Rosalind Stopps has spent much of her life working with children with disabilities. She has always written stories, both long and short, and has had many of them read at Liars League in London, New York, Hong Kong and Leeds. Several stories have been published in Arachne anthologies.
Rosalind now works as a host at the Southbank and has just been signed by a leading agent for her latest novel.
Rosalind’s story for Dusk, One Two Three, One Two Three will be read at Rossendale and Lancaster and she describes it as a story of keeping time, even as the light fades.
Recipes for a Successful Working Life is set at Norwood Junction and is a tale of work-place bullying and pizza ovens.
and two stories in Lovers’ Lies, How to Survive the Olympics with a Broken Heart, and Monsieur Fromage.