Julianne Hill tells true stories. Her award-winning work as a reporter, producer, and essayist in audio, video, and print has run on public radio, at film festivals, and in literary magazines at venues including This American Life, Morning Edition, PBS, The History Channel, A&E, and Chicago Public Radio. She has written stories read by Walter Cronkite, Bill Kurtis, Stacy Keach, Rick Kogan, and herself. She's served as a Rosalynn Carter Fellow and a National Press Foundation Fellow. She also performs at live storytelling venues and teaches at Loyola University Chicago, Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, and the University of Chicago.