Diane Josefowicz is a novelist, historian, and editor. Her work has appeared in Liber, Conjunctions, Fence, Dame, LA Review of Books, and elsewhere. She is the author of a novel, Ready, Set, Oh (Flexible Press, 2022) and a novella, L'Air du Temps (1985), forthcoming from Regal House. With Jed Z. Buchwald, she is also the author of two histories of Egyptology, The Riddle of the Rosetta (2020) and The Zodiac of Paris (2010), both from Princeton University Press. She serves as reviews editor at Necessary Fiction, associate fiction editor at West Trade Review, and director of communications for Swing Left Rhode Island, a progressive political organization focused on electoral work, voter protection, and voting rights. She holds an MFA from Columbia University, a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a BA from Brown University. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island.
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