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
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!
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:
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:
I’m thrilled to be doing a new, improved version of my show at the Cervena Barva Press studio in the Somerville Armory, 191 Highland Avenue, just down the street from Somerville High School, on Thursday March 27 at 7:30 PM.
If you haven’t seen “One Man’s Journey through the Middle Ages,” OR if you haven’t seen it lately, this performance is for you. The studio is quite intimate, and a perfect space for a low-tech but heartfelt version of my life in middle age.
Be sure to get tickets in advance–there is limited seating–don’t get shut out! Watch this space for ticketing info!J Leblang Flyer_Sville 3-14
Judah Leblang is a writer, teacher and storyteller based in Boston, MA. His written and audio pieces combine reflection, keen observation, and humor. Please visit the Show page to see video clips from “One Man’s Journey through the Middle Ages,” the Writing page to read and hear audio clips of some of Judah’s stories, and the Book page to read excerpts of Judah’s memoir, “Finding My Place: One Man’s Journey from Cleveland to Boston and Beyond.”
You can order the book here:
There is also information on Judah’s CDs Finding My Place and Snapshots, as well as a schedule of workshops and readings you may wish to attend. Enjoy!
To contact Judah, email.