Hi, I’m Bill Bradley, a writer and reporter living in Brooklyn.
I write for various magazines and websites covering everything from affordable housing and cities to fitness and beer. I've written extensively on the city of Detroit, the recent bankruptcy, and how its most lauded sports owner and his family continue to line their pockets off the backs of taxpayers.
My work has appeared in Bloomberg Businessweek, BonAppetit.com, Deadspin, Departures, DETAILS, Esquire, GQ, LA Review of Books, Marie Claire, Men's Fitness, Men's Journal, Modern Farmer, Next City, Outside Online, Pacific Standard, Racked, Runner's World, Vanity Fair, and VICE, among others. I've reported from music festivals across the country (Coachella, Lollapalooza, SXSW, All Points West), slept in an altitude tent, filmed man-on-the-street videos, and profiled writers, actors, and chefs. I've also worked on copywriting projects for Doubleday & Cartwright and Baron & Baron. I was previously a columnist at Next City, a Features Writer at The Daily (R.I.P.), and an online editorial associate at Vanity Fair.
Email: w3bradley at gmail dot com