Agent : Julia Churchill
Rosalind Stopps has always wanted to tell the stories of the less heard. For many years she worked with children with disabilities and their families.
She has five grown up children, three grandchildren and an MA in creative writing from Lancaster University. Rosalind’s short stories have been published in five anthologies and read at live literature events in London, Leeds, Hong Kong and New York.
She lives is South East London with large numbers of humans and dogs. When she is not writing fiction she is, mostly, reading it or working as a host at London’s South Bank Arts Centre.
Hello, My Name is May is her debut novel.