Diane DeSanders

Tune into a terrific conversation between debut novelist Diane DeSanders, author of Hap and Hazard and the End of the World, and Bellevue Literary Press publisher Erika Goldman in the General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen’s Labor, Literature and Landmark lecture series.

A fifth-generation Texan, Diane DeSanders is a history buff, theater lover, poet, mother, and grandmother. Between careers as a history teacher and antiques dealer, she has worked in regional theater in almost every capacity. She now writes, gardens, and sings in Brooklyn, New York. Hap and Hazard and the End of the World is her first novel.