Julie's most recent radio drama, A SHOEBOX OF SNOW, was radio choice in eleven national newspapers, shortlisted for the Nick Darke Award and nominated for a BBC Audio Drama Award 2012. A Red production for BBC Radio 4, it starred Richard Briers, Edna Dore and Joe Armstrong.
“Beautiful, poignant and a privilege to listen to” – Jane Anderson, Radio Times
Her radio play debut, STOPGAP was produced by Jeremy Mortimer for BBC Radio 4 and starred Liz White.
“Especially good on the exquisite awfulness of office life” – Elisabeth Mahoney, The Guardian
She was selected for a coveted place on the 2011 Arvon/Jerwood mentoring scheme to complete her second novel MOTHER TONGUE.
Her debut novel RED INK was published by Hot Key Books in February 2013.
“Darkly funny, emotionally raw” – The Bookseller
Theatre credits include: The 3-Turn (Old Red Lion), Sun-Eyed Girl (Riverside Studios) and Recruitments Stars (King's Head)