Breanne Mc Ivor is a fiction writer from Diego Martin, Trinidad. She is a former national scholar who studied English at the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh. She has been shortlisted for writing prizes including the Derek Walcott Writing Prize in 2005 and the Fish One-Page Prize in 2010. In 2015, her story ‘Kristoff and Bonnie’ won The Caribbean Writer’s David Hough Literary Prize. Her work has appeared in Commonwealth Writers’ adda, Akashic Books’ Duppy Thursdays, Corvus Review, and elsewhere. Breanne is currently working on her first collection of short stories.
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