Julianna DeMicco holds a dual B.A. degree from Binghamton University in Philosophy, Politics, and Law, and in English with a concentration in Creative Writing and Global Cultures. As a vocalist, trumpeter, ukulele player, and poet, Julianna is fascinated by the musicality of poetry, and loves to experiment with different rhythms in her own work. Her scholarly interests in literature have led her to focus on Medieval and Early Renaissance poetry. In her spare time, she furthers her independent study of Italian, French, and Chinese, while also focusing on leadership and community service work. Julianna began at Agape Editions as an undergraduate intern, and now manages the Agape Blog, and is currently at work penning a column about the Bill of Rights as a piece of literature with acute contemporary significance.
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