Her poems “The Bodies”, Where is Bess?” and “On Thursday Afternoon” were included in the online publication Syndic Literary Journal, issue 21, July 2019.
Social Injustice ~ 3 Poems by J.Lois Diamond
Read at On This Block, New York Theatre Workshop, May 2019
Was a featured reader at Poets of The Middle East at The Cornelia St Cafe, 2017
Was a featured reader at A Celebration of the Writings of Pablo Neruda and & Federico Garcia Lorca at The Cornelia St Cafe, 2016
Her poem The Parting was selected to be included in The Visual In Verse: An Ekphrastic Poets’ Invitational at The Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ. She was invited to read her poem in 2016 and it was published in their Commemorative Book of the same name.
Was a featured reader at The Cornelia St Cafe, September 11, 2016.
Was a featured reader at The Cornelia St Café, September 11 2015.
Was a featured reader at The Cornelia St Café 2015
Was a featured reader of the work of Lawrence Ferlinghetti at Cornelia St. Café, 2015
Was a featured poet at The Cornelia Street Café 2014
The poem HURRICANE SANDY was the finale of the show NY LADIES, The Hudson Guild Theatre, 2013
Performed DON’T ROCK THAT CRADLE, CIVILIZATION JUST WENT FOR A WALK, at Stop the War Event, Theater for the New City, January 1991.
Featured poet at Barrow St. Poets (1981)
Performed the poetry of Amy Lowell, as part of WALT WHITMAN, SOUTH AND NORTH, An Exploration of Whitman’s Influence on the Poetry of Latin America and the United States, at The Medicine Show Theatre, 2006.
Read regularly at Son of a Pony at Cornelia Street Café (2010-2012)
Read at the Parkside Lounge open mic (2013-2014)
Exercises for Airplanes and Other Confined Spaces, Excalibur Publishing, 1996. Available on Amazon.com-order from sugatala storefront
DANCE REVIEWS/ARTICLES in Zaghareet Magazine, March 2009., July 2003, New England Newsletter, July 2003, Ibis, (an online newsletter by ASAMED) , 2006
AUTHOR OF CHILDREN’S STORIES
Roscoe the Octopus
How Monster Bullies Became Monster Buddies
studied poetry with Harris Schiff and Alice Notley, many moons ago at St. Marks in the Bowery