Julie Elise Landry grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, and became something resembling an adult in Monroe, Louisiana. She wrote her first book in the fourth grade, stealing heavily from The Hobbit and Ella Enchanted, but learned not to steal when her mother grinned knowingly at the draft.
In 2013, she graduated from the University of Louisiana at Monroe with a Master of Arts in English focused in creative writing. Her life has been an amalgamation of children’s stories, musicals, and violent horror films since the eighth grade, when she watched The Ring by herself on Halloween night. (She does not suggest any thirteen-year-olds follow her example.)
Landry published the dark fantasy novel Bless the Skies in 2015.
She has also been published by The Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle, The News-Star, TheWriteLife.com, and Dan Snow in his book Aftermath (which can be purchased from him here).
She wears blue metal glasses.