Arizona Daily Star
Julia Keller, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, novelist and screenwriter, has authored 17 books, the most recent being "Quitting: A Life Strategy."
With a doctorate in English literature, Julia has taught at Princeton and the University of Chicago. She was the literary critic at The Chicago Tribune for 12 years before leaving to write books.
Her eight-volume mystery series begins with "A Killing in the Hills" and is set in her home state of West Virginia. She is also the author of "The Dark Intercept," a three-volume science fiction series, and a biography of the inventor of the Gatling gun. She has contributed many on-air essays to The NewsHour on PBS and NPR’s "All Things Considered."
Currently, she serves as Visiting Annenberg Chair in the Department of Journalism, Ethics and Democracy at Notre Dame.
Awards: Pulitzer Prize