Carole Rosenthal

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Carole Rosenthal (born 13 December 1940) is a fiction writer, the author of It Doesn't Have To Be Me, a collection of short stories.

Written works[edit]

Carole Rosenthal's fiction is published in commercial and literary magazines that range from the experimental (such as The Cream City Review and the Minnesota review) to the mainstream (Including Transatlantic Review, Other Voices, Confrontation, Another Chicago Magazine, Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine and Alfred Hitchock Magazine), to the political (Mother Jones, Ms.). Frequently anthologized (Not Somewhere Else but Here, Powers of Desire, Masterpieces of Mystery, Love Stories by New Women), her writing has also been dramatized for radio, television, and stage.

Some fiction online includes News from the Past, Broken Windows, and Fusion


See reviews of her work at

Current activities[edit]

She is a Professor of English and Humanities at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, and a Distinguished Professor. She is presently working on a novel.

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