Dana Diehl is the author of OUR DREAMS MIGHT ALIGN, a short story collection published by Jellyfish Highway Press in 2016.
Her chapbook, TV GIRLS, is forthcoming from New Delta Review in Summer 2018. Her collaborative short story collection, THE CLASSROOM BENEATH THE CLASSROOM, is forthcoming from Gold Wake Press in early 2019.
Dana earned her BA in Creative Writing from Susquehanna University. She received her MFA in Creative Writing at Arizona State University.
Dana has served as editor-in-chief of Hayden’s Ferry Review and The Susquehanna Review. She is a Blog Interviewer for The Collagist. She has taught Composition, Creative Writing, and Humanities at Arizona State University, Florence Prison, the National University of Singapore, and BASIS Tucson Central.
Her honors and awards include a Completion Fellowship from Arizona State University, as well as Piper Enrichment Grants to attend the Port Townshend Writers Conference and the Rutgers Camden Summer Writers’ Conference. In 2014, she received a Piper Global Fellowship to teach Creative Writing at the National University of Singapore. She has been awarded a Glendon & Kathryn Swarthout Prize in Fiction.