Diana Odasso received her MFA in creative writing from Antioch University Los Angeles, where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of Lunch Ticket Special and Managing Editor of Lunch Ticket. She has translated French texts (published in Jim Harrison’s The Raw and the Cooked), and her prose and poetry have appeared in The Manifest Station, Lunch Ticket, Burrow Press, HuffPost, and others. Her work has been nominated for a Best of the Net. She has attended the Disquiet International Program in Lisbon, Cuttyhunk Island Writer Residency, and Tin House Summer Workshop. She currently lives in South Florida with her two young sons where she is finishing a memoir.