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Bradley, Anders

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Anders Bradley was born and raised in Long Beach, California. Growing up, his father, a politician and former civil servant, instilled in him a deep love of history. His experiences in his diverse community sparked a persistent interest in cross-cultural and multiracial interactions. Anders is a third-year history student at the University of Washington, Seattle who in his free time enjoys a career as an amateur short story author, mostly in historical fiction. He also enjoys conducting research, most notably into 17th and 18th century Atlantic Canada. Anders hopes, ultimately, to someday pursue a Ph.D. in history from Dalhousie University in Halifax.
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