Julie Krantz

Funny, frank, and affable, Julie Krantz often describes herself as one of those geeky kids who headed to the library for a good time. A lifelong bibliophile, she showed an early interest in writing, publishing her first article for the Riverton, NJ newspaper in eighth grade. Now a full-time poet, picture book writer and novelist, Julie's work can be found in Spider Magazine and the SCBWI National Bulletin as well as in various other print and online forums. Her forthcoming picture book, YOSHI'S YUCCA, first appeared as a short story in the September 2007 issue of Spider, for which it received a Letter of Merit from the SCBWI Magazine Merit Award Committee in 2008. Julie has also won several other prestigious awards, including a 2006 Emerging Artists Grant from the Durham, NC Arts Council and a First Place in Children's Writing from Carteret Writers, Inc. in 2000. A graduate of Douglass College and Rutgers University (M.A., M.Phil., A.B.D.), she recently earned an Honors Certificate in Read More chevron_right

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