Julie Wittes Schlack is a writer, teacher, editor, researcher, and author of the cultural memoir in essays, This All-at-Onceness (Pact Press, 2019), named one of Kirkus Reviews’ Best Independent Nonfiction Books of 2019. Her novel, Burning and Dodging, was released in December of 2021 (Black Rose Writing). Julie is a regular contributor to Cognoscenti and writes book reviews for the Boston Globe and The ARTery. She has won a Hopwood Award for Fiction, and has been a Finalist for the Glimmer Train Fiction prize, the Annie Dillard Creative Nonfiction prize, and the Clarissa Dalloway Book Prize. Her short stories, poetry, and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in numerous journals, including Shenandoah, The Writer’s Chronicle, The Alembic, The Dos Passos Review, Eleven Eleven, Ellipsis, The Literary Review, The Ledge, The Louisville Review, Ninth Letter, Phoebe, St. Ann’s Review, Sanskrit, The South Carolina Review, Talking River, Tampa Review, The Chaffin Review, The Hiram Poetry Review, The Monarch Review, and The Rambler. Her essay, “Mindfulness and Memoir,” appears in The Science of Story (Bloomsbury Academic, 2020.)
Julie earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University’s Low-Residency program, a Masters in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a BA in Creative Writing and Psychology from the University of Michigan.
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