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Diane Judge is a published poet. Her poems have been published in these journals – Black Magnolias Literary Journal, Backbone Poetry Journal, 34th Parallel, Obsidian: Literature in the African Diaspora, Frogpond and Poetry South. She has also contributed poems to four anthologies, Remembrances of Wars Past, edited by Henry Tonn; Black Gold: An Anthology of Black Poetry, edited by Ja A. Jahannes; Obama-Mentum: An Anthology of Transformational Poetry, edited by Abdul-Rasheed Na'Allah; and The Elizabeth Keckley Reader: Volume Two edited by Sheila Smith McKoy. She will have two more poems included in a fifth anthology, the forthcoming All the Songs We Sing: Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Carolina African American Writers Collective, edited by Lenard Moore.