Julianne is a writer, editor, author, and educator who, after almost 20 years writing about the West in Laramie, Wyoming, transplanted to Bellevue, Iowa,where she writes about the MidWest. She is the author of Jukeboxes & Jackalopes: A Wyoming Bar Journey, published by Pronghorn Press, available here. Its photographic companion, published by the Wyoming Historical Society and featuring images by Ronald K. Hansen, can be seen here.Her energy travelogue, Traveling the Power Line: From the Mojave Desert to the Bay of Fundy, was published by the University of Nebraska Press in Spring 2013. It can be found at your local booksellers and at Amazon.com here, where you will also find numerous reviews. Julianne's e-book, Waking Up Western: Collected Essays, is available in Kindle format. Find it here. She is working on a new book about small rural towns, titled Far From Terminal: America's Resilient Middle.Click here for Julianne's Powertourist blog, and here for her blog about restoring a Victorian home in Iowa.
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Julianne Couch, at her favorite "undisclosed location" in Wyoming.