Diana Klein is writer, singer, and harpist.

She was born, went to school, and spent most of her life in New York State—the bit with apple trees and cows, not the part with Broadway and Wall Street.  She now lives in Louisiana, on Lake Ponchartrain’s north shore.

Diana has written two manuscripts: Getting Out of Bed . . . and Other Astounding Feats—a memoir about her experiences of living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Lucy and Mary—a novel about a young, conflicted Catholic woman who spends an eerie Lent being haunted by the ghost of Typhoid Mary.  Diana is currently at work on a new novel having to do with—among other things—Taosim, witches, and knitting.  She is currently seeking a literary agent and a publisher.

Diana has been singing for as long as she can remember and plays a Thormahlen Serenade—a lovely 36-string lever harp.

Diana is also an avid crafter—indulging in knitting, quilting, art journaling, collaging, embroidery, and crocheting—whenever she’s not busy hugging her nieces and nephew.

To contact Diana, please use the form below. 🙂 

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