Julia Johnson, a native of New Orleans, was a Henry Hoyns Fellow at the University of Virginia, where she took her MFA in 1995. Her poems have appeared in such journals as Third Coast, Poetry International, 64, and New Orleans Review. Her first book of poems, Naming the Afternoon, was published by the Louisiana State University Press in 2002. She was the winner of the Fellowship of Southern Writers’ New Writing Award. She lives in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and teaches in the Center for Writers at The University of Southern Mississippi.
Julia Johnson’s “Blue Anthropometry” appears in Caketrain Issue 05.
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