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- "The Painter" was chosen as a semi-finalist by Naugatuck River Review in its Ninth Annual Narrative Poetry Contest. 


- Fifteen of my photographs illustrate the Winter 2017 issue of Snapdragon: a Journal of Art and Healing





































































































Jeanne Julian

"Summertime" was selected by Atlantic Coast Landscaping to appear on the banner they are sponsoring for the Banner Project promoting the arts and civic pride in New Bern. 

"Bridge Riders" was accepted into the juried invitational art show, The Bicycle: Art Meets Form" at Theater Art Galleries (TAG) in High Point, North Carolina. 

Poetry.  Photography.


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Blossom and Loss, right here

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...they idly noticed that the house
was gone, as if the ravens had lifted it
aloft, cradled in ribbons, gliding
overhead, her clouds nudging
boundless sky. 


—from "The Painter" by Jeanne Julian

Forthcoming in Naugatuck River Review



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"Literacy about where you're standing is the key to great writing."

—Hannah Palmer, author of Flight Path

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