Rosie's piece was selected to open new poetry and prose anthology Queer Episodes from publisher Little Episodes. Other featured contributors include Jonathan Kemp, Clayton Littlewood and more and proceeds go to the Albert Kennedy Trust.
Rosie's brand new stand up show 'Is Monogamy Dead?' appears at Assembly Rooms at Edinburgh Fringe 2013 this August and investigates polyamory, infidelity, married dating sites, the neuroscience of long term commitment and the results of her own sex survey.
Rosie's latest multimedia storytelling show Nineties Woman received support from Arts Council England and premiered in March at Shout Festival in Birmingham. Part documentary, part live show, she traces the collective of women who produced York University women's newspaper Matrix to find out what they're all doing now. If you were involved with Matrix, particularly in the late 90s, please get in touch via the contact page. The show appears at the Exhibit Cinema in Balham on May 16th and on July 2nd as part of the Face to Face festival of Solo Theatre at the Lost Theatre in Wandsworth. Post show discussions about DIY publishing saw Rosie meeting a group of Birmingham women had to duplicate their earlier feminist zine on a Banda machine (google it)