Julie Carr's books are Mead: An Epithalamion, which won the University of Georgia Press's Contemporary Poetry Prize in 2004, and Equivocal, published by Alice James Books in 2007. Her poems have appeared widely in journals such as Volt, Verse, New American Writing, Parthenon West, Boston Review, Verse, Volt, Bombay Gin, Denver Quarterly, Colorado Review, American Letters and Commentary, Parthenon West, and Public Space. She also has poems in the anthologies Not for Mothers Only (Fence Books), and The Best American Poetry 2007.

Her most recent books are 100 Notes on Violence (Ahsahta), Rag (Omnidawn), and Think Tank (forthcoming in early 2015 from Solid Objects). She lives in Denver and teaches at the University of Colorado, Boulder.