Julie Trimingham is a writer and filmmaker. Her films include a triptych of Emily Dickinson poems, a stewardess burlesque, a Lulu Waltz, and various dramas about women losing things (a friend, a country, her voice). Julie's first novel, Mockingbird, is about a woman who gets (steals) what she wants. She regularly tells stories in Seattle at The Moth and writes essays for Numéro Cinq magazine. She lives with her family on a small island.