Diane LeBlanc is a writer, teacher, and book artist with roots in Vermont, Wyoming, and Minnesota. Her new full-length poetry collection, The Feast Delayed (Terrapin Books 2021), is now available. Poetry chapbooks include This Space for Message, Sudden Geography, Dancer with Good Sow, and Hope in Zone Four. She co-authored a history of women in sport, Playing for Equality: Oral Histories of Women Leaders in the Early Years of Title IX (2016).
Poems and essays appear in Bellingham Review, Cimarron Review, Green Mountains Review, Mid-American Review, Sweet, and other journals. Awards include Mid-American Review’s Fineline Competition prize and Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominations.
Diane is a certified holistic life coach with emphasis in creative practice. She directs the writing program and teaches at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota.