Julia is a writer, actor, and public relations expert in Hartford, Connecticut. She has worked in many places around the world, including but not limited to: a hairdresser’s in Atonsu, Ghana; a preschool and university in Dongying, China; a mobile bookstore in Manhattan; a dogwalking collective in Harlem; a library in the South Bronx; a brewery, and a florist– and now she is the Director of Writing Programs at The Mark Twain House & Museum. Julia created the Syllable Reading Series to showcase local writers and readers, and she is 33 and 1/3 percent of Literary Disco, a podcast about books and reading. Every year she plays a squirrel in Night Fall, and she was selected as one of Mystic Seaport’s 38th Voyagers on the historic whaleship the Charles W. Morgan. She once wrote a feature article for Cat Fancy, and she once wrote an essay for NPR. One of the founding members of Sea Tea Improv, she is happy to answer any questions you have about anything. Especially how to create a killer Moby Dick costume.