“Whether your purpose for writing is artistic expression, communication with friends and family, the healing of the inner life, or achieving public recognition for your art – the foundation is the same: the claiming of yourself as an artist/writer and the strengthening of your writing voice through practice, study, and helpful response from other writers.”
Pat Schneider, author of Writing Alone and With Others
Diane B. Forman is a published writer, writing tutor, editor, and AWA (Amherst Writers and Artists) trained leader.
Diane holds an Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a B.S. from Northwestern University. She owned and operated an educational consulting and tutoring business in Lexington, MA, serving the Greater Boston area, for over 25 years. She now lives, writes and teaches on the north shore of Boston.
Diane currently leads writing and critique groups privately, as well as through Newburyport Community Education, the Newbury Library, and Roots to Wings Yoga in Newbury, MA.