Julia Glass

Senior Distinguished Writer-in-Residence
Julia Glass
Email Email julia_glass@emerson.edu

Julia Glass is the author of five novels: A House Among the Trees, And the Dark Sacred Night, The Widower's Tale, The Whole World Over, and the National Book Award–winning Three Junes. Her third book, I See You Everywhere, a collection of linked stories, won the Binghamton University John Gardner Award for Fiction. She has won fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts, and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and her personal essays have been widely anthologized. In addition to teaching fiction writing at Emerson, Glass teaches an annual workshop at the Fine Arts Work Center and is a cofounder of the nonprofit arts program Twenty Summers. 

About

Education

B.A., Yale College

Publications

Three Junes

2002

The Whole World Over

2006

I See You Everywhere

2008

The Widower's Tale

2009

And The Dark Sacred Night

2014

A House Among the Trees

2017

Awards & Honors

National Book Award for Fiction

2002

Binghamton University John Gardner Award for Fiction

2008

Writers & Books Sense of Place Award

2009