Dionne Bremyer

Associate Professor
Creative Writing Program

Research Interests

Fiction and Creative Nonfiction Writing; Caribbean Literatures, Contemporary Literature


Dionne Irving Bremyer is originally from Toronto, Ontario. Her work has appeared in Story,  Boulevard, LitHub, Missouri Review, and New Delta Review, among other journals and magazines. She earned her Ph.D. in creative writing from Georgia State University. Her novel Quint will be published by 7.13 Books in August, 2021 and her short story collection Islands is forthcoming from Catapult Books in 2022.    

She believes in Creative Writing as a practice of empathy. Her work both investigates and questions received notions concerning the complex interplay of the social, personal, cultural, and national hybridity emergent in a postcolonial world.

Photo Credit: Myriam Nicodemus

Email: dbremyer@nd.edu
Phone: (574) 631-7332
Office: 233 Decio Faculty Hall

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