Julia Dupuis is a student journalist, activist, and dog enthusiast known for her aggressive feminism and foul mouth. Her work has been featured in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and the Claremont Review, and she is a graduate of the Alpha Writer’s Workshop. She lives in Mission Viejo, California, with her family and one too many pets.
Julia has a strange fascination with biblical mythology, the zombie apocalypse, and aliens, and she is an avid collector of fleece blankets. Her most faithful writing companion is a life-size model of a human skull, affectionately nicknamed Simon, who never fails to provide uplifting pep talks. When she’s not writing, Julia feeds on a steady diet of caffeine and human souls. She probably needs a nap.