Carol Rosenfeld is an accomplished short fiction writer and poet—though it’s been a while since she participated in a poetry slam.  Soon Bywater Books will be publishing The One That Got Away, the first novel by this writer described as “A fruit cup in the whole-grain world of literary fiction”.  A Juris Doctor (she studied at night school!), she is kept very busy as the voluntary chair of the Publishing Triangle, which has been promoting LGBT literature since 1988.  And that’s when she’s not at her day job, working for an organization that administers grants for the many colleges in the City University of New York.

She’s lived in New York since 1976, and can often be found at the opera—she has a growing fascination for Wagner (and quite a few questions, too).