Julia Travers is a journalist, creative writer, teacher and artist. She specializes in writing articles about environmental conservation, scientific and technological innovations, non-profits and contemporary art. She is a published poet and author of short stories.
Julia holds a BA in Literary and Cultural Studies from The College of William and Mary and a BFA in Art Education from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is a current member of the White House Press Pool, a curriculum author and the founding editor of the Ask Artists interview site.
Visit the Creative Writing Page to view poetry, fiction and essay publication history.
Earth Island Journal, Americans for the Arts, The Revelator (Center for Biological Diversity), Invironment, EnviroNews, EcoWatch, Wild Virginia, Civil Eats, Women You Should Know, Not Impossible Labs, Agrictecture, Minding Nature (The Center for Humans & Nature), Central Asia Institute, OC (Orange County) Magazine, Urban Scrawl, Crixeo, Legendary Women, The Old Town Crier, The Virginia Art Education Association, Ask Artists, The Surg, Roots Rated, Techtly, Parachute by Mapquest, Lost at E Minor, The Charter for Compassion, Yoga Basics, Study Finds, Green Biz, Truth Out, Gone Girl’s Guide, Lifehack, A Women's Thing, Honey Colony, Basmati, Buzzfeed, A Conscious Rethink, Arts Melange, Literal Shyft, Thought Catalog, Her Culture, Fabulously Feminist Magazine, Girl Meets Strong, ArtB412, Teal Magazine, Sivana Spirit, GirlTalkHQ, VA is for Bloggers, Hometown News, BE. Magazine, OBVI We're the Ladies, Wisdom Pills and 15 Minutes.
Julia is also a visual artist, Art teacher and Early Education teacher. Please visit the contact page to get in touch.