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Diane G. Martin, Russian literature specialist, Willamette University graduate, winner of the Diana Woods Memorial Award for Creative Nonfiction, has published poetry, prose, and photography in numerous literary journals including New London Writers, Vine Leaves Literary Review, Poetry Circle, Open: Journal of Arts and Letters, Breath and Shadow, the Willamette Review of the Liberal Arts, Portland Review of Art, Pentimento, Twisted Vine Leaves, The Examined Life, Wordgathering, Dodging the Rain, Antiphon, Dark Ink, Gyroscope, Poor Yorick, Rhino, Conclave, Slipstream, Stonecoast Review— including cover photo— Steam Ticket, Third Wednesday, Pigeonholes, Shantih, Zingara, Shooter, The Grief Diaries, Lunch Ticket, Lady Liberty, Lowestoft Chronicle, The Ekphrastic Review, The Bangor Literary Journal, Soliloquies, Poui, Talking Writing, The Helix Magazine, and forthcoming in Tulane Review, and Curating Alexandria. 

Long-time resident of Nevada, Oregon, San Francisco, CA, Maine, USA, St. Petersburg, Russia, and Sansepolcro, Italy, Diane has traveled throughout much of the world, often reluctantly. The themes of exile, disability, and displacement pervade her work. She has completed several books of poetry, as well as a recently completed a collection of creative nonfiction pieces. 

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August 2019

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