Judy Bolton-Fasman’s essays and reviews have appeared in major newspapers including the New York Times and literary magazines such as McSweeney’s, Brevity, Cognoscenti, The Rumpus, Catapult and the anthology, “The Shell Game: Writers Play With Borrowed Forms” (University of Nebraska Press). A recent essay has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Judy also has an essay in the anthology, “(Her)oics: Women’s Lived Experiences During the Coronavirus Pandemic” (Regal House Publishing). She is the recipient of the Alonzo G. Davis Fellowship for Latinx writers from the Virginia Center for Creative Arts and has been the Erin Donovan Fellow in Non-Fiction at the Mineral School. Her memoir, "Asylum: A Memoir of Family Secrets” is forthcoming in the fall of 2021 from Mandel Vilar Press.
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