Birthplace: London, England
Current Residence: Key West, FL
Genre: Fiction, Poetry, Short Stories, Key West - Fiction
Rosalind Brackenbury has an Education degree from London University and taught Creative Writing at Edinburgh University. Brackenbury is the author of several novels as well as several poetry collections and short stories. Brackenbury has worked as a book reviewer for the last ten years. She was recently a Fellow of Creative Writing at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia and was a panelist at the Key West Literary Seminar. Brackenbury lives in Key West, Florida.
Becoming George Sand (August 18, 2009)
Windstorm and Flood (2007)
House in Morocco (2003)
Seas Outside the Reef (2000)
Sense and Sensuality : a novel (1985)
Joy of the Nearly Old (2012)
Yellow Swing: Poems (2004)
The beautiful routes of the West : poems (1996)
Between Man and Woman Keys: Stories
See Rosalind Brakenbury books with a Florida setting.
See also It Takes Place in Florida: General Fiction and Poetry.
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