Login  |  Cart

Diane Mehta

Diane Mehta is editor of Glossolalia, PEN America’s new quarterly translation chapbook series that publishes contemporary writing from countries and regions around the world where PEN has active advocacy campaigns or new centers. She is an essayist and poet, and is writing a novel set in 1946 India. She is the former executive nonfiction editor at Guernica, a former editor at Random House, and also helped launch A Public Space in 2006. She has written about books, media, and other topics for the New York Times, Foreign Policy, Fast Company, The Atlantic Monthly, the New Republic, and other publications. Her literary work has appeared in the Literary Review; Subtropics; the Paris Review Daily; Prairie Schooner, the Believer; Poetry; Gulf Coast; the Southern, Gettysburg, and Harvard Reviews; and many anthologies of South Asian writing. She lives in Br