"I write because I am poorly adjusted to reality."
Rosario Josefina Ferré Ramírez de Arellano (September 28, 1938 – February 18, 2016) was a Puerto Rican author whose works include fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.
Her family was one of the wealthiest in Puerto Rico. Her father, former Puerto Rico Governor Luis Ferré, was the third Puerto Rican to be elected to that position. During his term (1969-1972), her mother died, and Rosario replaced her in her role as Puerto Rico's First Lady.
Works by Rosario Ferré include:
- Sweet Diamond Dust: Originally published in Spanish under the title Maldito amor (Cursed Love). Contains a novella of the same title and three short stories
- The Youngest Doll: Another anthology of short stories, including one sharing its title with collection.
- The House on the Lagoon
- Eccentric Neighborhoods
- Flight of the Swan (Vuelo del cisne)''