Judith Harway, author of: “Sundown: A Daughter’s Memoir of Alzheimer’s Care,” shares her thoughts with Alzheimers.net on the disease and the time she spent caring for her mother through Alzheimer’s. Learn more from her memoir of the time. A Daughter’s Memoir and a Few Thoughts on Healing After a recent presentation about “Sundown: A Daughter’s Memoir […]Continue Reading →
About Judith Harway
Judith Harway is the author of: "Sundown – A Daughter’s Memoir of Alzheimer’s Care" (Branden Books, 2014), plus three collections of poetry: "Swimming in the Sky;" "All That is Left" (a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award); and "The Memory Box." She is a professor at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, and her work has earned two Wisconsin Arts Board Literature Fellowships, the Muse Prize for Excellence in Poetry from the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, and numerous other honors. Judith is a founding member of the Milwaukee Jewish Artists’ Laboratory, and a fellow of both the MacDowell Colony and the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts. Her poetry and essays have been published in over forty national and regional literary journals. Judith and her husband, musician Dan Armstrong, share their home with three rescued dogs, who have happily replaced their grown children.