Bruce Farrell Rosen
An investment office at a major financial firm by day, Bruce F. Rosen is a writer by night. An award-winning writer as early on as high school, Bruce has written professionally for over three decades and has been featured in such publications as The San Francisco Chronicle and The San Francisco Examiner. In addition to a stint as a journalist in Chinatown, he has crafted essays on sports, politics, economics, and music. The piece that he wrote on his boyhood idol, Sandy Koufax, appeared in the Baseball Hall of Fame. In addition, his series of ‘slice of life’ pieces, including one that focused on Princess Diana, aired on the BBC.
He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy from U.C. Santa Barbara and an M.A. in International Relations from San Francisco State University.
The father of two sons, Bruce lives and works in San Francisco.
This member has not published any books.