ABOUT JUDY WOLFMAN
Writing and telling stories have always been a way of life for Judy Wolfman, but everything escalated when she became a teacher. Realizing that she could teach more effectively using stories than she could through lectures, Judy created stories based on facts and concepts she wanted to teach. But it wasn't until 1993, when she retired from teaching that her life took off - more storytelling gigs, college teaching opportunities, and time to write.
JUDY WOLFMAN THE STORYTELLER
Judy performs stories from all genres for many ages and occasions. Her favorite ones to tell are from Native American legends, multicultural folktales from around the world, and holiday stories - especially for Halloween. Whenever possible, Judy involves the audience in her stories, allowing them to become part of the story.
PROGRAMS AND WORKSHOPS
Besides her author talks, Judy teaches storytelling, creative writing, and creative dramatic classes and workshops at a variety of venues. She conducts her programs at schools, libraries, conferences, and wherever she is invited. Participants appreciate her informal, enthusiastic style, with maximum group interaction as she shares her knowledge.