Chantal Braganza


Chantal Braganza is a writer and editor living in Toronto. By day she produces stories about social justice for Ontario public broadcaster TVO, and writes about books, food and pop culture in her spare time.

Braganza has reported on jazz icons, bank fraudsters and porn academia, and written personal essays on bilingualism, miscarriage and the cultural history of dunking foods. Her work has been nominated multiple times for National Magazine and Digital Publishing awards, and has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Hazlitt, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, Reader’s Digest, FASHION Magazine and Maisonneuve, among others.