Nebraska Authors

Diane Kirkle

AKA: pesud. Diana Kirk

Born 1944 Yankton, SD (USA)

Places Lived

Omaha, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Journalism
  • Nonfiction
  • Play/Screenplay


Fiction; Plays; Medical Articles; Short Stories; novels


Creighton University
University of Iowa
St. Mary's College


Curriculum Coordinator
Financial Manager
Operations Coordinator

Places Worked

Creighton University
Department of Medicine and Pediatrics
Long Ridge Writers Group


Secretary for Board of Directors for EPIC (Electronically Published Internet Connection)


President of Nebraska Writers Guild, 1992
First Nebraska Literature Festival Board of Directors, 1991
Board of Director of the Center for the Book


Prairien and Parlour. 1995. (play)
Prairie and Parlor: The Creighton Story.1995. (historical play)
A Caduceus Is for Killing. 1997.
Song of Isis. 1998.

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