Julie Carrick Dalton is the author of The Last Beekeeper (Forge Books) and Waiting for the Night Song, which was a CNN, USA Today, Newsweek, and Parade Most Anticipated 2021 title. With a background in farming and beekeeping, she is a frequent speaker on the topic of fiction in the age of climate crisis at universities, museums, book festivals, and literary conferences. A Tin House, Bread Loaf, and Novel Incubator alum, she holds a Master’s in Creative Writing and Literature. Her writing has appeared in Orion, The Boston Globe, BusinessWeek, The Hollywood Reporter, Chicago Review of Books, and other publications. Mother to four humans and two dogs, she loves kayaking, skiing, hiking, and gardening.
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