Rosalind Brackenbury is an English writer who now lives in Key West. She has
published eleven novels, three of which are currently available. “The
Circus At The End Of The World” is set in Australia and is about a boy
searching for his mother, who is a circus performer. “Seas Outside The
Reef” is a love story which bridges the political divide of the US and
Cuba and is set in Key West. Both are from Daniel & Daniel, California,
as is a new collection of short stories, “Between Man and Woman Keys”.
Her most recent novel, “The House In Morocco” (Toby Press) is
out in March 2003.
She is a published poet, has four poetry collections to her name, the latest
of which, “The Beautiful Routes Of The West” is largely about
discovering the Florida Keys. She is a member of the Key West Authors’
Co-op, whose new collection, “Mango Summers” came out in 2002.
As book editor for Solares Hill newspaper, (also online) she will be known
to many readers for her weekly column on books and reading. She is married
to writer Allen Meece and enjoys living in Old Town, Key West.