Author/Editor: Pat Rosier

Pat Rosier

Pat Rosier was a journalist and magazine editor who previously worked as a school teacher. She worked as an organisational consultant. She was well known to readers of literary magazines and to radio audiences.

Her writing included non-fiction, fiction, and a little poetry. She wrote two novels, Poppy's Progress (2002) and Poppy's Return (2004). She was also the author of Get Used To It! Children of Gay and Lesbian Parents (co-written with Myra Hauschild, 1999).

She died in 2014, at the age of 72.

Books published by, or available from, Spinifex
Get Used To It
Poppy's Progress
Poppy's Return

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