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2022 Update

November 3rd, 2022 · No Comments

Adding a brief update here – much has happened since the days I posted on this blog regularly. I hope to return to this website soon with more to share.


Julie Jeanell Leung received her MFA in creative nonfiction from the Rainier Writing Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University. Her work has appeared in a number of publications, including Bellingham Review, Blue Lyra Review, Grist: A Journal of the Literary Arts, the museum of americana: a literary review, and Salish Magazine. Her essays have received recognition including Finalist for Best of the Net, First Prize in the ProForma contest, and the Living Earth Nonfiction Prize. She has served as an intern with Sundress Academy for the Arts. A beach naturalist and citizen scientist, Julie lives on Bainbridge Island where she monitors sea stars on the rocky shores. 


“The Kingdom of Plastics,” Salish Magazine, Spring 2020

“Haunted Shores,” Community College Humanities Review, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2018

Book Review of Leaving Orbit, the museum of americana, Volume 10, 2016

“Skeletogenesis,” Grist: A Journal of The Literary Arts, Issue 9, 2016 

“Life on Other Planets,” Talking Writing, December 2015

“Reclamation,” Blue Lyra Review, Volume 2, 2015 

“Red,” the Brevity blog, December 21, 2014

“Selkie,” Rose Red Review, Issue No. 9, Summer 2014 

“Barnacle Envy,” Festival Writer, August 2014 

“Moon Snails,” Bellingham Review, Volume 33, Spring 2010 

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