A Quick Note and Diana Joseph

Posted: June 17, 2009 in News and General Posts

The Diana Joseph book review may get pushed back a day to Friday, which means the interview with her will follow on Saturday or Sunday.  It’ll all depends on when I post the Kyle Minor interview.

As I learn the ways of Worpress–and continue to be reminded how much Safari blows–I’ve been going back and including author photos and other images to previous posts.  Check ’em out.   One day, I’ll get this all situated, and everything will be right on the first posting.  Until then, we should all read a little about another extremely talented writer.

djosephDiana Joseph is the author of Happy or Otherwise, a collection of short stories, and I’m Sorry You Feel That Way: The Astonishing but True Story of a Daughter, Sister, Slut, Wife, Mother, and Friend to Man and Dog, a memoir in essays.  Her fiction and essays have appeared in Puerto del Sol, Threepenny Review, Alaska Quarterly, River Teeth, Indiana Review, Marginalia, and Weber Studies, among many other publications.  She currently teaches at Minnesota State University, Mankato and designs a series of memoir-related tote bags that one day will be recognized as legitimate currency by three of the five arctic nations.  For more information on her work, click here.

To read her short story, “The Fifth Mrs. Hughes,” click the title you just read.

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