Judy Sandler spent twenty-five years as an educator in independent schools in Baltimore, Maryland before turning her attention full time to writing. She loves to write memoir and essays about mental illness, family, and finding beauty and humor in the mundane. She shares her time between Baltimore, Maryland and Lincolnville, Maine with her husband of thirty years, their three children, and their dog, Leo. Judy is an avid runner, and enjoys cooking, skiing, and boating. Her essays have been featured in Edutopia, Hags on Fire, Collection Magazine, and Pangyrus; In Sickness and in Health. Judy is the non-fiction editor for the Stonecoast Review.