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Diane read three poems and a new prose piece at the Bentley University English Department Colloquium on April 25th

In November 2009, Diane was awarded a lifetime membership from the Cleveland Literary Center for her "support, ideas, dedication, and commitment to literature in Northeast Ohio." 
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Diane's newest chapbook,
The Places We Find Ourselves was reviewed at the Comstock Review:

           In Diane Kendig’s fine 30 page chapbook The Place We Find Ourselves (Finishing Line, 2009), we tour both inner
           and outer geographies with the poet. There are poems set in the penitentiary and the flatlands of her home state, Ohio, and
           include a marvelous “Ohio Rag.” There are also a number of fine ekphrastic poems celebrating writers and Frida Kahlo 
           paintings. Above all, she reminds us that we can make our own pathways through life, in strong and mature poems that
           explore, instruct and delight us. The poet also has a delightful collection of her twelve best
           pieces in Greatest Hits. 8/09

                                                             Jennifer MacPhereson in
Book and Chapbook Reviews at Comstock Review:

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