My poem, “Known by Water,” was published in the journal, The Ecological Citizen, “an independent, peer-reviewed, free-to-access journal that provides a forum for inspiring and mobilizing discussion with an Earth-centered perspective.” This issue had a focus on water and I was very glad to be published alongside Wendell Berry, a wonderful poet! I’m on Twitter […]
Originally posted on VAGABOND CITY:
My body is my home, but I shuttered it awhile back, and I’ve hovered nearby like a tangled kite, a drunken bird. Now I look through the windows, knock on panes, trace ledges. My hands follow mossy walls. I see how the roof points to the sky, and I want…
Starting the annual meditation program with Sharon Salzberg has come to feel like a migration, a call to join a cyclical sangha. I’m happy to participate in her #realhappiness meditation challenge and blogging community this month! My recent thoughts are posted on her site: sharonsalzberg.com/author/julia_t/.
I am pleased that Butter Press selected two of my poems for publication!
A batch of my poems appears with the Journal of Wild Culture in January, 2019. Editor Whitney Smith writes, Some writers reach into the dark and pull out things stirring in us we haven’t been able to grasp ourselves. Julia Travers has such an ability: to pluck the shadow and hold it up for inspection. […]
I will have a poem in an upcoming edition of The Ecological Citizen in 2019. “The Ecological Citizen is an independent, peer-reviewed, free-to-access journal that provides a forum for inspiring and mobilizing discussion with an Earth-centered perspective.”
A batch of my poems will be published in the Journal of Wild Culture this fall. It’s the publication of The Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture. Visit the journal online.
Whurk Magazine published my poem “Openings” in December 2017. Whurk is a “monthly magazine dedicated to Virginia’s creative communities.”