Chloe Rose is a graduate of the BFA Creative Writing program (2015) at the University of British Columbia, and is currently studying Biochemistry at Concordia University in Montréal.
Her non-fiction work covering tech, finance, and society has appeared internationally for CBC, the Globe and Mail, Chatelaine, Quartz, The Tyee, Maisonneuve, Lift&Co, Maclean’s, Lilith Magazine and Ha’aretz. See featured work on this page.
Her original screenwriting works include The Good Fight, starring Amanda Burke (The X-Files), and Big O, starring Robyn Westcott (Arrow, Almost Actors). Her films have won numerous festival awards, including four-time Best Original Screenplay. Her work in television includes story editing for Keeping Canada Safe (CBC), and My Floating Home (FYI). Chloe co-wrote and executive produced a limited pilot series, Green-ish, starring Tanja Dixon-Warren (iZombie) and Curtis Talon (Motive) in 2015. Full screenwriting credits listed at IMDB.
Chloe also wrote some silly things for The Syrup Trap and worked as a judge for the NYC Midnight 2018-2020 Short Story and Screenplay contests.