Diana Radovan PhD ELS is a Romanian-born (1982) multilingual and multigenre author, currently living in the Bavarian Alpine village of Lenggries, Germany. To date, she has lived in Romania, Canada, and Germany.
She is a regular contributor at Headline Poetry and Press, the Arcana 2020 literary curator, and the founder and former workshop leader of the multicultural group Creative Writing in Munich. Earlier, she was a teacher at Sarah Selecky Writing School and a reader and editor at Flash Fiction Magazine. She now teaches a workshop on kaleidoscopic narratives in Tawnya Renelle's online school Beyond Form Creative Writing.
Her writing poems, short stories, personal essays, and hybrid forms has been published internationally since 2004 in literary magazines and anthologies, online and in print, in English, Romanian, and German, and has brought her many awards and nominations over the years, including for the Best of the Net award and the Virginia Woolf literary prize.
Our Voices is her first book and a love letter to everyone who has lived under oppression at some point during their lives (and isn't that all of us?). It is also an invitation to her readers to seek expression of their own hidden family stories and to engage in a search for personal identity through writing, nature exploration, and other creative means.
Discover Diana's publications, awards, and creative writing philosophy at www.dianaradovan.com and www.naturewriting.net.
Our Voices is a Red Ribbon Winner in the 2022 Wishing Shelf Book Awards!
Kirkus Reviews has recently provided a very positive review, available at:
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