Check them out.
My lyric essay "Cliff Notes for Coming Out" was recently published by Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary Nonfiction: https://brevitymag.com/nonfiction/cliff-notes-for-coming-out/
My craft essay "What's Missing Here?" on writing the lyric essay was recently published by Lit Hub: https://lithub.com/whats-missing-here-a-fragmentary-lyric-essay-about-fragmentary-lyric-essays/
My lyric essay "The Jokers" was recently published by Essay Daily: http://www.essaydaily.org/2021/06/julie-marie-wade-jokers.html
My poem "Who is Goldilocks?" was recently published by Prelude: https://preludemag.com/posts/from-the-jeopardy-category-lesser-known-lesbians/
My poem "Who is Sappho?" was recently published by Quarterly West: https://www.quarterlywest.com/issue-105-wade
Here's a video of me reading my poem"When I Was Straight" for the FIU MFA faculty reading series:
Check out a reading and interview I did with the Stonewall National Museum & Archives here.
Take a look at my micro-memoir "Yentl," published in Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary Nonfiction here.
One of the happiest pieces of news I've received in recent months is that my hybrid-forms project P*R*I*D*E won the inaugural Hunger Mountain Chapbook Prize. It was released during June 2020 (Pride Month!) in a limited-edition volume (with stunning cover designed by Kelly McMahon) to honor the victims of the Pulse shooting by name and likeness.
“This collection of poetic microessays is the hybridity we need right now—lyric & narrative, real & imagined, fierce & tender, in love with the world & critical of it, so much fun & deadly serious. I admire Wade’s range of timbres, the ways this collage makes me feel validated & seen, & how much PRIDE makes me hopeful for a better future.”
—Erin Stalcup, Hunger Mountain Editor
For a short video demonstrating how perfect this book looks, click here.
And after this video inspires you to learn more about the book designer, check out May Day Studio in Montpelier, Vermont.