An excerpt from Rosanne's novel Zenna Dare has been included in The Busy Earth - a reader in Global Cornish Literature 1700-2000 , edited by Dr Alan M. Kent & Gage McKinney, Cornish Hillside Publications, St Austell, 2008.
The collection also includes an excerpt from Errol Broome's novel, Splashback and the poem, 'Returning to Looe' by Thomas Shapcott.
From the blurb
Spanning three hundred years, this Reader compiles the very best of Global Cornish Literature, written about lands where the Cornish travelled, emigrated and worked. Covering territories such as North and South America, Mexico, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, the authors have trawled numerous sources to expore the way the Cornish saw themselves overseas.
This is a major compilation of Cousin Jack narratives and excerpts from novels, short stories, poetry, journals, letters, songs and journalism, documenting the global emigration of a Celtic people.