Julie Nondorf is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, a former English teacher, and a lifelong resident of Racine. She likes letters—especially when they get together to form words, the color purple, and life on the southwest side with her husband and son. When she grows up, she wants to be a writer and a crazy cat lady. You can learn more about her antics on Facebook or LinkedIn
Check out her work as Writer-In-Residence
Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway
When Did You Know?
Are You Still Thinking About Easter?
Seven Things Every Writer Needs To Succeed
Inspiration Is Everywhere
A Picture is Worth 550-some Words: Results of A Creative Prompt
Chaos, Order, and Transformation
The Writers’ Creed
Just Different: Writing versus Typing
Is Inspiration Overrated?
This Week, a Poem & A Reminder
Rules of the Open Page
Where Would a B- Effort Bring You?
Why Say Good-Bye When You Can Say Hello?