Diane Severson

severson dianeDiane Severson has been blogging on this and that since 2005 and has been involved in the SF Poetry Scene (yes, it’s a thing) since 2010.

She has narrated for the StarShipSofa Podcast Magazine (StarShipSofa.com, part of the District of Wonders Network) since Tony C. Smith started running fiction and found out that she reads aloud to her husband. She quickly became his go-to-girl when he wanted poetry read. As a result of that affinity, and because she does her best work when she has a Cause (a budding superheroine?), she decided to become Science Fiction Poetry’s Spokesperson.

She produces the sporadic podcast, which runs as part of StarShipSofa, called Poetry Planet and is a member of the Science Fiction Poetry Association for which she ran the 2012 Poetry Contest.

In her spare time she is a professional classical singer and teacher of singing and specializes in Early Music – the perfect balance to all the futuristic and fantastical stuff she likes to read. The best place to find her is on the web because she tends to pick up and move to another country at the drop of a hat. She and her husband and their 3 year old linguist currently reside in Paris.

 

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