About Julie Lomoe

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Julie Lomoe brings a wealth of mental health and home health care experience to her mystery novels. Her work as an art therapist at a psychiatric hospital inspired her to turn to fiction as a creative outlet. She later founded and ran ElderSource, Inc., a Licensed Home Care Services Agency in upstate New York. A vocal advocate for the rights of mentally ill and elderly consumers, Julie is a member of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill and of the Mental Health Players, an improvisatory theatre troup.

Julie graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Barnard College, then received an MFA from Columbia University. A pioneering resident of SoHo, she exhibited her paintings and prints at the Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum, the 1969 Woodstock Festival of Music and Art, and in many Manhattan galleries. She received an MA in Art Therapy from New York University before moving to upstate New York to pursue a career in mental health.

Julie enjoys reading her poetry at open mics in New York’s Capital Region, and has been featured poet at many venues including the legendary Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs. She lives in Rensselaer County with her husband Robb Smith and her two cats, Beep and Lunesta. She is administrator for the Memorial Society of the Hudson-Mohawk Region, an affiliate of the Funeral Consumers Alliance. (Visit them at www.funerals.org/albany.htm.)

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Nancy Means Wright
    May 28, 2009 @ 18:58:03

    A wonderful blog, Julie! I’m enormously impressed with what you’ve done. Articulate, intelligent, and entertaining. On a personal note, I didn’t realize that you’re a Unitarian-Universalist. I should have guessed from reading your terrific novel. So am I. My UUism figures in my books, too. We don’t have the answers–we simply ask the questions. Sometimes, of course, the questions “overwhelm.”
    Cheers,
    Nancy

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  2. joe krausman
    Jan 04, 2013 @ 22:25:24

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  3. Marsha
    Apr 10, 2014 @ 10:57:06

    I’ve read your poems and you are a great writer. I love them and you have a great sense of humor. Keep writng! I write too but, not to your extend. Keep writing and put joy in peoples mind. Love your site too. You are so well informed. Take care and keep putting your thoughts out there for everyone to enjoy. God Bless You Always.

    Love, Marsha

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