The Golem Verses

Brown book cover with white lettering that reads “The Golem Verses” and “Poems by Diane R. Wiener” (italicized). Illustration by Lucy Wales, featuring a child on a swing suspended from a beanstalk among the clouds and serotonin molecules in the sky.

My first full-length poetry collection, The Golem Verses, was published in 2018 by Nine Mile Press. The book can be purchased at the Nine Mile website, and is available as an ebook on iBooks and Amazon. You can also purchase a signed copy at Gallery 41 in Owego or at the Syracuse University Bookstore.

[Image description: Brown background with book cover illustration, “Beanstalk Swing with Molecules,” by Lucy Wales, featuring a child on a swing suspended from a beanstalk among the clouds and serotonin molecules in the sky. The text “The Golem Verses” and “poems by Diane R. Wiener” appear in bold white lettering on the actual book cover, with the title at the top and the remaining text at the bottom, bracketing the illustration.]

UPDATE, July 2022: Effective immediately, The Golem Verses will not be available via Nine Mile. However, thanks to Nine Mile, the book remains available ”on demand” in both paper and digital versions, via Amazon.

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Diane R. Wiener

Diane R. Wiener (she/they) is the author of The Golem Verses (Nine Mile Press, 2018), Flashes & Specks (Finishing Line Press, 2021), and The Golem Returns (swallow::tale press, 2022). Her poems also appear in Nine Mile Magazine, Wordgathering, Tammy, Queerly, The South Carolina Review, Welcome to the Resistance: Poetry as Protest, Diagrams Sketched on the Wind, Jason’s Connection, the Kalonopia Collective’s 2021 Disability Pride Anthology, and elsewhere. Diane’s creative nonfiction appears in Stone Canoe, Mollyhouse, The Abstract Elephant Magazine, and Pop the Culture Pill. Her flash fiction appears in Ordinary Madness; short fiction is published in A Coup of Owls. Diane has published widely on disability, pedagogy, and empowerment, among other subjects. She blogged for the Huffington Post between May 2016 and January 2018. Diane served as Nine Mile Literary Magazine’s Assistant Editor after being Guest Editor for the Fall 2019 Special Double Issue on Neurodivergent, Disability, Deaf, Mad, and Crip poetics. Since January 2020, Diane has been the Editor-in-Chief of Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature, housed at Syracuse University.

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