Diana's stories and articles have appeared in a variety of 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.
She received the Alexander Patterson Cappon prize for best short story at New Letters and her work has been shortlisted or received honorable mention from Glimmer Train, Hunger Mountain, Bethesda Magazine and Sport Literate. Diana has served as the artist-in-residence at Catoctin Mountain Park, and has been awarded residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, Cill Rialaig, Co. Kerry, Ireland, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.
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Diana was born and raised in New York City. She attended the University of California at Berkeley and Cornell University where she studied environmental science and sustainable agriculture, two topics about which she is almost as passionate as her writing. After a few bi-coastal shuffles, she landed outside of Washington D.C. in 1996. She's been there ever since, writing, raising a family, a little bit of trouble, and the occasional vegetable. She received an M.A. in Writing from Johns Hopkins in 2018, has taught science writing at the Univ. of Maryland, College Park, and currently teaches creative writing with the New Directions Program at the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis. She also works as a freelance editor with select clients.