. . . lives in Louisiana’s bayou country with her historian husband and three cats. She has published three anthologies and three books of poetry. Her work appears in several anthologies, including Villanelles and Killer Verse, both from Pocket Poets She won the Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award in 2012 and 2013. Gail’s chapbook, Sonnets In A Hostile World, is available from Amazon. Her latest collection is Asperity Street (Able Muse Press).
Diana's first poem (at age 8) was torn up in anger. An audience has been slow to accumulate, understandably, since she wrote no poems for decades, and then transgressed, she was told, by writing a sonnet with a happy ending.
Her poems have appeared in Agenda, Smiths Knoll, and on the Poetry Society’s website. She was described in The Independent (2008) as “a fresh voice”, and seeks a publisher for a happy sonnet about mysterious unicycling children.