Margreet Dietz is an author, novelist and editor.
From my Mother is her first novel. She has written four nonfiction books: A Hundred Reasons to Run 100km, Running Shoes Are a Girl’s Best Friend, Powered From Within: Stories About Running & Triathlon, and A Work in Progress: Exercises in Writing.
She also wrote a book of poetry, Sunshine on a wooden floor, and has just released her first novel, From my Mother.
Margreet is the editor of Timothy Moore's Sub Nine: History's Fastest Ironwomen and Teresa Rider's Reconnect With Food: Eat Your Way to Triathlon Success.
A professional journalist since 1996, Margreet reported for Bloomberg News from Brussels, Toronto and Sydney, and worked as a copy-editor at The Australian Financial Review in Sydney.
The stories she wrote for Bloomberg News have been published in newspapers worldwide, including in the International Herald Tribune, Globe and Mail, The Vancouver Sun, National Post, The Australian Financial Review, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, the Hong Kong Daily, New Zealand Herald, Seattle Post-Intelligencer and De Tijd.
Margreet's articles on running and triathlon have appeared in endurance sports magazines in Australia and Canada since 2006.