Judith serves on the Mesa Refuge Advisory Committee and is the author of two non-fiction books. TransFats: the Hidden Killer in Our Food was written in the exquisite solitude of Mesa Refuge in 1994. Her short story, “Colors Only Birds Can See in Their Mating Rituals,” was published in the American Library Review and received an honorable mention in their 2016 annual short story contest.
Judith practices family psychotherapy when she is not writing and serves as a director on several non-profit boards. She lives in Bolinas, California. Of course she hikes!