Julia Goldberg

Julia Goldberg

Full-time Faculty, Non-Fiction
julia.goldberg@santafeuniversity.edu

MA, University of New Mexico
BA, St. John’s College

Julia Goldberg has been a professional journalist for 20 years, serving as editor of The Santa Fe Reporter from December 2000 through April 2011, during which time the paper won dozens of national awards for investigative reporting, writing, design and web innovation. Julia also previously held the editorial chair for the national Association of Alternative Newsweeklies board of directors, helping to design, coordinate and oversee national journalism workshops and web projects. Her own writing has appeared in numerous regional and national publications, including Salon, The Huffington Post and Alternet, to name a few. She is a contributing writer and editor to Best Altweekly Writing 2009-2010 (Northwestern University Press). Julia has personally received multiple first place journalism awards for environmental, feature and investigative reporting, as well as multi-media journalism. She also is the author and co-star of My So-Called Apocalypse, a short-form zombie film, winner of a MIX Santa Fe award, and an official selection of the 2011 Atlanta Horror Film Festival; it is available on Amazon. Currently, Julia is the host of The Julia Goldberg Morning Show, a radio news program that airs weekdays on 101.5 FM out of Santa Fe, and the nonfiction editor for the acclaimed literary website The Nervous Breakdown.