MacGregor-Bromfield, born July 1961 and raised in London, England, is the
eldest of three girls for her Jamaican father and Dominican mother. Dawn and her
family came to live in Jamaica in the early 1970's. Inspired by the beauty of
the country and its people, she started writing poetry and found that she had
the aptitude to write at will. Friends and schoolmates capitalized on this by
requesting poems for their boyfriends and for gifts to family members. They would
furnish details and she would put these into poetic form.
the years as Dawn matured so did her poetry. The Tigox
collection covers a wide range of topics. The poems help to put
a smile on a depressed face, comfort the disheartened, or help someone to put
into words what they feel, but don't know how to express.
is a Computer Systems Specialist and is presently a freelance computer trainer,
lecturing at schools, business places and conducting individual home training
through her own business, DMac Computer Services Limited.
who plays the piano and teaches others to play the instrument, also dances (creative
dancing) and sings. She is married and has a son.
has chosen Dawn as one of the best poets for the year 2001. Additional samples
of her work can be viewed on their site.