Bradley Schmidt

Bradley Schmidt grew up in rural Kansas, completed a B.A. in German Studies at a local small liberal arts college, studied German Literature and Theology in Marburg, and started a doctoral project on Schleiermacher in Halle an der Saale before completing a masters in translation studies at Leipzig University. He lives and works in Leipzig as a translator and instructor at Leipzig University. His first translation of a novel, Anatomy of a Night by Anna Kim, was published in 2013 by Frisch & Co. (2013)


Winter 2015 (Issue 10), become flesh, an ensemble of characters
Winter 2015 (Issue 10), Residual Warmth
Winter 2014 (Issue 09), while I stroll along the frozen canal …
Winter 2014 (Issue 09), Animals in Architecture (extracts)
Winter 2013 (Issue 08), Five poems from “Dickicht mit Reden und Augen”
Winter 2013 (Issue 08), How Hunter Mayhem Traveled to Uruguay
Winter 2012 (Issue 07), untitled poem
Winter 2012 (Issue 07), as if
Winter 2012 (Issue 07), tableau
Winter 2012 (Issue 07), The Beating Heart of the Collection
Winter 2012 (Issue 07), The Year I Stopped Worrying and Started to Dream
Winter 2011 (Issue 06), the russian woods
Winter 2011 (Issue 06), The Balance of Time
Winter 2010 (Issue 05), this draught from talk
Winter 2010 (Issue 05), Frank