Photo Credit: Andrew McNeece Julie Cantrell, NYT & USA TODAY bestselling novelist, speaker, and teacher INTERVIEWS PUBLISHING HIGHLIGHTS MEDIA KIT

Photo Credit: Andrew McNeece

Julie Cantrell, NYT & USA TODAY bestselling novelist, speaker, and teacher

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Julie Cantrell is an award-winning New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling novelist whose work focuses on relationships, resilience, and faith. As a writer, speaker, and teacher, she aims to build empathy and connection while inspiring others to live their best life.

Julie served as editor-in-chief of the Southern Literary Review and has received the Mississippi Arts Commission Literary Arts Fellowship as well as the Rivendell Writer’s Colony Mary Elizabeth Nelson Fellowship.

A certified speech-language pathologist, Julie is a literacy advocate who previously served on the board of her local literacy council. Dedicated to helping children overcome social, academic, and communication challenges, Julie has filled various gaps when called to serve her local public school system as an SLP, a reading interventionist, an ELL tutor, and a SPED sub.

Julie also spent six years operating her family’s sustainable farm where she tended organic crops while caring for a wide variety of furry and feathered friends. She is a certified naturalist who enjoys exploring this beautiful world. Additionally, she has operated a freelance writing business for almost twenty years.

Julie writes fulltime from her home in Oxford, Mississippi.