Julieta Vitullo


Julieta Vitullo is a Seattle-based bilingual writer and playwright born and raised in Argentina. She holds an MA in English and a PhD in Spanish from Rutgers. She’s the protagonist and co-script writer of the award-winning documentary La forma exacta de las islas.
Her literary work was twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize and has appeared in Into the Void, The Normal School, The Fabulist and Hawaii Pacific Review, and is forthcoming in The Massachusetts Review. She’s also an alumna of the Tin House Summer Workshop.
She’s a resident playwright at eSeTeatro, and six of her plays have been presented in Seattle, including the most recent Fermín’s Great Book of Dreams, a fantasy play for all ages. In spring of 2022, she launched PoemasEternos, a typewriter poetry and art project (www.poemaseternos.com). Her play Two Big Black Bags, about a veteran of the Malvinas/Falklands War, will be produced in 2023.


Resident dramaturge and playwright at eSe Teatro in Seattle.