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Julie Fine

Essays Editor

Literary Chicago

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Literary Chicago

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Columbia College


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JA Bentley & Company


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WKBW


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Sanderson & Associates


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Necessary Fiction - Carry the Sky by Kate Gray

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Reviewed by Julia Fine
Forest Avenue Press, 2014 Julia Fine is a Washington, DC native who has been living happily in the Midwest for the past eight years. She has a BA from Grinnell College, and is working on her MFA in creative writing with a Follett Fellowship at Columbia College Chicago. A 2014 Luminarts Fellow, she has short stories forthcoming in the Luminarts Review and the Fall/Winter issue of Fjords Review. She serves as the Essays Editor at Literary Chicago, where her work appears regularly, and is currently at work on her first novel. Find her on twitter @finejuli.


Fjords Review - Featured - Volume 2, Issue 4

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Julia Fine's American Fable is a strong contemporary portrait of the individualism and unrest at play in this year's mass shootings, police misconduct and mob behaviour.
by Julia Fine About Julia Fine Fjords Reviews - Julia Fine Julia Fine is a Washington, DC area native who has been living happily in the Midwest for the past eight years. She has a BA from Grinnell College and is completing her MFA in creative writing with a Follett Fellowship at Columbia College Chicago. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Luminarts Review, Necessary Fiction, and Literary Chicago, where she serves as Essays Editor. She is the recipient of a 2014 Luminarts Cultural Foundation Fellowship from the Union League Club of Chicago, and is currently at work on her first novel.


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"Her Priceless Advice: Jessie Ann Foley's The Carnival at Bray" By Julia Fine, Literary Chicago


Fjords Review - Featured - Volume 2, Issue 4

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Julia Fine's American Fable is a strong contemporary portrait of the individualism and unrest at play in this year's mass shootings, police misconduct and mob behaviour.
by Julia Fine About Julia Fine Fjords Reviews - Julia Fine Julia Fine is a Washington, DC area native who has been living happily in the Midwest for the past eight years. She has a BA from Grinnell College and is completing her MFA in creative writing with a Follett Fellowship at Columbia College Chicago. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Luminarts Review, Necessary Fiction, and Literary Chicago, where she serves as Essays Editor. She is the recipient of a 2014 Luminarts Cultural Foundation Fellowship from the Union League Club of Chicago, and is currently at work on her first novel.


Her Priceless Advice: Jessie Ann Foley’s ‘The Carnival at Bray’ | Literary Chicago

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by Julia Fine
TaggedJessie Ann Foley, Julia Fine by Julia Fine" [...] I recently sat down with Literary Chicago's Julia Fine at Portage Grounds in Chicago to discuss my forthcoming novel. Read the interview and book review here. [...]


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