Bronwen Keyes-Bevan is a Toronto-based writer. Born in Toronto but raised in Ireland, Bronwen studied filmmaking at University of Winchester, UK; screenwriting at Humber College, Toronto; and is currently training to become a book editor through the publishing program at Toronto Metropolitan (formally Ryerson) University. She is at work on her debut novel and lives in Toronto with her husband and their son.

Her writing on literature, art, and entertainment has appeared in The Irish Times, The National Post, Flare, Post City, and elsewhere. Her personal essays have appeared on She Does The City and in the Irish Times anthology, Ireland and Me: Reflections by Emigrants. She is a member of the University of Toronto’s Hart House Literary and Library Committee, a prose reader for the literary journal CRAFT Literary, and was one of Diaspora Dialogues' 2020 mentees.

Her latest screenplay was shortlisted for the Sundance International Screenwriters Lab and the WeScreenplay Diverse Voices Contest. She honed her writing craft as assistant to Emmy Award-winning writer and director, Patricia Rozema (Into The Forest, Mansfield Park, I’ve Heard The Mermaids Singing) and taught filmmaking at University of Toronto’s Hart House.

For more information on Bronwen's work or to contact her, feel free to get in touch. You can also find her on Twitter @BronwenKeyesBev, Instagram @BronwenKeyesBevan, or see what she's been reading at Goodreads.

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