Rosemary Dun is a lover of words. Having been a terrible show-off as a child, she swapped a career of torturing (I mean treating) patients as a physio for performing poetry and making up rubbish comedy songs on her ukulele. Her poetry and short stories are published widely, and she has won prizes including Fish Short Story and the Ian St James Award. She has a MA in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University, was runner up in the UK Festival of Romance’s New Talent Award, and she also received funding from the Arts Council to finish a novel. As well as writing and sometimes performing, Rosemary teaches creative writing for The Open University.
Her debut romcom novel The Trouble With Love was published by Sphere of Little, Brown. She is represented by Kate Hordern Literary Agency.
Rosemary lives in Bristol where she is often visited by her two girls (now in their twenties – how did that happen!). Luckily her girls have survived her can’t-cook-I’m-too-busy-writing, rather slapdash mothering skills.