Judith Lindbergh

I’m an author, teacher, creative writing mentor,
sometimes photographer, former professional dancer and actress,
and a whole lot of other things.

Judith Lindbergh
My glamorous author headshot
Mostly, these days, I run The Writers Circle while I write my next novel, and help my two beautiful boys turn into men. Here’s where you can find out more about my novels and a few other things I’ve been up to.


Judith Lindbergh teaching
The real deal! Me, teaching at The Writers Circle's Summer Creative Writing Intensives.

Upcoming Events, News & Publications

I’ll be at:

November 16: I am incredibly honored to be on a panel with my dear friends Stephanie Cowell and Pamela Leggett at The Madeleine L’Engle Conference: Walking on Water in New York City.  Join us!
January 17-20, 2020: I can’t wait to get back to the Winter Poetry & Prose Getaway where I will be teaching the Prose Critique Intensive.  After a year off for this fabulous writing conference run by Murphy Writing at Stockton University, it’ll be wonderful to see old friends and meet new, and discover more amazing voices as I do every year.  Join us for an inspiring weekend in South Jersey with writers from near and far.


My latest personal essay, Potluck Dinners: From perfect to a step too far just published in the holiday issue of Edible Jersey. My dear writing friends from Madeleine L’Engle’s workshops and The Writers Circle will certainly remember some of those wonderful potluck gatherings! 

I’m so excited to see my guest blog post-“Are you sure you want to know the future?”–shared on Madeleine L’Engle’s website.  It recalls a moment I spent with Madeleine long ago and an invaluable lesson, one of many, that I took away from knowing her.  Thanks to Charlotte Jones Voiklis for sharing my words and memories.

And here’s my earlier essay, Food Confessions of a Former Dancer, from the Spring 2019 issue of Edible Jersey, Who knew a non-cooking former dancer had so much to write about food?


For more events, weekly workshops, and lots of other literary doings, always check The Writers Circle!