Julia Gerhardt

Writer

Writing with spirit & spunk


My Writing

Published

2021

“I Understand” | Micro Fiction | Published in The Drabble (2021)

2020

“The Dreams (A Haibun)” | Poem | Published in Neologism Magazine (2020)

“La Havas” | Poem | Published in Perhappened Magazine (2020)

“firefly” | Poem | Published in dreams walking (2020)

“Melancholy” | Poem | Published in Comstock Review (2020, print)

“Everything Must Go” | Flash Fiction | Published in In Parentheses (2020)

“The Invisible Stranger” | Poem | Published in Cacti Fur (2020)

“7 Radically Different Things You Can Do Outside During a Pandemic” | Humor | Published in Points in Case (2020)

“You Can Date My Daughter Over My Dead (Beat Dad) Body” | Humor | Published in Little Old Lady Comedy (2020)

“10 Triggering Peloton Phrases Your Mom Definitely Used in a Guilt Trip” | Humor | Published in Funny-ish.com (2020)

“A Poet You Might Like” | Poem | Published in Kissing Dynamite (2020)

“Freckle (A Haibun)” | Poem | Published in Okay Donkey (2020)

“my sweet sweet boy (a haibun)” | Poem | Published in Club Plum (2020)

“I Assume” | Poem | Published in Rat’s Ass Review (2020)

“He Is Not My Boy (A Haibun)” | Poem | Published in Rat’s Ass Review (2020)

“Ten Ways to Remind People Your Boyfriend is Six Feet Tall During a Pandemic” | Humor | Published in McSweeney’s (2020)

“Fish” | Short Story | Published in jmww (2020)

“An Accident” | Short Story | Published in Selcouth Station (2020)

“Questions for Plath” | Poem | Published in Feminist Space Camp (2020)

“A Woman Un Dressed” | Poem | Published in Feminist Space Camp (2020)

 “That Which Is In Between” | Poem | Published in Feminist Space Camp (2020)

“Will You Please Excuse Me?” | Flash Fiction | Published in Moonpark Review (2020) 

“You Wanna (A Haibun)” | Poem | Published in Terse. (2020)

“Too Little, Too Much” | Poem | Published in Ghost City Press (2020)

“My Best Friend’s Father (A Haibun)” | Poem | Published in Eastern Iowa Review (2020)

“22 & wanting (A Haibun)” | Poem | Published in Eastern Iowa Review (2020)

“The Wooden Bench” | Poem | Published in Beatnik Cowboy (2020)

 “Your Arm” | Poem | Published in Isacoustic (2020)

 “Her Lips” | Poem | Published in Isacoustic (2020)

 “More (A Haibun)” | Poem | Published in Sea Foam Mag (2020)

“Cannot Touch” | Flash Fiction | Published in Queen Mob’s Teahouse (Jan 2020) | Republished in reprint in City. River. Tree. 2020) *Finalist for “The Prize” in City. River. Tree.

2019

“Whisperer” | Short Story | Published in The Umbrella Factory (Dec 2019)

“Jellyfish Soul” | Short Story | Published in The Airgonaut (Sept 2019) | Republished in fresh.ink (2020)

“Mosquito” | Micro Fiction | Published in Brilliant Flash Fiction (2019) *Nominated for Best Microfiction Anthology 2020

“Bathtub” | Flash Fiction | Published in Cease, Cows (2019) *Nominated for Best Small Fictions Anthology 2020

“You-Know-Where” | Flash Fiction | Published in Literary Orphans (2019)

2018

“Tic” | Poem | Published in Rogue Agent (2018)

2017

“Moon” | Flash Fiction | Published in Flash Fiction Magazine (2017)

“Classism in Literature:  Poor Boy Syndrome” | Article | Published in ClassismExposed (2017)

2016

“Bitch” | Short Story | Published in Monkeybicycle (2016)

“Unravel” | Short Story | Published in print in Sun and Sandstone (2016, print)

Forthcoming


About

Julia Gerhardt is a writer from Los Angeles, now living in Chicago. She has been nominated for The Best Microfiction Anthology 2020 and Best Small Fictions 2020.

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Julia Gerhardt received her Bachelor’s in Creative Writing at Goucher College. Throughout her writing career she has worked as a Writing Tutor, Teaching Assistant, and was a Fiction Reader for Little Patuxent Review. But at the end of the day, she’s a writer, and understands how tough it is to trust in your work. If you need friendly thoughts and constructive feedback, she would be happy to help provide them on your creative and academic writing. She also offers private lessons for kids, teens (7-18), and adults in creative writing including poetry, fiction, and satire. Get in touch with her below.

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