How listening to books on tape became the needed distraction to keep me walking for good health! When I arrived at my new home north of Boston at age 52, I was unemployed, sad, and overweight. Then I sprained my ankle and put on five more pounds. My back began to hurt. My doctor gave […]Read More
Diane Kendig, is an editor, translator, and author. Among other publications she has five poetry collections, including “Prison Terms,” a chapbook of poems about her work in medium security. A recipient of two Ohio Arts Council Fellowships in Poetry and a Fulbright lectureship in translation, she has published widely in literary journals. For more information about her, see dianekendig.com or her blog, “Home Again” at http://dianekendig.blogspot.com.