Rozsa Gaston is an author who writes playful books on serious matters. Women getting what they want out of life is one of them. She studied European intellectual history at Yale, and then received her master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia. In between, Gaston worked as a singer/pianist all over the world.
Gaston worked at Institutional Investor Magazine for eight years, then WR Capital Management before devoting herself to writing full time. She is the author ofParis Adieu(2012), Running from Love (2012), ;Dog Sitters (Astraea Press: 2013), Lyric (Astraea Press: 2013), and Black is Not a Color (coming out in Feb. 2014). She is a board member of the Yale Alumni Association of Greenwich.