Publisher and Book Marketer
Julie Trelstad had a twenty-year career in magazine and book publishing specializing in architecture, construction, and home design books at publishers such as Readers Digest, John Wiley & Sons, and The Taunton Press, where she was the original editor of the Not So Big House. In her publishing career, Julie acquired and edited over sixty titles, and has always been a digital pioneer.
In 2004, Julie founded the Plain White Press, which she sold to Fox Chapel Publishing in 2010. After that, Julie served as the Director of Digital Rights at Writers House, a major literary agency where she helped prominent writers develop their online platforms. In 2017, Julie founded Julie Ink, an independent consultancy to help authors publish and market their books.
Julie holds a B.A. in Architecture from Columbia University, and almost completed her masters degree in Architectural Criticism at the Parson School of Design, but she had twins. Julie writes and tells stories in New York, and is currently finishing her first novel about an architect.