Ruth Neuwald Falcon is the reason I was able to finish my book. In her, I found someone who could understand and help me to find language that would accurately convey the meaning of what I was trying to say.
I love to collaborate. It brings out the best in me and the best in those I work with.
Is there a project that you’ve put on hold because you don’t know how to organize your material? Or does the thought of doing it alone just make you feel tired? Do you have a non-fiction book or essay—a memoir, family stories or letters—hidden in a drawer or closet, virtual or actual? Maybe it’s locked in your head, waiting for your voice to find itself.
Or perhaps you’re working on a website, personally or professionally, and it could use some coaxing and clarifying. Or a documentary film, whose structure isn’t quite right.
My work is helping people realize their dreams and goals. E-mail me to set up a free initial phone conversation in which we can begin to explore the possibilities together. Pricing determined by project elements and duration.
Ruth Neuwald Falcon is a superb editor with an eye for the truth.
Jeannette Franks, PhD, gerontologist & author,
Ruth is a brilliant editor and storyteller. Her experience shows in her facility with story and editing techniques.
I have always considered myself most fortunate that my first independent film was created in partnership with Ruth. I have rarely met someone with her talent, capabilities, and understanding of structure.
Helping you manifest your goal. Together, we create.
The story of a story by Ruth Neuwald Falcon
Thirty-five years ago I wrote a story about a young woman named Molly who moved from Manhattan to a canyon in the Santa Monica mountains.…
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Earth Day 2023 by Ruth Neuwald Falcon
Spring comes late and gently to upstate New York. It had already arrived in the city three weeks ago when I was there, bursting into soft…
Manhattan reflections by Ruth Neuwald Falcon
I started writing this post riding backwards (seems fitting somehow) on the train returning to Albany from Penn Station, so the tenses may slip a…
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Manhattan diary by Ruth Neuwald Falcon
I’ve been in the city for three and a half days, with another day and a half to go. Friday afternoon, right after dropping my…
No show tonight by Ruth Neuwald Falcon
You probably know, or can surmise, that those colored lines are lyrics from various songs. They are also links to performances that I chose to…
Pure happiness by Ruth Neuwald Falcon
“You won’t believe what I was up to last night,” a Seattle friend texted me yesterday. Along with her words came two pictures, one of…
A normal routine by Sue Robin
It has been a year since Putin sent his army to Ukraine. The Ukrainians have endured great loss of life, their homes have been decimated,…
Something I ate by Ruth Neuwald Falcon
Yesterday was the day I observe as my maternal grandparents’ yahrzeit, the anniversary of the day in 1943 that they were taken from Berlin to…
Toying with Mother Nature by Sue Robin
As the rain and wind rattled the windows, we sat warm and cozy and watched Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom, a bittersweet story of…