Diane K. Martin’s work has appeared in Plume, American Poetry Review, Field, Kenyon Review, Harvard Review, New England Review, Tin House, ZYZZYVA, and many other journals and anthologies, including Best New Poets. Her poems have received a Pushcart Special Mention, won second place in the Nimrod Pablo Neruda prize, and won the 2009 poetry prize from Smartish Pace. Her collection, Conjugated Visits, a National Poetry Series finalist, was published in 2010 by Dream Horse Press. Her second collection, Hue and Cry, will be published in September, 2019 by MadHat Press. After thirty-six years in San Francisco, Diane moved to Sonoma, California, where she currently lives with her photographer husband and her dog.
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They stopped the car on the crest of Coleman Valley Road to show his sister and her husband the Pacific view.