Judith Hannah Weiss

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Judith Hannah Weiss made headlines for 30 years, promoting print and broadcast for clients like Time Warner, Conde Nast, Hearst, Hachette and HBO. Her recent work has won the Women’s Initiative contest at the Virginia Festival of the Book, and placed in the 44th New Millennium Writing Awards, The Cutthroat Barry Lopez Creative Nonfiction Contest, and the "Leaving" Contest hosted by Hospital Drive. Her work has appeared in The Rumpus and in Midcentury Modern, a Medium Publication.

New work is slated shortly for Hospital Drive, a publication of University of Virginia. Judith recently completed Away with Words: An Amnesic Memoir and lives south of Charlottesville, Virginia, where she also makes art for humans and homes for birds. You can find her at www.JudithHannahWeiss.com.

Contributions by Judith Hannah Weiss

Fall 2018 Issue

Losing My Mind and Getting a New One

Third Prize, 2017 Literal Latte Essay Award.
I’m not an expert on brain injury. I am a person who has one. It was an accident — the accident of a drunk with a truck. It was a Code 4 emergency, which means my life was threatened. Then it wasn’t my life. My head hit the headrest so hard it broke the seat. The good news was I survived. The bad news was brain damage….

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