Julia Tranchina is a writer, municipal employee and a 2016 Lambda Literary Fellow. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in places like , Red Paint Hill, Bone Bouquet, Vinyl, Permafrost and Juked. Her first chapbook, And as funny as it may seem, when we die they consume us, will be published by Dancing Girl Press in fall 2017. She was born, raised, and lives still, in San Jose, California (before it was never cool) with her wife and four-year-old twins. 

photo by Debi Lorenc

photo by Debi Lorenc

Where to find me: 
jrtranchina@gmail.com