Judah Leblang


About The Teacher

Judah Leblang is a writer, teacher and storyteller in Boston. His radio essays and commentaries have been broadcast on 200 NPR and ABC network stations around the US. His column, “Life in the Slow Lane,” runs regularly in Bay Windows, Boston’s weekly gay newspaper. His first book, “Finding My Place,” was published in 2009 and his latest memoir “Echoes of Jerry,” (Red Giant Books) was published in fall 2019. Judah also has written two solo shows, including his latest–It’s Now or Never: My Life in the Late Middle Ages, which he has performed in Boston, and at Fringe Festivals in Winnipeg, Calgary and Edmonton, Canada.

The new second edition of his book, “Finding My Place: One Man’s Journey from Cleveland to Boston and Beyond” is now available from Lake Effect Press. See Lakeeffectpress.com or judahleblang.com for more information.

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