July was born Miranda Jennifer Grossinger and raised in the bohemian confines of Berkley, California. Though more intellectual than hippy, her parents owned an independent publishing business, North Atlantic Books, that allowed July to be in the company of strange and obscure writers who sometimes stayed in her home to finish their novels. As a child, the painfully shy July occupied her time by recording one half of a conversation into a tape recorder, before playing it back and adding the second half as she listened. During her high school years, she formed a fanzine called Snarla with a friend, changed her last name to the more art-friendly July, and began producing plays at Berkley's fam...
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