Who Lives Here
This is the webhome of Diana Friedman, writer, not to be confused with Diana Friedman, author of Sitcom Style or Diana Friedman, Texas Divorce Lawyer, or Diana Friedman, recent graduate of Brown University, or Diana Friedman, activist from the same town as me, or Diana Friedman, 4H professional extraordinaire, or Diana Friedman, reviewer of thrash metal concerts, or all of the other Diana Friedmans being born and named this very moment and with whom we will all eventually have to share valuable Google real estate.
So what exactly does this Diana Friedman do?
First and foremost, she writes: Short stories, essays, articles and one novel, All That You Can Leave Behind, a contemporary tale of desire, dislocation and U2 infatuation. With any luck it will be out in the world in the not-too-too distant future. A chapter excerpt is now available here and from Defying Gravity, an anthology of writings from Washington DC women.
Diana's stories and articles have found homes in various places including the Baltimore Sun, Newsweek, Flyway:Journal of Writing and Environment, Whole Earth Review, Bethesda Magazine, Ithaca Women’s Anthology, the Legendary, Sport Literate, Animal: A Beast of a Literary Magazine, and Stone Highway Review, among others.
Recounting Crows, a meditation on death and decay from the D.C. burbs, published in Animal: a Beast of a Literary Magazine, just in time for Halloween.
March, 2014. Novel excerpt appears in Defying Gravity,
alongside great writing from fellow Washingtonian scribes. Available from Paycock Press. Read an excerpt here.
Rookie League selected for reprint in For the Love of Baseball, alongside notables such as George Plimpton, Frank DeFord and Yogi Berra (!) Edited by Lee Gutkind and Andrew Blauner. Available now from Amazon.
Alexander Patterson Cappon Fiction Prize
for the best short story at New Letters. Publication, May, 2014.