Books by Elizabeth Bradfield


Elizabeth Bradfield is the author of five books, and her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, The Atlantic Monthly, Orion, and elsewhere. A Stegner Fellow and Audre Lorde Prize winner, she is the founder of Broadsided Press, teaches at Brandeis University, and has worked as a naturalist in Cascadia and beyond for the past twenty-some years. Bradfield grew up in Tacoma and attended the University of Washington; she lives on Cape Cod.


Approaching Ice

Elizabeth Bradfield


Once Removed: Poems

Elizabeth Bradfield


Interpretive Work

Elizabeth Bradfield



Elizabeth Bradfield


Pelted by Flowers: Poems

Kali Lightfoot


Cascadia Field Guide: Art, Ecology, Poetry

Cmarie Fuhrman, Elizabeth Bradfield, et al.