Diana Ruzova

Diana Ruzova is a writer, extroverted introvert, and recovering pessimist based in Los Angeles, CA. She is currently an MFA candidate at Bennington Writing Seminars working on essays about growing up in Los Angeles as an Eastern European immigrant. The essays might turn into a book, or find their way to more places on the internet, or they might end up — many years from now — lost on a hard drive at the bottom of the ocean, like the rest of humanity.

Diana’s first memories of the internet were Tomb Raider and the Ally McBeal dancing baby, respectively.
Her last meal would be fried eggs on sourdough.
A song that gets stuck in her head is “Tom’s Diner” by Suzanne Vega.

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