Diane Frank Reaches Beyond Romance: Erotic, Lyrical, Cultural, Poetic Fiction
Diane Frank, came to us via Patrick Towne, a Screenwriter, who suggested Diane explore the film sectors for her Novel “Blackberries in the Dream House”. I love the exquisite and refined portrayal of this work’s book cover. We shall do our best to find the right fit for this wonderful mix of poetic license, and enriched tale of sweet and romantic elements, unique and fresh in its erotic content against a tapestry of Japanese flavored cultural significance, and executed in its accomplished literary delivery . The Novel smacks of a classic in the making in its unusual category.
Based upon the Pulitzer Prize-nominated novel, “Blackberries in the Dream House” by Diane Frank. Copyright © 2003 Diane Frank. Published by 1st World Library, Austin, TX, Delhi, India and Fairfield, IA. On the Web: www.1stworldlibrary.com. “Blackberries in the Dream House” was also nominated for the Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Award.
Recovering from the loss of her first true love, a young geisha in 1850s Kyoto meets a youthful Buddhist monk who has never known a woman’s touch. Tenuous and then passionate lovemaking becomes their gateway to a deeply spiritual union. Their love affair cut short by an earthquake, the two inseparable lovers return in the present day and find each other once again.
Diane Frank is an award-winning poet and author of the novel Blackberries in the Dream House. Diane’s six published books of poems including Swan Light, Entering the Word Temple and The Winter Life of Shooting Stars. Her friends describe her as a harem of seven women in one very small body. She lives in San Francisco, where she dances, plays cello, and creates her life as an art form. Diane teaches at San Francisco State University and Dominican University. She leads workshops for young writers as a Poet in the School and directs the Blue Light Press Online Poetry Workshop. She is also a documentary scriptwriter with expertise in Eastern and sacred art. Blackberries in the Dream House won the Chelson Award for Fiction and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Diane’s latest novel, Yoga of the Impossible, was published in 2014.
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