Brittni Brinn was born Brittni Ann Carey in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She studied English and Drama at Concordia University College of Alberta (now Concordia University of Edmonton) before moving to Windsor, Ontario for graduate studies. She received her M.A. of Creative Writing in 2015. She co-hosted Hardcover: A Literary Podcast for two years and has written three plays for Paper-Knife Theatre. Besides books, her interests include coffee, songwriting, and cyborgs.
An unfathomable catastrophe strikes: The Patch Project tells the tales of a few people who manage to get by in its wake. Its vivid scenes hint at the larger storyworld beyond the safety of a house (or convenience store) walls. Refreshing and tantalizing, this story matches unexpected characters and scenarios with anticipated confrontations.
Brent Ryan Bellamy, PhD (English and Film Studies, University of Alberta)
2018 — The Patch Project – Post-Apocalyptic novel, published by EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing – www.edgewebsite.com
2015 — “Ginger Ale” – Illustrated poem, posted by Flat Singles Press – http://flatsinglespress.
2015 — shuffle – Novel (Thesis project), published through UWindsor – http://scholar.uwindsor.
2014 — “Debt” – One act play, published in Generation Magazine
2010 — “At the Symphony” – Poem, published in Generation Magazine
Runaway – Full length play, produced by Paper-Knife Theatre (June 2017) https://www.youtube.com/
“The Trade” – One Act play, produced by Paper-Knife Theatre (July 2016) https://www.youtube.com/
“The Styx” – One Act play, produced by Graffiti Mix Arts Collective (July 2013)
“Jaala” – One Act play, produced by Graffiti Mix Arts Collective (July 2013)