Tendisai Cromwell is a Zimbabwean-born storyteller and the former Executive Director of the Regent Park Film Festival. She has nearly a
decade of diverse writing experience through her pursuits as a creative writer, independent journalist, and documentary filmmaker. Her fiction, which explores faith, spirituality, and the nuances of identity and belonging, has been published in the online platforms “This is World Town” and “Brittle Paper,” and in “Basodee,” an anthology highlighting the works of Black creatives in Canada. One of her most recent stories was shortlisted for the 2017 Ross and Davis Mitchell Prize for Faith and Writing. Tendisai is currently writing her first novel.