Andrej Brázda-Jankovský (or Andrej Brázda) (26 July 1915 – 2008) was a Canadian-based writer who wrote in the Slovak language.
Andrej Brázda-Jankovský was born in 1915 in what is present-day Slovakia.
He emigrated to Canada in 1968, where he lived and worked as a novelist and journalist.
He was the father of Canadian folk musicians Bystrik and Andrew Brazda. He was the grandfather of artist Bozidar Brazda.
He died in 2008 at the age of 93.
All of Brázda's works were written in the Slovak language. These included Vzbúrenec (The Rebel), Svedok Antónia (The Witness Antonia) and Kanadský Slovák (The Canadian Slovak).