Alumni Spotlight: Heather Diamond
by Writing Workshops Staff
A year ago
Moving and travel have been Heather's biggest writing influences. She is working on a second memoir about leaving the Pacific Northwest for Arkansas and Texas.
Last fall, Heather took our Writing Essays About Travel and Food 4-Week Online Workshop with Diana Spechler. Of Diana's class, she said, "It is always fascinating and inspiring to read what other writers are doing." In the short term, Heather wants to publish another memoir and a collection of CNF essays.
We're rooting for you, Heather! Thank you for letting us be part of your writing journey!
BIO: Heather Diamond has a Ph.D. in American Studies and has worked as a bookseller, university lecturer, and museum curator. She is the author of American Aloha: Cultural Tourism and the Negotiation of Tradition and Rabbit in the Moon: A Memoir. Her essays have appeared in Memoir Magazine, Sky Island Journal, (Her)oics: Women’s Lived Experiences of the Pandemic, Rappahannock Review, Hong Kong Review, Waterwheel Review, Pacifica Review, and Undomesticated Magazine. For now, Heather lives in Hong Kong.
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