Temi Rose is a multimedia artist: an actress, graphic artist, photographer, poet, dancer, videographer, and playwright.
She has produced punk rock concerts and plays as well as a women's poetry magazine, Perceptions which is collected at: Wisconsin Serials Memorial Library (US) New York Public Library (US) South Bank Poetry Library (UK) UMI - Bell and Howell Information and Learning (US) Proquest (US) National Library of Poetry (US) The Feminist Archive (UK) Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press (US) Some issues available online at http://www.2cyberwhelm.org/perceptions/
Temi (Brodkey) Rose has been a member of the (Off-Broadway) Ensemble Studio Theatre in Manhattan, since 1978. Free audio books of classic plays that she has produced can be accessed on gutenberg.org at http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/author/46494
Temi has taught video art for Artists in the Schools in Montana, adult education in London for Greenwich College, The Prince's Trust and Save the Children Fund.
Dr. Rose has a Master's Degree in Adult Education, Instructional Technology from the University of Greenwich (UK), and the University of Texas at Austin. And a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, Technology and Art Education, with a concentration on conversation, from the University of Texas at Austin.
Temi has two beloved daughters and three adored grandsons. She is the only child of the late Harold Brodkey, novelist.
"The e-book medium is an exciting new adventure for me. I hope to produce many enjoyable, thought-provoking works to share." temi rose