About Bronwen Fleetwood
Bronwen Fleetwood writes fiction for young adults, and nonfiction for writers.
Her novel-length fiction focuses on the lives of young women as they come into their own, often with a hint of magic. She’s always been fascinated by fairy tales and myths, and always wanted to know why so many female characters get the short end of the stick in such stories–and in life in general. It must be all that “GIRL POWER” messaging in her youth.
Her leadership of the Princeton Writing Group resulted in increased membership, strong community, and several books published. She was a Municipal Liaison for National Novel Writing Month’s Central New Jersey chapter. With her co-ML she hosted Write All Night, a 24-hour writing event in November. She studied creative writing at Eugene Lang, The New School for Liberal Arts.
Her work has been recognized by multiple competitions, including Author Mentor Match and the Young Adult Romance Writers of America’s Rosemary competition. She was twice accepted to the Rutgers University Council on Children’s Literature Conference where she workshopped her fiction with agent mentors. Her writing about writing can be found on BronwenFleetwood.com and elsewhere around the web, including DIY MFA and #RWchat.
Bronwen currently lives on the Whale Coast of South Africa, between the mountains, the sea, and a lake.
She is currently seeking representation for fiction.