Julie Berry

Julie Berry has published two collections of poetry ? worn thresholds (Brick, 1995, 2006) and the walnut-cracking machine (Buschek, 2010). Poems have appeared in The New Quarterly, Grain, The Malahat Review, The Literary Review of Canada, and many others. An award-winning CBC program, Poetry of the Woods, features her poetry along with the poetry of her grade 6 students. Julie is completing a poetry manuscript on the 18th century naturalist author of The Natural History of Selborne, Gilbert White. She lives in St. Thomas, Ontario.

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