D.M. Rosner's non-fiction has appeared in The Writer and Writer's Journal magazines, The Writer's Handbook (2000 and 2001 editions), and A Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Autism; she is also author of The China Doll, a picture book teaching children in grades K-3 about their peers with autism. Two of her short stories have won awards, and others can be found in such notable publications as the Dead Promises anthology and the Mensa Bulletin.
When not writing or working for Autism Gear, Ms. Rosner can usually be found behind a camera lens. She lives in Florida with her two sons, and far too many cats.