Julie Hauserman is a longtime Florida writer who lives in Tallahassee.
She has twice been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, in 1991 for her stories about pollution in Florida's Fenholloway River, and in 2001 for her stories about arsenic leaking out of pressure-treated lumber all over America. She won the Scripps Howard National Journalism Awards' top environmental prize for her work on the arsenic stories.
Hauserman was a Capitol bureau reporter for the St. Petersburg Times in Tallahassee for seven years and has been a commentator for Florida Public Radio's Capital Report, National Public Radio's Weekend Edition-Sunday, and Minnesota Public Radio's The Splendid Table. Her essays are featured in several Florida anthologies, including The Wild Heart of Florida, The Book of the Everglades, and Between Two Rivers.
Her work has been published in many newspapers and magazines, including Family Circle, Hip Mama, and the Apalachee Review.