Julian is a writer and academic who grew up on Vancouver Island in Canada and currently lives on the island of Madeira, Portugal. In 2017 he shared the CCCB Cultural Innovation International Prize for The Newton Machine, a speculative project about islands and energy. Julian’s writing has appeared in The Atlantic, 3:AM, Berfrois, The Island Review, and Numéro Cinq, and in anthologies such as We’ll Never Have Paris (Repeater, 2019). He is author of The Manifesto Handbook (Zero, 2020).


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