​​​​​​Dina Greenberg

I earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina Wilmington; here, I served as managing editor for the literary journal Chautauqua. I also hold a Master of Liberal Studies degree from the University of Pennsylvania with a focus on Bioethics and Creative Non-fiction.


My professional expertise includes writing/research, and editorial project management across the following sectors: military veterans, consumer health, nursing, healthcare chaplaincy, and the arts. My interest in the spiritual component of trauma led me to pursue research into post-traumatic (dis)tress among returning combat veterans. I’ve designed, promoted, and facilitated narrative workshops for military family and service members.

My creative writing has appeared in Bellevue Literary Review, ​The Wilderness Literary Review, Gemini Magazine,The Warwick Review, Barely South, and Tahoma Literary Review, among others. In Wilmington, I also teach community creative writing workshops at the Cameron Art Museum and provide developmental editing for both aspiring and experienced writers.