Cynthia Rosi: Journalist and Author

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At the age of twenty I emigrated by myself from Seattle to London, England. I had only £800 in my pocket, but I had moxie and hustle.

In London I worked as a reporter, a job my first editor said was as easy as “putting your hand in a meat grinder.” He was right.

Now I work for NBC4i.com, where I tell the stories of Columbus, Ohio, using a Sony A7III, an iPhone 9, and a DJI Osmo. I cut all my own work in Premiere Pro, and write the stories in Word Press.

While I was raising kids, I had a radio show and worked as a freelance writer.

I also wrote three novels: Motherhunt (Headline UK) Butterfly Eyes (Headline UK) and The Light Catcher (Assent).

In 2014 I earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles. In 2015 my third novel The LightCatcher won an Official Selection in the New Apple Book Awards.

Journalist and Author