Diana May-Waldman, born in Cleveland, Ohio, is the author of the poetry collection, A Woman's Song (PublishAmerica 2009). Her work has previously appeared in numerous literary magazines. She is also a frequent contributor to Worldwide Hippies (See for example, her essays "I Want My Movement Back","The Sexual Freedom of the New Woman,""Abuse of Power: Behind the Badge"', and "Back to the Garden,")
A Woman's Song, her first poetry collection, details the obstacles that face women in our culture on a daily basis, a culture still very much male-dominated. Her poetry deals with the struggles facing all women and the many facets of being a woman in the world today.In the words of one critic "In A Woman's Song, author Diana May-Waldman's poetry portrays many challenges of being a woman—a surprising amount for such a slim volume—sad, loving, remembering, and suffering." (Story Circle Book Reviews).
May-Waldman was also co-editor (with Mitchell Waldman) of the anthologiesHip Poetry 2012 'Hip Poetry 2012 (Wind Publications, 2012), and Wounds of War: Poets for Peace (PublishAmerica, 2006), which collects the poetry, essays, interviews, and stories of various authors reflecting their personal experiences with war.
A former award winning journalist for the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram, May-Waldman is a strong women's and children's advocate. She currently lives in Rochester, New York.[[Category:<a data-rte-meta="%7B%22type%22%3A%22internal%22%2C%22text%22%3A%22Poets%22%2C%22link%22%3A%22Poets%22%2C%22wasblank%22%3Atrue%2C%22noforce%22%3Atrue%2C%22wikitext%22%3A%22%5B%5BPoets%5D%5D%22%7D" data-rte-instance="2335-3077302584f7096f8c87ce" href="/index.php?title=Poets&action=edit&redlink=1" class="new" title="Poets (page does not exist)">Poets</a>]]