DIANE SPODAREK writer, artist, performer

The personal is universal.

Diane Spodarek is a Canadian-American award-winning writer of prose, poetry, plays, cartoons and song. A recipient of an NEA artist’s fellowship, a Michigan Council for the Arts award for performance art, three New York Foundation for the Arts Artist’s Fellowships, (video art and literature), and a Jane Chambers award for her play “Happy Hour.” Her play, “Cheese” premiered at the Metropolitan Theatre in New York. Her solo play, “The Drunk Monologues” premiered at the Horse Trade Theatre in New York and was also performed by her in the International Fringe Festival in New York and New Zealand to critical reviews

THE DRUNK MONOLOGUES One-person show produced by Horse Trade Theater, NY. Directed by Russell Dubuloar. Photo: Kimo DeSean

THE DRUNK MONOLOGUES NYC and New Zealand Fringe Festival, Directed by Karen Ludwig. Photo: Guler Ugur

ESTRELLAS EN EL FUEGO (Stars in the Fire). Spoken Word/Performance Extravaganza, 2014 Nuyorican Poetry Cafe Anthology, (The Rose Bordello). Rogue Scholars Press, NY

DANGEROUS DIANE BAND Reunion Performance. Third Street Saloon, Detroit. Photo: Jay Yeager

REVERIE: Ultra Short Memoirs Anthology. Collected by CoCo Harris.(Train Birth - from THE DRUNK MONOLOGUES) TOSP Press, 2013 )

Installation, The New Museum. “Tools & Lingerie” video still with Jay Yager. Video Art Archive Project, 2013. Photo: Diane Spodarek


Diane Spodarek
55 Bethune St
New York, NY 10014
EMAIL: diane.spodarek@gmail.com



KGB Lit Magazine Interview


Diane Spodarek CV

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