Diana is pleased to announce the publication of Walk Me to Schenectady, her seventh volume of poetry, published by Depot Books, and beautifully designed and produced in a fine letterpress clothbound edition by San Francisco's Arion Press. The book is available from Depot Books and Amazon. Read more about it here, and to see a recent feature story on Diana from the Marin Independent Journal, read here.
Diana's latest novel is Dark Aura, featuring Carla Day and her elderly father, an Egyptologist with early-stage Alzheimer's. You can read more about it here, along with information on the first two in the series, Erased From Memory and Murder Never Forgets. Booklist calls Diana's mysteries a "fascinating, genre-bending mix of literary and crime fiction..."
You can also read about Diana and why she writes what she does in her Q & A, as well as read samples of her poetry. Her first novel, I WISH THIS WAR WERE OVER, was runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize. Her second novel, THE BRIDE WHO RAN AWAY was described by The London Guardian as "excruciatingly good."