Julie Rogers’s award-winning stories have been featured in numerous self-help, inspirational, and fiction publications, including Coping With Cancer, Daily Meditation, Mocha Memoirs, Anotherealm, Horsethief’s Journal, Images Inscript, Complete Woman, and the annual anthology Writes of Passage: Every Woman has a Story!
She is self-published author of the Happy Tails: How Pets Can Help You Survive Divorce (self-help), Simeon: A Greater Reality (spirituality), Hootie (children’s fiction), Seven Shorts (neo-Noir), and When Pigs Fly Over the Moon (romantic comedy). She co-authored Letters: Sidereal Insight for a 21st Century Mystic (spirituality) with her son, Seth Rogers.
Rogers is the 1999 Writer’s Digest Writing Competition Grand Prize Winner for her short story “House Call.”
Other awards include Fade In magazine’s 2005 Screenplay Semi-Finalist for the screenplay “Grave Jumper” and the 1998 Writer’s Digest Writing Competition First for the stage play “Garage Sale.”