Author: Diane Driedger

Diane Driedger is a poet, writer, visual artist and educator. Her first poetry book, The Mennonite Madonna, was published in 1999. She is author of the Last Civil Rights Movement: Disabled Peoples' International , and editor or co-editor of four anthologies by women with disabilities, including, LIVING THE EDGES: A DISABLED WOMEN'S READER (Inanna Publications, 2010). Driedger was awarded the Inaugural Tanis Doe Award for Distinction in Disability Study and Culture from the Canadian Disability Studies Association in 2009. She lives in Manitoba and is Assistant Professor in Disability Studies at the University of Manitoba.

Red with Living: Poems and Art
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Red with Living: Poems and Art

Inanna Publications

Poetry. Women's Studies. Art. Disability Studies. In this compelling collection of poems and art, the colour of living is red with excitement, pain, sunsets, blood, and tropical flowers. Along the way, the poet paints herself into the works of Frida...

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