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Grandma Magic, Allen & Unwin, 2009
Contributor

Subtitled True Stories By And About Grandmothers, Janet Hutchinson edited this book about, by and for grandmothers, also by and for the people who love them. Julie contributed a chapter called “The Tyranny of Distance” about her English maternal grandmother, Florence Hedges.

Growing Old (Dis)Gracefully, ABC Books, 2008
Contributor

Ross Fitzgerald and Lyndal Moor edited this collection of personal essays in which 35 Australians reflect on life after 50, including Julie, whose contribution is titled “Guiding Lights”.

Switched On, John Wiley & Sons, 2006
Interviewee

Catherine Hanger interviewed 29 women for Switched On: conversations with influential women in the Australia media, including Julie for a chapter titled “Wit and Informality”.

Forever Yours, ABC Books, 2005
Co-editor

Who would have thought there were so many romantics hidden in laconic Australia? When ABC Radio National began a competition suggesting that people send in their love letters, a true cornucopia of heart warming correspondence emerged. Some were fresh from the pen of the enamoured, others emerged from attics and trunks, deep within family archives. To obtain a copy, send a cheque or money order for $20.00 made out to “Julie McCrossin” to Julie McCrossin, c/- Annandale Village Newsagency Box 3, 113 Johnston Street ANNANDALE 2038 NSW AUSTRALIA.

What Women Want, Bantam, 2002
Contributor

When marie claire magazine decided to explore the burning issues facing Australian women, they were inundated with readers who flocked to attend a forum. A sellout crowd heard Wendy Harmer, Natasha Stott Despoja, Julie McCrossin, Tracey Curro and Belinda Emmett say important things about what women care about today.

Healthy Women, Choice Books, 2001
Contributor

Hazel Edwards interviewed 27 Australian women about how they maintain the lifetime health balancing act, including Julie.

Love, Lust and Latex!, FPA Health, 2000
Interviewer

Julie McCrossin talks about sex, love and relationships with twelve famous Australians, most of whom grew up under the shadow of the Grim Reaper’s messages about HIV, AIDS, STDs and an avalanche of other sexual acronyms.

Partners, Allen and Unwin, 1999
Contributor

Eighteen of Australia’s most famous, infamous and not-so-famous couples come clean on the nature of getting together, being together and staying together. From sex to politics, money to children, work to play, no subject is left untouched in this intriguing, intimate and sometimes amusing collection of pieces. Edited by Anne Henderson and Ross Fitzgerald.

Good News Week 2, ABC Books, 1998
Contributor

Good News Week was a weekly television comedy panel show commenting on the latest news with celebrity guests. Julie was a weekly team leader with Mikey Robins and the host, Paul McDermott. GNW screened on ABC TV from 1996-1998 and the TEN Network from 1999-2001.

Good News Week, ABC Books, 1997
Contributor

Good News Week was a weekly television comedy panel show commenting on the latest news with celebrity guests. Julie was a weekly team leader with Mikey Robins and the host, Paul McDermott. GNW screened on ABC TV from 1996-1998 and the TEN Network from 1999-2001.