
  4. SPIRIT 1 SERIES
  5. BROKEN ROSE II
  6. SPIRIT 2 SERIES
  7. LITTLE WING 1 SERIES: THE SEASONS OF HER TEMPLE
  8. BARK 1 SERIES
  9. DAFT PUNK 1 SERIES

10.  RED 1 SERIES

11.  LANDS 1 SERIES

12.  GLOSSOLALIA: THE MUSES OF VIC CHESNUTT