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Julie Anderson

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Julie Anderson is the creator and publisher of FeminineCollective.com and Feminine Collective Media.

Feminine Collective, an online magazine that prides itself on offering a platform for essays, stories, and poetry that break traditional boundaries. Considered a literary magazine with bite, Humanity, Raw & Unfiltered stories are what we are about.


Author, Blogger, Poet, Editor, Julie is also a proud mother of three unique children.


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“Love. It’s the complex chemistry of a blind heart and a distracted mind. Love is a shapeshifter. Love walks along the same path as hate. Love makes us whole. Love makes us weak. Love drives us to insanity. Love can be a curse. Love is a miracle.”
Julie Anderson, Love Notes From Humanity: The Lust, Love & Loss Collection

“Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold.”
Zelda Fitzgerald

“In literature, it’s the question that launches grand journeys, because heroes are often dropped into deep, dark jungles and forced to machete their way out.”
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“There are moments you can taste your difference, like copper on your tongue.”
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“For a woman who has hope, logic is the flimsiest foe.”
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“your story, I hear my own. I”
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