Kaden Brown


Kaden Brown lives in Christchurch, New Zealand where he studies, writes and works. He moved from the UK in 2008 where he worked full-time.

He has attended three universities, having studied BSc Applied Psychology at JMU, BA Politics and Social Policy at VUW, and BA(Hon) Political Science at UC. His passion is taking ideas and extrapolating hidden plots and stories making them into bigger, more vibrant worlds.

His feature-length screenplays include “Dee Dee” (NZ/paranormal), “Sadie” (US/horror), and “State of Trance” (US/thriller), as well as the short screenplay “Jay Lax”.

Kaden’s stories include the autobiographical short “A Boy and a Girl” and the urban fiction “Rhesus A”. He is currently working on the paranormal fiction “Lilith”, and feature-length screenplay, “The Statue Boy” (in collaboration).

Prior to writing for pleasure Kaden wrote academic papers, including the political pamphlet “Application of Social Economics in a Communitarian Democracy”, research papers covering the Basque separatist movement Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA); the Southern Ocean Whaling Sanctuary; prospects for integration within the European Union; and the nature of secluded social capital.

At the present time Kaden is seeking professional representation as a novelist.

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