Julie Green lives on the outskirts of Sydney and studies at Macquarie University. Next year she will undertake a written-production Honours component.

She mostly writes creative non-fiction on science and medicine, but has also focussed on visual arts and wildlife conservation. She currently writes for a local newspaper.

In her spare time, Julie bushwalks or draws and paints. She is an amateur artist and sells her work for pretty pennies. She has won awards for drawing, photography and a short film.

She is working on a short memoir piece about her grandmother's struggle with Alzheimer’s and will turn it into a bigger project in the future.


Pieces by Julie Green

Interview with
Chris Womersley

Edition 34: The Annual Fiction Edition

Interview with
Favel Parrett

Edition 34: The Annual Fiction Edition

Interview with
Amy Espeseth

Edition 34: The Annual Fiction Edition

Interview with
Craig Cliff

Edition 34: The Annual Fiction Edition

Interview with
Nicolas Low

Edition 34: The Annual Fiction Edition

Interview with
Romy Ash

Edition 34: The Annual Fiction Edition

Interview with
Rachael S Morgan

Edition 34: The Annual Fiction Edition

Griffith Review