B.J. Yudelson

B.J. Yudelson is a retired writer for not-for-profit agencies. Her creative nonfiction has appeared in numerous publications. She volunteers extensively in Rochester’s Jewish community.

Boxed In

by | in Business & Politics

On the long flight to California, my husband shares with me a Business Week article on the dismal economy. Our discussion drifts to its effect on the middle class and specifically on our children.… Read more

Two Lifetimes

by | in Poetry

With the brilliance of a comet Ruth streaked through our lives for fourteen years minus one week, gone now two weeks short of twenty-eight years, twice the length of her effervescent life. “With a… Read more