Diane Anderson-Minshall is currently editor-at-large of The Advocate Magazine and editor-in-chief of Plus Magazine. She co-authored the 2014 memoir Queerly Beloved, about her relationship with her husband Jacob Anderson-Minshall and his gender transition. The couple previously collaborated in writing the Blind Eye Mystery series – Blind Curves, Blind Leap and the Lambda Literary Award finalist Blind Faith.
Prior to her current position, Anderson-Minshall worked at a variety of LGBTQ publications. In 1990 she was hired to be the editor of the Crescent City Star, New Orleans’ LGBTQ weekly. In 1993 she was hired as editor at On Our Backs, the lesbian erotic magazine. She went on to found the lesbian entertainment magazine Girlfriends. There and at Curve Magazine she won awards for her celebrity interviews, which included those of Angelina Joile, Sinead O’Connor and Dana Plato.