Writing/Interdisciplinary Studies
MFA Hamline University, MA University of Wyoming, BA St. Michael’s College

Diane LeBlanc is a teacher, writer, and book artist with roots in Vermont, Wyoming, and Minnesota. She is a professor of interdisciplinary studies and the director of writing. She teaches a variety of courses, including composition, creative writing, creativity, and history of the book. She has published five poetry collections, most recently The Feast Delayed (May 2021), numerous poems and essays, and a history of women in sport, Playing for Equality: Oral Histories of Women Leaders in the Early Years of Title IX . Honors and awards include the 2019 Fineline Competition award from Mid-American Review and the 2020 runner-up award for the Donald Murray Prize in Creative Nonfiction. 

Diane lives in Northfield and enjoys time in the Natural Lands with her golden retrievers Carver and Ida. She is a certified holistic life coach with emphasis in creativity practice. To learn more, visit www.dianeleblancwriter.com.