Rosey Lee writes uplifting fiction about family and friendship. A native of the West Bank of New Orleans, Louisiana, she’s a fan of good food and a good time. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, and enjoys cooking, flower arranging, listening to live music, and occasional bursts of fanatical bargain shopping.
As a child, Rosey dreamed of a career in writing, fashion design, and acting. She uses the pen name Rosey Lee as she pursues her passion for writing. Her alter ego is a physician who has dedicated her career to individual and community-based approaches to health equity. Her writing is influenced by the people, traditions, and food that keep her connected to the South. Rosey is the author of the chapbooks Beautiful, Complicated Family: Volume 1 and Beautiful, Complicated Family: Volume 2. Her short stories have appeared in Necessary Fiction, Bending Genres, Barren Magazine, Turnpike Magazine, Wellington Street Review, and elsewhere. “Wind Chill”, her story inspired by Gone with the Wind, was nominated for the 2019 Best of the Net anthology.
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