Judah Leblang is a Medford-based writer, teacher and storyteller. His essays and commentaries have been broadcast on 200 NPR and ABC-radio network stations around the US, including WGBH in Boston. He is the author of two memoirs, including "Echoes of Jerry," the story of Leblang's bond with his deaf uncle and his work in the Deaf Community. He has performed his one man show, "It's Now or Never" at Medford Public Library, and at Fringe Festivals in the US and Canada. Samples of his work are at www.judahleblang.com
As a memoir/nonfiction writer and storyteller, I use words to connect to my audience, and to explore universal themes of difference, fitting in--or not, and of dealing with aging, disability, and other times when 'man planned and God laughed.'