Novelist, Essayist, & Educator
Julie Gerstenblatt holds a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from Teachers College, Columbia University and has taught everything from middle school to graduate school. Her essays have appeared in The Huffington Post, Kveller, Cognoscenti, and Grown & Flown, among others.
When not writing, Julie is a college essay coach, as well as a producer and on-air host for A Mighty Blaze, which has grown into a leading resource for author interviews. A
native New Yorker, Julie now lives in coastal Rhode Island with her family and one very smart shichon poo.
DAUGHTERS OF NANTUCKET is her first novel.
Meticulously researched, Gerstenblatt presents a fascinating look at an island ahead of its time, where women exercised privileges often reserved for men and where blacks shared in the civil liberties of their white neighbors. At its heart, this is a story of love, loss and redemption.
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