Julie Ann Dawson

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Julie Ann Dawson

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Early life[edit]

Dawson was born in Millville, New Jersey. While attending high school, she was inspired by Stephen King‘s novel Salem’s Lot to become a writer. She also worked for her high school newspaper. She graduated from Bridgeton High School in Bridgeton, New Jersey in 1989.

After high school, she enrolled in Glassboro State College. There, she worked for both the college’s newspaper and magazine.[1] While at Glassboro, she also began publishing stories and poems in various publications, including Dan DeBono‘s Gareth Blackmore’s Unusual Tales, Happiness Magazine, Lucidity[disambiguation needed], Black Bough, and The New Jersey Review of Literature. Dawson graduated from Glassboro State College in 1993.

Professional life[edit]

After graduation, Dawson became a freelance writer for Vineland Journal. Embracing the growing electronic market, she published works with Demonground, Poetrymagazine.com, Sabledrake Magazine, RPG Times, and others. She also joined the International Women’s Writing Guild (IWWG) and the Speculative Literature Foundation.

In 2002, Dawson launched Bards and Sages, a small press publisher to promote her own projects, and to offer resources for young writers. The company’s first project was a writing contest to benefit the IWWG.

Dawson published her first book, September and Other Stories, a collection of horror stories and poems, under Bards and Sages in 2005. It was received to positive reviews.[2][3][4][5]

In March 2005, she released the Bards and Sages’s first RPG, Neiyar: Land of Heaven and the Abyss. The book, employing the d20 system licensed by Wizards of the Coast, is set on an isolated jungle island ruled over by female priestesses.

Besides publishing a wide variety of electronic content, Dawson’s company has an expanding catalog of print books. The first, Bardic Tales and Sage Advice, was released in February 2006 and features the winners of the company’s annual writing contest. The Koboldnomicon, a compilation of d20 gaming material involving kobolds, was released in July 2006. Dead Men (and Women) Walking, an anthology of the undead, was released in September 2006.

Since January 2009, she has been the editor-in-chief of Bards and Sages Quarterly, a speculative fiction literary magazine, published by Bards and Sages.[6][7]

Dawson has been a resident of Bridgeton, New Jersey.[8]

FILMOLOGY:

2017  ALL WHO WANDER THE WANDERER

2017 WAY TO ABBOTABAD NEWS REPORTER

2017 AFTER SCHOOL SPECIAL STEPHANIE

2017 PITCHING TENTS FANTASY GIRL

2017 PINWHEEL RILEY

2017 GAME SHAKERS (TV SERIES) MASSAGE THERAPIST

2016 KILLING KHAN (SHORT) JESSICA

2016 ROOMMATE WANTED (SHORT) MAGGIE

2016 BLEED FOR THIS RING GIRL

2016 LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS (TV SERIES) BAR PATRON

2015 SENSORY PERCEPTION VICTORIA X

2015 BLACK MASS FLOOR DANCER

2015 IRRATIONAL MAN STUDENT

2015 THE BLACKLIST (TV SERIES) AUCTIONEER

2014 THE OPPOSITE SEX HOT CLUB GIRL

2014 BY THE GUN STRIPPER

2013 ARMY OF THE DAMNED LAURA

2011 BODY OF PROOF (TV SERIES) BODY INSPECTOR

2007 DAN IN REAL LIFE TEEN

 

 

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