Diana Whitney writes across genres in Vermont with a focus on feminism, motherhood, and sexuality. Her first book, Wanting It, became an indie bestseller and won the Rubery Book Award in poetry. For years she was the poetry critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, where she featured women authors and LGBTQ voices in her column. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, Glamour, the Washington Post, the Kenyon Review, and many more. A feminist activist in her hometown and beyond, Diana works as an editor and a yoga teacher.
Her latest book is a diverse anthology of contemporary poetry for teen girls from from Workman Publishing, You Don’t Have to Be Everything: Poems for Girls Becoming Themselves.
Find out more: www.diana-whitney.com
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