Julie Buffaloe-Yoder is a 2008 winner of the Ohio Arts Council’s Individual Excellence award in poetry. .
Her work has appeared in various journals, including Calyx: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women, The Panhandler, Pemmican, The Wilmington Review, A Carolina Literary Review, storySouth, Clapboard House, Grain, Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal, Side of Grits, Poiesis #2, Shoots and Vines, ouroboros review, Rusty Truck, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, I Can’t Be Your Virgin and Your Mother, The Telling Time, Don’t Call Me Plath, Big Hammer, Plain Spoke, Kipple, Southern Women’s Review, and Trailer Park Quarterly.
Julie’s short story, Miss Fish Refuses to Evacuate, won the grand prize in the Carolina Woman 2010 writing contest.
Julie’s chapbook, Price Reduced Again, is available through
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