Juli Philippo is a French expat who studies neuroscience during the day, writes during the night, and sleeps never. She enjoys cheese, making typos all the time, and scratching dogs behind the ears. She tries to learn new languages in the subway, and when she’s not testing the limits of the oven with her roommates, she’ll most likely be found staring at her computer screen or getting lost in grocery stores.
Even if she’d like to say she writes a lot, she actually thinks about plots during the night and forgets them by morning. Writing happens by miracle but not by mistake; she cherishes every paragraph, and even when they don’t turn out the way she wants them to, she finds them a place in the story. She may spend a lot of energy balancing her studies and her writing, but even at her worst, she’s pretty friendly.