Then and Now

March 2nd, 2014 by Darin

Fig. 1: Author photos, then (NOISE, 2009) and now (CHIMPANZEE, 2014).

Fig. 1: Author photos, then (NOISE, 2008) and now (CHIMPANZEE, 2014).

Latest Interview: We Denton Do It

July 16th, 2013 by Darin

Photo by Erin Rambo

We Denton Do It is a hip blog-zine local to my stomping grounds. Recently, they interviewed me about Noise and its relationship to Denton. Please help yourself to a look.

Audible Noise

August 24th, 2012 by Darin

For the audio fans out there, Noise is now available as an Audible audio book.

“Amarnath: Journey to the shrine of a Hindu god”

July 13th, 2012 by Darin

For your consideration: “Amarnath: Journey to the shrine of a Hindu god.”

I’d say they’re onto something.

Marguerite Reed Reviews Noise

July 13th, 2012 by Darin

Over at her blog, writer Marguerite Reed reviews Noise quite positively. Thanks, Marguerite!

Noise Sandwich Board

June 11th, 2012 by Darin

At the Book Week festival in Debrecen.


June 5th, 2012 by Darin

Cover art for the Hungarian translation of Noise.

Image © Főnix Könyvműhely

Noise Goes to Hungary

May 10th, 2012 by Darin

Now that it’s final, I can tell you that Hungarian Publisher Főnix Könyvműhely has bought the Hungarian rights to Noise . . . or, should I say, Zaj. As the publisher puts it:

Szintén egy disztópikus jövőben játszódik Darin Bradley Zaj című debütáló regénye.
A modern kori Legyek urának is nevezett könyv egy olyan világban játszódik, amelyben megtörtént a teljes átállás az analóg televíziózásról a digitálisra, ám a felszabadult frekvenciákat egy világuralomra törő szervezet teszi magáévá, hamarosan vérbe borítva a világot. Két fiatalember, két korábbi cserkész és szerepjátékos száll szembe az új világrenddel, és indul a titokzatos Amaranth megkeresésére. (Tervezett megjelenés: 2012. Ünnepi könyvhét)

Or, if you prefer:

Also in a dystopian future takes Darin Bradley Noise ‘s debut novel.
Modern Flies Lord also called the book a world takes place, which made ​​the whole transition from analogue to digital television, but the released frequencies to a world-domination-breaking organization to embrace, and soon blood covered the world. Two young men, two former scouts and players stay in to face the new world order, starting with the mysterious Amaranth request. (Scheduled release: 2012th Festive Book Week)

I love that translation.

SF Signal Spotlight

May 10th, 2012 by Darin

The people at SF Signal have kindly given me a New Author Spotlight.

Thanks much, SF Signal folks.

FCC Opens White Spaces

March 30th, 2012 by Darin

From the FCC:

“Washington, D.C. – Washington, D.C. – Today, the Federal Communications Commission issued a Public Notice announcing that the Office of Engineering and Technology (OET) has approved Spectrum Bridge Inc.’s television white spaces database system, which may provide service to devices beginning January 26, 2012. OET has also approved a device by Koos Technical Services, Inc. (KTS) as the first product allowed to operate on an unlicensed basis on unused frequencies in the TV bands. The KTS device will operate in conjunction with the Spectrum Bridge TV band database.”

Here comes Salvage.

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