Judy Richardson does not give in to the fear of falling. She refuses to stop doing what she loves, especially traveling, just because she has to rely on mobility devices. She travels at her own gait and expects that being lost and found is part of the journey. She lives in Richmond, Virginia.
Judy has written numerous articles for academic journals and three textbooks. She has published in The Penman Review, Persimmon Tree, Lowestoft Chronicle, Whitefish Review, and at writerfairy.com, as well as in Stories Through The Ages: Baby Boomers Plus-2017 and Nuance, Anthology of Ventura County Writers Club, 2018. Her essay about TV Guide will appear in Ink (Hippocampus) in 2020.