Julie Morcate


BSR Contributor Since November 17, 2009

Julie Morcate is a junior English major at Rider University in Lawrenceville, N.J. She lives in Langhorne, Pa.

I have worked on newspapers and literary journals for the past five years, both as a contributing writer and as an editor. In high school I wrote for the Bucks County Courier Times as a panelist for the teen section, "Reality," and since my freshman year at Rider I have served as a writer and copy editor for the Rider News. I co-created and now head Rider's first feminist literary journal, HerStory. My published work ranges from poetry to features articles, from opinion editorials to scholarly essays.

By this Author

1 results
Page 1
Kimball: Farewell, Perry Como.

"Memphis' on Broadway

Love, sex, race and the birth of rock & roll

In the ingenious and lively Memphis, a white radio DJ falls in love with the music of his soul, and with the African-American woman singing it. These two rich characters from the ‘50s and their equally rich music crystallize the role played by rock n' roll in the downfall of racial segregation.
Julie Morcate

Julie Morcate

Articles 4 minute read