Julie Sedivy is a Calgary-based writer and language scientist whose work ranges from the scientific to the literary, and includes everything in between. She has taught linguistics and psychology at Brown University and the University of Calgary, and has published a textbook (Language in Mind) on the rapidly growing field of psycholinguistics. She also writes for general audiences about language, how it sets up camp in the human mind, and how it plays out in human interactions and in society at large. Her latest book is Memory Speaks: On Losing and Reclaiming Language and Self (publication date: Oct. 2021). You can read her bio here, check out her books, read some of her essays, or follow her on Twitter.