Julie Cantrell- Wednesdays

New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author Julie Cantrell was the editor-in-chief of the Southern Literary Review and the recpient of the 2012 Mississippi Arts CommissionLiterary Artist Fellowship. She has been a freelance writer for many years and has contributed to more than a dozen books. Julie and her family live in Oxford, Mississippi where they operate Valley House Farm. She is also a certified speech-language pathologist and currently teaches English as a second language to elementary students. Her debut novel, Into the Free, hit shelves February 1, 2012 (David C Cook) and the sequel, When Mountains Move, is scheduled for release September, 2013.

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  1. Robert Pritchard says

    Julie Cantrell is not only an award winning and very creative writer, she is also a very good friend. Her work ethic, drive to succeed in writing and in everything she does and her creative flair will only serve to catapult her further into the top tier of authors who make a difference in America. I have already read “Into the Free,” which is compelling, mesmerizing and full of all the current issues we face in daily life but set in the backdrop of 1930 rural Mississippi. I can barely wait to read, “When Mountains Move,” which I expect to do more of the same, only with the backdrop of Colorado, which is where I was raised.

  2. Melanie Backus says

    Congratulatios on your awards! God given talent you are truly blessed with! Have a great day! Mel

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