Rosita Steenbeek (born 1957) debuted in 1994 with the novel The Last Woman, which has been translated into German, Italian, Czech and Polish. Subsequently she wrote several novels including Underworld, Sicilian Testament and Different Light. She has also written a number of very successful books about Rome, where she has lived since 1985.The Polish translation of At Home in Rome will be published by Marginesy this fall.
In may 2015 her new novel Rose will be published in the Netherlands In Rose, Rosita Steenbeek tells the story of her grandmother, the daughter of a Jewish mother and a German father, who in 1929 falls in love with a Dutch minister.
For more information on the foreign rights, please contact her agency Shared stories.