Julia Travers' poetry is published with: 

Heron Tree Poetry Journal; Contemporary American Voices (2018); Blueline Literary Magazine; Streetlight Magazine; Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review; The William and Mary Review; Kudzu Literary Magazine; The Compassion Anthology; Whurk Magazine; Birds Piled Loosely Press; Echo World Magazine; Postcard Poems and Prose Magazine; Sky Island Journal; The Eclectic Literary Magazine; The Escarp Review; tenderness, yea; Healing Forest; in the book, "Open to Interpretation" from Liberty Town Arts; in Tupelo Press' "Million Line Poem" project; and with the creative women's rights groups, Racket and Period Piece.

Her fiction is published with Whurk Magazine and The Gallery. 

Her fiction won the Glenwood Clark Fiction Prize and Jacob von Kutzleben Writing Contest. She was also honored with the Haunted Waters Press Short Shorts Competition Honorable Mention and was a Glimmer Train Short Story Prize Finalist.

Julia has also published numerous essays, including with The Mindfulness Bell, a publication of Plum Village with Thich Nhat Hanh, Sharon Salzberg's Blog, Tiny Buddha and The Yoga and Body Image Coalition. Her article, "Yoga Verse: Poses and Poetry for the Yogi and Reader," was published by On Being with American Public Radio.

She illustrated and co-authored "Sylvie and Foster," a children’s book, with Jeff Travers. Please use the contact page if you are interested in reading more samples.