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A Healing Journey: Writing Together Through Breast Cancer Paperback – August, 2004
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Sharon grew up in Northern California, completed her B.A. and a year of graduate study at San Jose State University and earned her doctoral degree at the University of Toronto. She has also studied creative writing and literary fiction at Humber School for Writers in Toronto, completed a certificate in literary fiction at University of Washington ext. Writers' Program and studied transformative language arts at Goddard College.
In addition to her most recent books, she has authored a children's book, poetry, memoir and personal essays. Her work has appeared in anthologies, journals and magazines, and she is featured on the DVD, Writing Alone and With Others, the accompaniment to Pat Schneider's book by the same title.
Sharon currently teaches creative nonfiction for UCLA extension Writer's Program, leads groups for cancer survivors at Stanford Cancer Center in Palo Alto and Scripps Green Cancer Center in San Diego and also leads the Writers' Workshop at Stanford Medical School. Each summer, she teaches a week-long course on writing & healing at Berkeley's Pacific School of Religion.
She offers weekly writing prompts for cancer survivors and others at www.writingthroughcancer.wordpress.com. Her personal website is: www.sharonbray.net.
She is now completing a novel.
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A dear friend and breast cancer survivor sent me this book. Although I have several female friends who have been victimized by this scourge, I was unprepared for the revelations... Read morePublished on October 14, 2004 by Brian Oliver
I have taught writing for healing for 13 years with a variety of groups (chronic illness and pain, breast cancer,etc. Read morePublished on September 19, 2004 by Debbie A. Tripp
Read this book; it is moving, insightful and useful. One minute I spot a great idea or concept about writing techniques that I can use in my teaching of psychology. Read morePublished on September 18, 2004 by John Renner