Julie Elise Landry writes and edits things. These things include poems, grants, novels, and press releases. Her Master of Arts in English from the University of Louisiana at Monroe launched her career as a writer, editor, tutor, teacher, reporter, and communications professional. Currently, she serves as a grant writer and research administrator at the University of New Orleans, where she is also seeking an MFA in poetry.
Her writing has appeared in publications such as Backchannels Journal, The Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle, The News-Star, Aftermath, BayouLife Magazine, and The Write Life. In 2023, she received an Honorable Mention for UNO’s Vassar Miller Poetry Award.
She and her husband Paul live in New Orleans, where Julie grew up. She enjoys bourbon, musicals, and violent horror movies.