It’s Not New Year’s Eve
Wolf’s highly visual observations filled with poignancy and wit, It’s Not New Year’s Eve is her strongest work yet. A journey down a road of bitterness and loneliness from a break-up, emerging on the other side – a place of healing, moving on and regaining one’s sense of self. So, so powerful!
“I found myself jotting down so many favorite phrases, Wolf’s keen observations and clever use of language in “It’s Not New Year’s Eve” hit me like a bullseye. Her descriptions of bitterness and self-doubt after a breakup felt like a laser leapt off the pages, connecting deep into my own memories. Grab a copy!
— Laura Schairer, Consultant
Join Judy Wolf for a romp through all those whispers of enticing afterthoughts that fleetingly linger in our imaginations, but rarely reach the surface. TIDBITS TOO is a tidbit for the mind…a feast for the soul!
Can’t sleep at night? Judith Wolf assures us we’re not alone. Finding laughter in the mundane is a true artform. Turning it into belly laughter is cunning! Clearly aging gracefully is for the birds—Tidbits Too reveals what we can expect as years of Saturday’s fly over the rainbow. Her poetry depicts everyday occurrences while cleverly framing them in a perspective that makes us question our own sanity—why do we take life so seriously? It’s time we fill in our own blank and Laugh! Thank you, Ms. Wolf for pointing out laughter is still the best medicine!
— Apryl Allen, Author, Composer & Playwright
I Hate Being In Love Alone
I Hate Being in Love Alone touches the core of life, love lost and the future which follows. Insightful perceptions, truthfulness and humor express feelings in poems which are full of heart. Always thoughtful, these words apply in some way to all of us.
“Judith Wolf is one of the few poets whose words make you laugh, cry, and laugh again. Her books won’t collect dust because they’ll be pulled from your shelf with joyful regularity.”
— John de los Santos, Writer, Librettist, and Stage Director
Otherwise: Poems About Life
Otherwise is a collection of poems composed in 2014 by Judith G. Wolf. Once started, you will not want to put down this compelling, metaphorically arresting collection of life insights, presented in artistic snippets that hook your attention. Every word carries impact, pace, and meaning. There is a realization that a part or even all of it applies to each of us. Dark, light, amusing, and always thought-provoking.
“Judith Wolf’s sharply etched and expressive poems take us on a memorable journey through the quotidian of everyday life, the eccentricities of family members and friends, the joy of love, and the pain of grief and loss. I am moved to compose an orchestral song cycle about love and loss from this remarkable collection of poems.”
— Kenneth Fuchs, Composer
Tidbits: A Pleasing and Not So Pleasing Morsel of Life
Deep psychological insight and a unique view of the world combine in Tidbits short morsels filled with quips on life.
“With TIDBITS, Judy Wolf has given us memorable quips of personal wit and wisdom. Full of irony, warmth and keen observation, these are good fun to read over and over, as they continue to delight and inform.”
— Craig Bohmler, Composer
Weeping Shadows contains poems of life. Delving deep into the pain and sometimes joy of living, Judy Wolf takes us on a journey into ourselves. The poems cause us to confront our emotions, which lie deep within. By sharing her own feelings, Judy Wolf helps us look at our own and accept or reject at will. Subtle humor is there as well, providing levity
Kwang-Wu Kim, Former Dean Herberger College of the Arts at Arizona State University, who wrote the introduction for the book said: “Judy asks each one of us to have the courage to take a moment to reflect upon who we are. These are poems to savor.