Judith Edelman comes from a reclusive clan of neuroscientists and visual artists, which is why she writes stories and songs instead. Her stories have won the Bridport Prize and the Pinch Journal’s fiction prize, and she’s been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize. She has four albums on the Compass Records and Thirty Tigers labels, and has composed music and songs for science documentaries which have appeared on Nova, Channel 4/London, and Sundance, among other venues. She lives in La Jolla and Nashville with her husband and Jack Russell.
Come Hell, Come Husbands
Finding solace and strength in Karen Karbo's "In Praise of Difficult Women."...