Declan Bradley

Writer of the Year


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The Expanse Season 5 Review

The Expanse is rated TV-14 by IMDB. Episode 4 is now nominated for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form at the 2021 Hugo Awards. Back in December 2020, which, during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, seems to me to have been several years ago, the fifth season of the Hugo Award winning series The Expanse premiered on … Continue reading The Expanse Season 5 Review

People Were There To Make Their Voices Heard: An Interview with Mrs. Jackson

2020 has been a year like no other, and the 2020 election was no different. Luckily for us, one of City’s very own teachers, Mrs. Jackson (née Donohue) volunteered* to be a poll worker on election day and agreed to share her story. This interview has been edited for clarity and brevity. Describe a day … Continue reading People Were There To Make Their Voices Heard: An Interview with Mrs. Jackson

Understanding Banned Books

When I first began writing for The City Voice – more than two years ago now – the place where I first found a passion for writing and journalism was the book review column. I wrote The City Voice’s first book review, an admittedly disorganized collection of sci-fi and fantasy YA novels that had caught … Continue reading Understanding Banned Books

In Defense of Google Classroom

In a year marred by chaos, uncertainty, and the daily struggle of getting to class online, Google Classroom remained unwaveringly steadfast. My classes have used Google Classrooms since 7th grade, but this year especially became my home base, the first site I visited once I’d gotten my laptop powered on in the predawn light. … Continue reading In Defense of Google Classroom