Beverley has written for theatre, TV and film. Beverley's writing for theatre includes Thin Ice (co-written with Banuta Rubess) Dora and Chalmer's Awards, published by Playwrights Canada Press), Clue in the Fast Lane (co-written with Ann-Marie MacDonald), the critically acclaimed The Eyes of Heaven (Published in The Canadian Theatre Review Fall 2007, Scirocco 2010) and The Woman in White (adapted from the novel by Wilkie Collins) which was produced at Theatre Aquarius in Hamilton. Her play Innocence Lost: A Play about Steven Truscott was a sold out hit at the Blyth Festival in both the 2008 and 2009 seasons and was nominated for a Governor General's Literary Award. Innocence Lost is published by Scirocco Press. She has also written extensively for CBC radio drama; both original dramas and adaptations. Her adaptation of Rohinton Mistry's epic novel A Fine Balance and her original drama It Came from Beyond! both earned her nominations for a Writer's Guild of Canada Award. She has worked as the story editor on the award winning radio series Afghanada, as well as producing the second season and directing five episodes. She also has dramatized the following books for radio: Alias Grace, Away, The Secret World of Og (Silver Medal Award Winner - New York Festival - International Radio Awards) and The Englishman's Boy. Other original dramas include the hugely popular series The Super Adventures of Mary Marvelous and several episodes of Hartfeldt Saskatchewan. Beverley's television writing credits include episodes of Ready or Not, Sesame Park and Street Legal. She has also written a film script entitled The Partly True Story of Pearl Heart. Beverley trained as an actor at Studio 58 in Vancouver, and has performed in TV, film and in theatres across the country. Beverley is a member of PEN Canada: an organization that assists writers around the world who are persecuted for the peaceful expression of their ideas. She lives in Toronto, Canada.