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Parley: A Seattle Playwrights' Group
Julieta Vitullo
Julieta Vitullo

Isolation for writers is like an invited guest who never leaves—we require its presence and yet are left feeling defensive and distrustful when we turn around: why are you still there? I’ve been writing stories all my life so the idea of a collective process associated to my art had never crossed my mind. But then I started writing plays and found Parley. The first thing that caught my attention was its logo, a white flag. I was smitten.

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is a bilingual writer, playwright, and dramaturg born and raised in Argentina. Her fiction and nonfiction can be found or is forthcoming in Into The Void, The Normal School, The Fabulist, and other journals in the U.S. and abroad. Her plays have been taken to the stage in Seattle and Arizona.