Born in Frankfurt, Germany, and raised in Bombay and New Jersey, Diane Mehta has been the recipient of a fellowship at Civitella Ranieri in 2021 and the winner of a Café Royal Foundation literature prize in 2020. She was an editor at PEN America’s Glossolalia, Guernica, and A Public Space. New poems are in the New Yorker, American Poetry Review, A Public Space, Kenyon Review, the Common, Harvard Review, and Harvard Divinity Bulletin. She lives in Brooklyn and works as a freelance writer. For more information, you can visit her website.