Julie Mundy-Taylor


Dr Julie Mundy-Taylor is a passionate advocate of the value of oral storytelling for children and for adults. She has been a professional story teller for 25 years and is an Accredited Teller with the Australian Storytelling Guild (NSW).

Julie is a Research Librarian at the University of Newcastle and she completed her PhD from the University of Newcastle in 2013 with her thesis Storytelling engagement in the classroom. It remains one of only six Australian doctorates focusing on oral storytelling. She has numerous storytelling publications, which can be found here.

Julie is a co-host of Long Story Short – Storytelling Live a monthly storytelling performance event on the Central Coast; and co-founder of Caravan of Stories a co-operative of international professional storytellers. She regularly tells stories at universities, schools, festivals, conferences, team-building days and community events.

Julie offers a vast repertoire of stories ranging from myth, folktales, historical and personal, gathered over 30 years of storytelling and a doctoral study on storytelling.

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