Rosa Silverman is a feature writer at The Daily Telegraph, where her work has ranged from a four-part series on the plight of the British high street to a first-person exposition of life as a geriatic millennial. A mother of two young children, she also writes the Telegraph’s parenting newsletter and occasionally appears as a guest on BBC radio shows such as Woman’s Hour.
Rosa began her career on local newspapers before working as a national news reporter for the Press Association, criss-crossing the country and sometimes Europe to cover breaking stories. She has reported on notorious crimes, high-profile court cases and once revealed what the Queen made of the 2008 financial crisis.
She is currently working on her debut novel.
Twitter - @RosaSilverman
Represented by: Philip Patterson