Writer for @getreligion, editor and book collaborator in beautiful Seattle area. Mom of Veeka and lover of Alaska, mountains, skiing and Puget Sound ferries.

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Biography

Julia Duin (pronounced “Deen”) is an accomplished writer and journalist who has worked for 5 newspapers, written six books, along with more magazine articles than she can count. She has chalked up 25 years full-time experience in journalism, has taught journalism at four colleges and got her seco...

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@juliaduin — 733 followers, 729 tweets

@kjwinston11 @catager You are so fortunate. Phyllis loved one of my books, but she refused to help me with it. One word from her would have boomed my sales, but no....
Am grateful that @kjwinston11 did this story ( http://bit.ly/2DFwBrE ) on my book for @RNS. This has been a good week in terms of book PR! https://t.co/QTY1wRIsMu
RT @RNS: Snake-handling churches have dotted Appalachia for a hundred years and are generally secretive. But @juliaduin's n… https://t.co/3uwiJGIGNW
Here's the URL for the story (  http://wapo.st/2BmJX5V ) in @WashingtonPost about #amazongo store in downtown Seattle that I helped report - at the crack of dawn.
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Awards

Wilbur Award

2015 - magazines - national/top 15 markets
"From Rebel to Reverend," by Julia Duin for More magazine, published in December 2014. Awarded by the Religion Communicators Council.

RNA, various press association and Wilbur awards

2015 - various
2015 - First place, Wilbur Award/best magazine article for More magazine. 2012 - For work done for the Washington Post: Two 2nd places for religion feature writer of the year and best magazine religion article; 3rd place for best writing for religion reporting/large newspapers 2010, 2005 - First place for religion reporting for dailies over 75,000 from the Maryland Delaware-D.C. Press Association 2009, 1989 - Second place, Religion Reporter of the Year 2007 - Best news series, Chesapeake Associated Press Mark Twain Award Three-time Washington Times Pulitzer nominee in 2006, 2004 and 2002 2004 - First place, Virginia Press Association, features; 2nd place George Cornell award 2002 - First place, Wilbur Award/religion reporting 1996 - Second place, Louis Cassels Award, best religion reporting 1987, 1989 - Second place, best religion section 1986 - First place, Louis Cassells Award, best religion writing/small newspapers