It’s another Wednesday in February, and we have Julie Christine Johnson stopping by as our Featured Author, to share one of her favorite books… Words to Write By: Reflections on Dani Shapiro’s Still Writing By Julie Christine Johnson A few months ago someone dear to me asked, “Are you still writing? I wondered if you’d[…]Read more
Julie Christine Johnson’s short stories and essays have appeared in several journals, including Mud Season Review; Cirque: A Literary Journal of the North Pacific Rim; Cobalt, and the anthologies Stories for Sendai; Up, Do: Flash Fiction by Women Writers; and Three Minus One: Stories of Love and Loss. She holds undergraduate degrees in French and Psychology and a Master’s in International Affairs.
Her second novel, The Crows Of Beara, a finalist in the Siskiyou Prize for New Environmental Literature, has sold to Ashland Creek Press for publication in fall 2017. In this work of women’s fiction, a struggling American PR executive and an enigmatic Irish artist face off over the development of a copper mine in rural Ireland, finding love and redemption amid the rugged, mystical land.
A runner, hiker, and wine geek, Julie makes her home on the Olympic Peninsula of northwest Washington State with her husband. In Another Life is her first novel.
February’s Featured Author spotlight is being shared between two authors – and today I have the pleasure of welcoming Julie Christine Johnson, who’s been absolutely lovely in her correspondence… Read on! An Interview with Julie Christine Johnson drey: Hi Julie! Welcome to drey’s library, thank you for taking the time to let me ask you[…]Read more