Tracey S. Rosenberg grew up in the United States and has since lived in England, Ireland and Romania, where she was a Fulbright scholar in Creative Writing. She is now based permanently in Scotland. Her poetry has been widely published in journals and anthologies, including Gutter Magazine, The Frogmore Papers, and New Writing Scotland. She is a past winner of a New Writers Award from the Scottish Book Trust and a Creative Scotland Professional Development Grant, both with poetry projects.
In 2011 Rosenberg published the historical novel, The Girl in the Bunker, with Cargo Publishing. She has two poetry pamphlets, Lipstick is Always a Plus (Stewed Rhubarb Press, 2012) and The Naming of Cancer (Neon, 2014). She is a committee member of the grassroots literary collective, Inky Fingers.