Ellen Stockdale Wolfe


Ellen Stockdale Wolfe worked her way through school, earning a BA from Barnard College, an MA in Special Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, an MLS in Library Science at Columbia University. She worked with autistic children in college and in graduate school. Additionally she took courses in fiction and non-fiction writing at the School of General Studies at Columbia. She worked for 30 years as a cataloguer, specializing in her college major and minor, art history and psychology, at Teachers College, Columbia University, Butler Library, Columbia University, the Frick Museum and the New-York Historical Society. In 2000 she left libraries to become a Reiki Master and pursue her early interests in photography, painting, and writing. Her art work can be viewed on her web page:


Fear of Fusion, the featured article and focus of Psychoanalytic Inquiry, vol. 13, no. 3, 1993

A nature column in the Millbrook Register Herald with the byline, Under the Black Birch from 2005-2010

Where to find Ellen Stockdale Wolfe online


Eye-locks and Other Fearsome Things: Learning to Love as a Bipolar Aspie
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 112,620. Language: English. Published: May 15, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs, Nonfiction » Biography » Gay & lesbian
This is the story of the triumph of love over mental illness and emotional disability, racial barriers and gender taboos, giving encouragement to those who are fighting their own inner battles. It is a story of how therapy and a supportive environment can foster change. Lastly, it is a story of hope that those who seek love can find it against all odds.

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Smashwords book reviews by Ellen Stockdale Wolfe

  • The Lonely Anarchist on April 22, 2014

    A great story, well told, well written and fast paced. It tells of different time and era, now long gone. It is a good glimpse into that time, place and the local color. The dialogue, plot and the interesting array of characters are all well drawn. And Rick gets us to watch them with interest as the story unfolds.