Andrew Brobyn is a twenty-seven-year-old, Toronto-based writer of poetry, fiction, film, criticism, and essays. He studied philosophy and natural sciences at the University of Guelph, then Creative Book Publishing at Humber College, and is a relative newcomer to the world of Canadian literature. Andrew has had his work published in Feathertale Review, Ascent Aspirations, Pouch Magazine (U.S.), The Danforth Review, and The Puritan’s Town-Crier. In 2015 Andrew sold the rights to a feature-length-film. Andrew has also been a feature reader for Emerging Writers, Outrageous, Slackline, and the High Park Reading Festival. Since interning with Cormorant Books in 2013 he has worked as a freelance editor, pursuing his artistic passions whenever time permits.
Publications and Experience:
Three haiku published in Feathertale Review #10 and further online publications (poetry and short fiction) available here.
“Reflections on Songs beyond Bounds: Marc di Saverio’s Sanatorium Songs” (includes a glosa, written by Andrew Brobyn, incorporating a haiku from Sanatorium Songs): this is a review of a debut poetry collection from Palimpsest.
My short story Ghostwriter was published in The Danforth Review #62.
While employed as an intern by Cormorant Books, I received editorial acknowledgments in Greg Kearney’s latest novel, The Desperates.
My poem, ‘One of Us Was Empty‘, appeared in Issue Zero of Pouch Magazine.
Two poems in Ascent Aspirations, August 2014.
Have featured at readings with Emerging Writers, Outrageous, Cometry Poedy, Slackline, Sunday Poetry at Ellington’s, and High Park Reading Festival 2014.