Diane Poulin was born and raised in Montreal and graduated from Concordia University. She moved to Winnipeg in her twenties and considers herself passionately prairie.
Diane’s main occupation is journalism, and she spent ten years as a reporter, producer and director with CBC Radio in Winnipeg. She left to work for the Mayor of Winnipeg as political communicator managing the media.
She harbours a love for creative writing and even as a hard-boiled reporter could be caught scribbling poetry, which has been published in CV2 and Our Times magazine.
No Safe House is Diane’s first novel. She lives in Winnipeg.