Bradley James Weber writes children’s books, horror stories, and technical documentation.
Bradley graduated from Illinois State University with a B.A. in English and a concentration in children’s literature.
Since then, he has:
- Won awards for his writing, including the first GonzoFest Literary Award for Fiction and the Naked Girls Reading Literary Honors
- Advised a Chicago-based Catholic publishing house on graphic novels and picture books
- Presented his “Shakespeare in Comics” programs at the Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo (C2E2)
- Spoken to area schools and library associations about comics and graphic novels
His latest book, Why the Moon Moves Away, was written for a guided reading program geared toward 3rd through 5th grade readers.
Bradley’s artistic works have been exhibited in The Next Wave Art Salon, at the Side Street Gallery’s inaugural Krampus show, the Calling All Robots pop-up art show, and at Fez Fest. He continues to be an irregular collaborator with several local artists.
Bradley is currently at work on a few picture books, another horror story, and a pile of technical documentation.