Dianne Ebertt Beeaff

Dianne Ebertt Beeaff

A native of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, Dianne Ebertt Beeaff has traveled the world extensively and combines a lifelong love of history with a quest for present-day understanding. An acclaimed artist and writer, Dianne has authored two works of nonfiction—Homecoming and A Grand Madness, Ten Years on the Road with U2. Her award-winning first novel, Power’s Garden, was published in 2009; her poetry, watercolors, graphite sketches and magazine articles have been featured for decades throughout the United States and Canada. Bringing Western Europe’s monolithic architecture to the contemporary forefront, Spirit Stones reflects both the richness of Dianne’s professional writing and her personal thirst for knowledge and spiritual growth.  She and her husband, Dan, reside in Tucson, AZ and are the parents of two children.

List of Dianne Ebertt Beeaff ‘s awards and recognition

  • 2010 Southwest Book Design and Production Award, Finalist in Trade: Non-Illustrated, for Power’s Garden
  • 2010 Arizona Book Awards, First Place Glyph Award in Literary Fiction for Power’s Garden
  • 2010 Arizona Press Women Communication Contest, Second Place, Novel, for Power’s Garden
  • Arizona Authors Association, 2009 Honorable Mention in Published Fiction for Power’s Garden
  • Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Awards, 2012, Finalist, for Spirit Stones
  • 2012 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards, Finalist, New Age Category, for Spirit Stones
  • 2012 New England Book Festival, Honorable Mention in Spirituality Category for Spirit Stones
  • 2012 London Book Festival, Winner in Spirituality Category for Spirit Stones
  • 2012 Eric Hoffer Award, Excellence in Independent Publishing, for Spirit Stones
  • 2012 Southwest Book Design and Production, Winner in Body/Spirit/Mind Category, for Spirit Stones

Radio Shows featuring Dianne Ebertt Beeaff

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LEGACY SHOW: Crazy River, Spirit Stones, Maya 2010 for Authors Corner – May 12,2012

This broadcast is a favorite legacy show that we produced under our old name Travel’n On and before re-branding as WORLD FOOTPRINTS. World Footprints will travel along the award-winning journalistic trails of the CRAZY RIVER, explore prehistoric Spirit Stones, and contemplate the end of the world in Maya 2012. First, … Read more  

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