Diana Raab is an award-winning memoirist, poet, blogger and essayist who has been writing since the age of ten when she was given her first journal to cope with the loss of her beloved grandmother. She has 8 published books, and is editor of two anthologoes, Writers and Their Notebooks and Writers on The Edge: 22 writers speak about addiction and dependency.
Her memoirs are Regina’s Closet: Finding My Grandmother’s Secret Journal and the self-help memoir, Healing With Words: a writers’ cancer journey.
She has four poetry collections, My Muse Undresses Me (2007), Dear Anaïs: My Life in Poems for You (2008), The Guilt Gene, and Listening to Africa. Her latest collection is LUST: Poems (Feb 2014)
She is a journaling advocate and teaches journaling and memoir workshops nation-wide.
She is a regular blogger for Huff50 on the Huffington Post -- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/diana-m-raab and a monthly blog at BrainSpeak
Every Monday she posts on her own blog, Literary Musings. http://www.dianaraab.com/blog.