Imagine that it’s 2020, and you’re under the dim lights of your cozy multiplex with a bucket of the best butter-slathered popcorn that money can buy. It’s the premiere of Wes Anderson’s latest colorfully stylized masterpiece in comic absurdity. You’ve been watching carefully, and it’s already maybe scene ten, and amidst all the beautiful frames,…
Bradley Sides is a writer and English instructor. He is a regular contributor to BookBrowse.
His work appears at Electric Literature
, Fiction Southeast
, The Lit Pub
, Literary Orphans
, The Rumpus
, Tupelo Quarterly
, and elsewhere. He is working on his first collection of short stories.