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Around A Turn

  Gently flipping her curly, sand-dune inspired hair, Nicole Brumgardner opens a soda with her long red nails and curses as she breaks one. "I KNEW that was going to happen, and yet I did it anyway! It's like I have to test the universe to see if it's really going to follow the laws of ...


All Alone at the Sixty-Four World's ...

The backstage of the pavilion was simple with its wooden floors and temporary props. The 1964 World’s Fair of Flushing, NY would come and go and no one would remember the little five year-old girl who played with her Barbies in its grand shadow. While some country stars were just cutting ...


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Julianne Barclay

Foothills of the NW Cascades

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Written by: Julianne Barclay

My six word autobiographical novel, borrowed from the African philosophy Ubuntu: I am not me without we.
Published Highlights:

  • Essay Do you Think? Published March/April 2009 Adoptive Families Magazine
  • Essay  Letters of Joy Published Winter/2008 WACAP Today
  • Essay  Home of the Free because of the Brave Published July 2006 Shin Moon: Northwest Korean Cultural Society newsletter

Julianne Barclay

City of Birth
Medford, Oregon

Home Town
Grants Pass, Oregon

City (most recent)
Foothills of the NW Cascades

Freelance writer/full time mom

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