Author: Rachel Juillerat

Rachel Juillerat

Rachel Juillerat is currently earning her Master’s in Publishing and Writing at Emerson College. She teaches Introduction to College Writing and Research Writing at Emerson through the Writing Studies program. She has been published at Penmen Review and Cupid’s Pulse. Rachel’s interests include reading, vegetarian recipes, digital drawing, and Dungeons and Dragons. She lives in Quincy with her roommate, her black cat, and an abundance of house plants.


Articles Written by Rachel Juillerat:

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Fringe of Colour Film Festival Call for Submission

Relatively new film festival, Fringe of Colour, focuses on BIPOC creators. Founded in 2018 in Edinburgh, Scotland, the festival has shifted its focus as a result of COVID-19 with the hopes of supporting BIPOC creators who lost income as a result of the pandemic. Fringe of Colour is a community-based festival that includes writings, discussions,… Read more »

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Neurodivergent Film Festival Call for Submission

A new genre of film festival focusing on an often-overlooked demographic has emerged in recent years: films made by and for neurodivergent individuals. The Neurodivergent Film Festival (NDFF) is currently open for submissions until March 15, 2021. The festival, which will occur on May 15, 2021, was created with the idea that neurodivergent people should… Read more »

Continue the Scares through December 31st with Phoenix FearCon

Thanks to the pandemic, indie film lovers and creators have the opportunity to view more indie films at home and over a longer period of time. The Phoenix FearCon, based out of Arizona, has established its indie horror film festival through festivee.com, an online platform, so now viewers worldwide can fulfill their frightful desires. The… Read more »