Ann Diamond

Canadian poet
Ann Diamond
BornMontreal, Quebec, Canada
OccupationWriter, poet, novelist
NationalityCanadian
GenrePoetry, Fiction
Website
anndiamond.ca

Ann Diamond is a Canadian poet, short story writer, and novelist.

Diamond's poetic tale, A Nun's Diary, was adapted for theatre by Robert LePage and presented in Montreal and Toronto at Theatre Passe Muraille.[1]

In 2014 Diamond wrote a memoir, The Man Next Door, about her friend and neighbour Leonard Cohen.[2]

Selected works

Poetry
  • "Lil" (1977)
  • "A Nun's Diary" (1984)
  • "Terrorist Letters" (1992)
Short stories
Novels
  • "Mona's Dance" (1988)
  • "Dead white males" (2000)
  • "Static Control" (2005)
Memoir
  • "My Cold War" (2007)

See also

  • iconPoetry portal

References

  1. ^ Jane Koustas. Robert Lepage on the Toronto Stage: Language, Identity, Nation. McGill-Queen's University Press; 2016. ISBN 978-0-7735-4675-2. p. 80–.
  2. ^ "Music experts reflect on legacy of Leonard Cohen, 'a national treasure'". CTV News, November 11, 2016. Meredith MacLeod

External links

  • Author's web site
  • QWF Literary Database of Quebec English-language authors
  • Ann Diamond. The Canadian Encyclopedia, Historica Canada. Archived[dead link] at the Wayback Machine.
  • Ann Diamond at Geist.com
  • Ann Diamond with John Asfour
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