Rosalind Easton was born in London and grew up in Salisbury, Wiltshire. After a first degree in English, she qualified as a dance teacher, spending five years teaching ballet, modern theatre and tap before returning to university to complete her PGCE and MA. She has taught English in South East London secondary schools for ten years.

Rosalind started writing poetry in 2018. Her debut collection Black Mascara (Waterproof) was a winner in the 2020 Poetry Business International Book & Pamphlet competition, judged by Imtiaz Dharker and Ian McMillan. Her poetry is published or forthcoming in The Alchemy Spoon, Fragmented Voices, One Hand Clapping, and The North.

She has recently completed her PhD on Sarah Waters at Birkbeck College, University of London.