Who

Julia is a writer and narrative strategist living for the Social Innovation Collaboratory in New York City. Her writing have appeared or are forthcoming in Blue Marble Magazine and The Comma. She is the recipient of the 2016 Kate Herzog Creative Writing Prize and a finalist in the 2018 Southhampton Undergraduate Fiction Contest.

J U L I A G A G L I A R D I

 
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Incubating goodwill

 


Julia is a writer and narrative strategist at the Social Innovation Collaboratory in New York City. She consults organizations and mentors students on crafting narratives, stories and essays that are true to who they are. Her work is forthcoming or appears in Blue Marble Review and the Comma. She is the recipient of the 2016 Kate Herzog Creative Writing Prize and a finalist in the 2018 Southampton Undergraduate Fiction Contest of over 200 entries. In March 2018, Julia was the youngest writer selected for Carniege Hall’s Migration Festival to read her non-fiction essay “The Forty Foot.”

 
 
 
 

 
 

Some selected accolades

 

2019 Academy of American Poets Prize

2019 Carniege Hall “Migrations Festival” Writer

2018 Stony Brook Southampton Short Fiction Contest Finalist

2018 Golden Gloves Innovative Award

2016 Kate Herzog Writing Scholarship, Willamette Writers

 

 
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Some selected publications

 

Blue Marble Review “Shapes