19th March 2014: Rosalie Parker's story "Untouchable" has been published in The Horror Fields, published by Morpheus Tales.
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26th June 2013: Rosalie Parker's story "The Thames" is published in Terror Tales of London, edited by Paul Finch, published by Gray Friar Press.
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April 2013: Rosalie Parker's story "The Nurse’s Letter: An Addendum to ‘The White People’" is published in Faunus 27, the journal of the Friends of Arthur Machen.
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20th February 2013: M.R. Cosby's Strange Designs blog includes 'Rain' by Rosalie Parker at number eight in his top ten short stories in horror, complied to celebrate Women in Horror Month.
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4th February 2013: Rosalie Parker's story "Oracle", set in the Yorkshire Dales, is published in Dark World. All profits from this new collection of ghost stories will be used to help the Amala Children’s Home, funding a three-week working trip in July 2013, and being donated directly to the cause.
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28th November 2012: Robinson is shortly to publish an ebook of a mini-anthology, The Unexpected, containing Rosalie Parker's short story 'In the Garden'.
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5th November: Last night in Toronto, Rosalie Parker (along with Ray Russell) received the World Fantasy Award for Tartarus Press.
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1st October 2012: There is a new, favourable review of The Old Knowledge at The Pan Review.
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1st September: A second printing of The Old Knowledge  is now available from the Swan River Press.
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31st May 2012: Rosalie Parker has been interviewed by John Kenny at the Swan River Press website.
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21st July 2011: The Old Knowledge is reviewed by The Stars at Noonday: "... straightforward, unassuming prose belies a keen psychological insight. Old knowledge is never without its secrets and mysteries, and neither is The Old Knowledge."
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9th July 2011: The Old Knowledge is now available as an ebook direct from Tartarus Press or Amazon.
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16th February, 2011: The new issue of Black Static includes a good review forThe Old Knowledge. Peter Tennant writes: ". . . a beautifully produced collection of nine stories by Rosalie Parker, in which themes of ancient knowledge intrud[e] into the modern world. . .  My favourite out of all that’s on offer, there’s a delightful ambiguity to ‘The Cook’s Story’ . . . The atmosphere of a country house and the life of wealthy people are brought to vivid life . . . with a sense of the madness and alienation that’s bubbling away beneath the surface and just waiting to explode."
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5th January: A fine review by Kate Haynes in the Ghostly Company Newsletter: "The Old Knowledge is perfect reading for a winter's afternoon when the light is beginning to fail. Curl up by the fire in your holiday cottage, open a good bottle of red, and enjoy."
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21st December: Peter Tennant describes "In the Garden" as a "creepy little delight" in his review of the Mammoth Book of Best New Horror #21 in Case Notes for Black Static.
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8th December: The Old Knowledge is reviewed by Mario Guslandi at The Short Review:"Well crafted prose hinting in soft tones at the darker side of reality" , and Rosalie Parker is also interviewed on the same site.
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21st November: A new review of The Old Knowledge has been published at The Black Abyss.
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13th November 2010, A good review at Publishers Weekly for The Old Knowledge: "Parker shows considerable skill at creating dramatic tension and moods of menace that will appeal to fans of subtly told tales of the macabre."
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21st September: The Old Knowledge is currently subject to a "real-time" review by Des Lewis.
"This book, despite its disarmingly simple pure prose style and traditional-seeming supernatural plots, is possibly more intriguing than many a book with dense textured styles and ostensibly complicated plots. An eye-opener for me."
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18th September, 2010: The Old Knowledge, published by The Swan River Press is now available. It was launched at Fantasycon 17th September, 2010, at the Britannia Hotel, Nottingham.
At the same convention Rosalie Parker attended the signing for the Mammoth Book of Best New Horror #21 which contains her story "In The Garden" from The Fifth Black Book of Horror.
 
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30th January 2010: Rosalie Parker's story 'In The Garden' is singled out for praise at Tales from the Black Abyss in a review of The Fifth Black Book of Horror. It is described as "an almost poetic short piece full of emotion and atmosphere" and later as "elegiac".
29th September 2009: Rosalie Parker's story 'In The Garden' is now available in The Fifth Black Book of Horror, edited by Charles Black, September, 2009.
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 20th June, 2009: Rosalie Parker's short story 'The Picture' is published in Supernatural Tales 15, edited by David Longhorn.
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29th May 2009: 'Spirit Solutions' is now available in The Black Veil.