Ep113 Julie Whitehead – What It’s Like to Be a Writer With Bipolar Disorder

Julie Whitehead

MEET JULIE:

Julie Whitehead lives and writes in Brandon, MS. Her fiction has been published by China Grove Press, The New Southerner, and Running Wild Press. Her nonfiction can be seen at Conclave Journal, Defying Shadows.com, and The New Southerner, and her poetry has appeared in The Gordian Review, Jabberwock, and Cobalt Review. Her play, Hurrucane Baby, won third place in the Eudora Welty New Writers’ Play Festival in 2010. She teaches British literature at Mississippi College and is an MFA candidate at Mississippi University for Women. Her BA and MA are from Mississippi State University.

CONTACT:
https://julielwhitehead.wordpress.com/

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