Two roads really did diverge in a wood near the townhouse complex where I spent my ‘tween years. On one side of the road was suburbia: bland and uniform, dozens of doors with numbers and letters and little else to distinguish them.
Julia Goldberg is an award-winning journalist and editor, who spent 10 years as the editor of The Santa Fe Reporter newspaper in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her work also has appeared in Salon, Alternet, In These Times and other publications. Goldberg is a contributing editor and writer for the 2011 book Best Altweekly Writing (Northwestern University Press), as well as the author of My So-Called Apocalypse, a 30-minute zombie film, which was an official short selection at the 2011 Atlanta Horror Film Festival. She has a master’s degree in Creative Writing from the University of New Mexico, and teaches writing at Santa Fe University of Art and Design and Santa Fe Community College.