Diane Joy Schmidt is an award-winning writer and photojournalist. A seven-time Rockower Award winner, her journalism has appeared in the Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, Hadassah Magazine, Lilith, and regional papers Intermountain Jewish News, New Mexico Jewish Link, Navajo Times and Gallup Independent and her flash picture stories have recently been published in literary journals Another Chicago Magazine, Sweet and Geometry. Her debut screenplay Turquoise Mountain has just placed in the “Top 100 Screenplays” from Scriptapalooza. She is the recipient of a NEA Fellowship in Photography and her photographically illustrated books, The Chicago Exhibition and Where’s Chimpy have been best-sellers. In 2020, she received an M.F.A. in New Media and Screenwriting from Antioch University. Please visit her at https://www.dianejoyschmidt.com.
A review of “Three Minutes—A Lengthening” and ” Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen
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