Julie Z. Rosenberg spent 18 years as a copywriter at numerous magazines including Time, Fortune, Gourmet, Self, Parents, People and Vogue. Most recently she was the managing editor and creative director for special advertising sections at The New York Times. Over the years she has honed her writing skills to include journalism and personal essays and has written 40+ articles for ParentDish, AOL’s popular parenting site. Currently she writes a monthly column for Park Slope Patch called, You Don’t Know Jack. Julie lives in Brooklyn with her husband and children. You can also catch her at Googling the Holocaust, a companion blog to her book-in-progress of the same name.