Diane Goodman

Diane Goodman

  • USA

Diane Goodman is an American writer and Associate Professor of English at Grand Canyon University. She was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and lived in Miami Beach for 15 years before relocating to Phoenix in 2012. Diane has a PhD in English from Case Western Reserve University, a Masters in English from the University of Delaware, a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Antioch University and a Bachelor of Arts in Science Writing from Denison University. Diane’s publications include 3 collections of short stories (Party Girls, 2011; The Plated Heart, 2006; The Genius of Hunger, 2001) and various poems and non-fiction essays & articles in literary journals and magazines.

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