Olivia Diamond, born 1947 in Chicago, writes short stories, novels and poetry. Before moving to Whitefish, Montana in 1998, she lived in Rockford, Illinois where she was active in public readings. She holds a B.A. from Northern Illinois University and an M.A. from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Her work has appeared in many literary magazines. She was a featured writer in Confluence: A Living Literary Legacy of the Rock River Valley, Rockford 2000 anthology. Women at the Well was first published by American Studies Press, Tampa, FL in 1989. Her second book of narrative poetry Land of the Four Quarters was published by Northwoods Press in 1994. With novelist/husband Rod Rogers she shares the writer’s retreat, Montaña de Sueños, situated on forty acres bordering the Flathead National Forest, where they enjoy nature and pursue writing.
Biography provided by the author, November 2002.