Dianne Hicks Morrow is an award-winning writer who has called PEI home for over forty years. Her collection What Really Happened Is This: A Poetry Memoir, won the 2012 PEI Book Award for poetry. Her other books with Acorn Press are Long Reach Home (2002), and Kindred Spirits: Relationships that Spark the Soul (2005), which contains interviews with well-known Atlantic Canadians about the kindred spirits in their lives. Dianne teaches two popular writing courses at PEI Seniors College and has enjoyed giving readings and workshops across Canada, as well as in Mexico and Australia. In 2008 she received the Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Literary Arts on Prince Edward Island, and in 2013 was appointed PEI Poet Laureate for a three-year term.
Long Reach Home, Acorn Press, 2002
Kindred Spirits: Relationships that Spark the Soul, Acorn Press, 2005
What Really Happened Is This: A Poetry Memoir, Acorn Press, 2011
Fixing Up The Farmhouse: Forty Years of Living, Loving, and Lamenting, Acorn Press, 2015