Clayton Bradshaw served in the US Army for eight years as an infantryman, deploying to Iraq from 2007 to 2008 and to Afghanistan from 2010 to 2011. After graduating from Sam Houston State University with a BA in English, he began working on his MFA in Creative Writing at Texas State University. His work can be found in The Deadly Writers Patrol, Second Hand Stories, War, Literature and the Arts, O-Dark-Thirty, and r.kv.r.y. He is currently writing a novel, Quietus, based on the post-war struggles of the veteran community.
Content by Clayton Bradshaw
A New Beginning: PHR Field Notes
BY Clayton Bradshaw
In order to find relevance in the world, we must ask what we are seeking from it. Field Notes pursues change inside and out. We do not want to bore the world with articles that appease the sensibilities of other writers. We want to challenge the systems and structures around us. We want to mold the world of writing and make it more democratic.