Gwynne Hunt


1949 –


Who is Gwynne Hunt?

Gwynne recently published a new book through Silver Bow Publishing, Unlocking the Tin Box. Previously published works include a children's book, The Adventures of Bob & Boo, poetry chapbook. bruises & bad haircuts and a researched grass roots book on missing and murdered women in Canada called rampage:the pathology of an epidemic.

Over a fifteen year period Gwynne directed and produced Eve Enlser's The Vagina Monologues raising over $90,000 to help end violence against women and girls. She wrote, directed and produced 30 plays; also organizing 20 years of Fringe Festivals and artistic events including all forms of art.

Gwynne wrote, edited and produced four magazines; the Rag, Seasons, The Penny Express and Art Link. She has a long history of activism and running healing workshops for women, often using the written word for social justice. Her play Missing toured around the province of BC, even being performed in a women's prison.

For several years she organized a Memory March in Downtown Eastside Vancouver, managed a non-profit for theatre and social justice projects; Art Matters Society.

Gwynne's plays have been performed in Surrey, Maple Ridge, Vancouver, Hope, Chilliwack, Langley, Kelowna, Port Alberni, Abbotsford and Mission.

Gwynne is currently living on Vancouver Island with her family.


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