The following articles were authored by judah1

Memoir-writing in Medford

I’m offering a six-week version of “Writing from Real Life” at my place in Medford. The course will meet in Medford Square on six Thursdays in May and June–May 12, 26, and June 2, 9, 16, and 23 from 6-8 PM. The cost of the course is only $225. For more information, contact me at lakeeffectpress@gmail.com

From Diapers to Depends in Cambridge

flyer-outpost-3-page-001On Friday December 4 I’ll be performing with my friends Randy Ross and Erica Ferencik at Outpost 186 in Cambridge. A fun, engaging evening with three fifty-something writers, exploring the terrain of middle age, love gone wrong, and other times when ‘Man planned and God laughed.’

New piece in Whirlwind Review

My essay, “A Grand City on a Great Lake,” is featured in the current issue of the Whirlwind Review, an on-line literary journal. Check it out here: Whirlwind Review

Jumpstart your writing in Salem

I’m thrilled to be teaching “Jumpstart your Writing” with a focus on creative nonfiction–memoir and personal essay–at the Salem Athenaeum–on six Wednesday evenings, 6-9 PM, beginning on Wednesday Sept 30. The class is sponsored by Grub Street. Please go to: Grub Street to sign up. I hope to see you there!

One Man’s Journey Comes to Chicago

I’ll be doing my show as part of the Chicago Fringe in Chicago’s Jefferson Park Neighborhood over Labor Day weekend 2015. Shows are at Windy City Music’s Blackbox, 5340-42 West Lawrence. Shows will be 9/4 at 8:30 PM, 9/5 at 4 PM, and 9/6 at 10 PM. Tickets are only $10, and available via the Fringe Fest site at One Man’s Journey

Literary Pride: Come Join Me at the Boston Hostel June 11 at 6:30 PM

I’m thrilled to be part of an outstanding panel featuring 5 LGBT writers talking about their work: Alden Jones, Matthew Gilbert, Jennie Olds, Annie Weatherwax and me, with Neil Miller as moderator. The panel, “Literary Pride: LGBT writer talk about their work,” will take place on Thursday June 11 at Boston’s Hostel International, 19 Stuart Street in the Theater District. The event is free, and we are being featured in the literary section on the Boston Globe on Sunday June 6, 2015. Come, hear some talented authors and celebrate Pride!

My first show on Boston’s North Shore!

I’m doing the latest version of “One Man’s Journey” at the historic Salem Athenaeum on Saturday April 11, 2015 at 7 PM. Tickets can be purchased through the library at:
http://salemathenaeum.net/event/one-mans-journey-through-the-middle-ages/

He Said/He Said at Boston’s Hostel International Friday March 13 7:30 PM

Come join storyteller/humorist Randy Ross and me for a humorous look at single life in middle age and various times when ‘Man planned and God laughed’

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in this engaging two-man show. The show is open to the general public (i.e. you) and suggested donation at the door is $10. Show starts at 7:30, come schmooze and snack at 7 PM.
19 Stuart Street in Boston’s Theater District.

Diapers to Depends Feb 26 in Boston!

I’m excited to be performing with two talented writer-storytellers at “From Diapers to Depends” on Thursday Feb 26 at The Grand Canal Bar, 54 Canal Street in Boston. The festivities begin at 7:30 PM. We’ll each be doing some new material and celebrating our collective birthdays in middle age. Come catch us live, before it’s too late!
For more info, see http://grandcanalboston.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/flyer-canal-2-26.jpg

Come Join Me at Grub Street or Somerville Library!

I’m teaching a fun, hands-on one day workshop at Grub Street, “Get Writing: Short Memoir and Personal Essay” at Grub’s main location in downtown Boston. The class will take place on Friday Oct 24 from 10 am to 5 pm. This is a chance to come together, write, and energize your writing practice. For more info, and to sign up, check out:

https://grubstreet.org/findaclass/class/jumpstart-your-creative-nonfiction-short-memoir-and-personal-essays-1/

I’m also going to be performing excerpts of my show with my friend Randy Ross in “He Said/He Said,” which features two middle-aged men–one straight, one gay–looking for love, connection and a good pierogi, in a free show at the West Branch of Somerville Library in Davis Square.
The show will take place on Thursday November 13 at 7:00 PM at the library, 40 College Avenue in Somerville.
More info is at:
http://www.eventkeeper.com/code/events.cfm?curOrg=SVILLE&curApp=events&curMonth=11&curYear=2014&SelectedDate=11/13/2014#11/13/2014