Here is an introduction to Aroph Short Stories. For the next nine weeks a new story will appear every Friday, available from the Judah Mahay App, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher Radio, or your favorite RSS[…]
Novel finished and now with agents. Back to recording the #ArophShortStories podcast. On episode 5 story “Bumps” by Matthew Hall. Planning on the first episode going live on the first of October. After which, episodes will[…]
I had a lot fun putting this together. Took a bit of tweaking, but I’m happy with the results. In the future I will be adding a podcast called Aroph Audio Shorts to the app[…]
I submitted The Human Quotient to a writing competition at Inkitt.com and received some incredible reviews that I wanted to share. Please go to the link below. Thanks.
So I decided I might throw up one of these on occasion. Let the world know what I think of my reading explorations. First let’s give props where props are deserved. Published in 2008, The[…]
Our dear friend Jose Rivera is well know in the theatre community and he’s earned that honor. Over the years he’s guided budding playwrights in their craft. After a decade or so he finally imparted to a wider audience some of his insights in “36 Assumptions About Writing.” Here in this little piece, I’ll pull Mr. Rivera into the realm of fiction, showing how some of his sagacity might be a little more universal than first perceived. First I will begin by presenting the assumption and then I’ll analyze it. Let’s take a look.
My author smartphone app was reviewed as an app of the day on the site droidappoftheday.com. Link posted below. Hope you enjoy. http://www.droidappoftheday.com/2013/09/judah-mahay-author.html P.S. My app is also available on the iPhone. Download: iPhone |[…]
After much discussion with my friends and colleagues, I’ve decided to post a few of my short stories for free on major ebook retailers including Google Books and the iBookstore for the iPad. My first story[…]
I recently was contacted by the Long Island Council for the Arts in Freeport to be honored for an annual event. They are recognizing people for their work as advocates in the arts. In all[…]
Explore the fantastical fiction, poetry, and musings of Judah Mahay in this free smartphone app with over ten short stories and fifteen poems. Bored on the subway? Fall into another world for a few minutes. You know you want to.
Download the Judah Mahay, Author app for either Android or Mobile at judahmahay.ninja!
In January of 2010, I was blessed to be selected by an internationally acclaimed group of artists including Robert Wilson for a residency at the Watermill Center. The New York Foundation for the Arts through[…]
Judah Mahay | The Watermill Grimoire | January 30, 2010 from Watermill Center on Vimeo. The Watermill Center presented the work of the Spring season’s first artist-in-residence, the American writer Judah Mahay on January 30,[…]
Judah’s Watermill Grimoire Project had a full feature article “Artifacts at the Watermill Center Come to Life in an Action Tale from a Writer in Residence” by Pat Rogers in The South Hampton Press and[…]
Hamptons.com included Judah’s Watermill Grimoire event in their “This Week in the Arts,” column. Read Article
The East Hampton Star’s The Art Scene by Elise D’Haene mentioned Judah’s event at the end of his Watermill Residency. Read Article
Judah Mahay was featured in the article “Be Your Art. . . .” a new networking resource for LI art and artists by Carleton Palmer of Examiner.com. Read Article
Judah was interviewed on WLIU 88.3 FM by host Bonnie Grice along with Gayle Wagner and Pat Synder. The focus is on the recent grant Judah received from the New York Foundation for the Arts issued by the East End Arts Council for his residency at the Watermill Center.
Judah received a Strategic Opportunity Stipend from the New York Foundations for the Arts issued by the East End Arts Council and a Hamptons.com article “This Week in the Arts” discusses the winning participants’ plans.[…]
I’ve been using my iTouch for a while now and I’ve downloaded numerous applications with an eye on productivity, entertainment, and knowledge. Through the cacophony of the iPhone App popularity game, on a rare occasion I’ll give voice to a product worth the hype. Strangely, the most useful application I discovered so far has little to no exposure. I hope to change the mistake.
Thus enters Story Tracker. Being a writer, I have found this application unbelievable useful and well worth every penny, even at a sum of $9.99. A small price to pay in order to help yourself get published. This tool helps you in countless ways to track, organize, and respond to story submissions. This is excellent for any writer looking to take the serious steps towards publication. Let’s look at a breakdown of the benefits taken from the developer’s site.
My story Lord of the Dome was voted to be made into a short film by WeMakeYourMovie. Watch on YouTube I really like what they did with William the rat and the guy who played[…]
Judah was interview for the Creatives column in an article entitle Judah Mahay: Modern Day Renaissance Man, which focus on interesting people who live on Long Island. Go to page 32 to find the article.[…]
We all begin within our selves and somehow along the way we become lost within the mess of living. Some of us never find our way back home, but wander amidst the tangle of experiences[…]
Words within come unbidden before my eyes struck within my mind. I cannot bare the ache of unsettled turmoil within. Words must come forth or surely the I of self will die. Lost, I fall[…]
In the North Shoreian Magazine’s 2008 Altruism issue they featured Judah Mahay’s BeYourArt.com venture entitled “BeYourArt Helps Artists Become Their Art.” Read Article
This was an article entitle Live, Breathe, and Be Your Art by Jenny Zhu about the website Judah created called BeYourArt.com. Read Article
CBS did a video interview of Judah in 2006 on how it was to live on the Tall Ship Windy entitled Old Time Shipping is Kept Alive on the Windy. Watch Video