Julie Cadwallader-Staub

Julie Cadwallader Staub was born in Minneapolis MN, and grew up with her five sisters beside one of Minnesota’s lakes.  Her favorite words to hear growing up were, “Now you girls go outside and play.” She graduated from Earlham College, a Quaker college in Richmond, Indiana, and earned a Masters in Social Work from Rutgers University. She and her family moved to Vermont in 1992, and she has lived near Burlington ever since. Her poems have been published widely in literary and religious journals, featured on The Writer’s Almanac, and included in anthologies, most recently in The Path to Kindness: Poems of Connection and Joy, as well as Poetry of Presence: An Anthology of Mindfulness Poems by Grayson Press. She was awarded a Vermont Council on the Arts grant for poetry in 2001. Her poem Milk won the 2015 Ruth Stone prize from Hunger Mountain Review. Julie’s poem Turning was nominated for the 2019 Pushcart Prize by the Potomac Review. Her first collection of her poems, Face to Face, was published by Cascadia Publishing House in 2010, and Paraclete Press published her second collection, Wing Over Wing, in 2019.

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