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Pulse--voices from the heart of medicine: Editors' Picks: a third anthology Paperback – February 8, 2016
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Paul Gross is founding editor of Pulse--voices from the heart of medicine. A family physician in the Bronx, he is on the faculty at Montefiore's Residency Program in Social Medicine and at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He writes about the personal side of medicine, teaches reflective writing to residents and medical students, and conducts award-winning writing workshops for health professionals, students and patients. Diane Guernsey is founding executive editor of Pulse —voices from the heart of medicine. Trained as a classical pianist, she enjoyed a long career in publishing as a senior editor at Town & Country Magazine. She is now on the music faculty of Manhattanville College, where she teaches piano and coaches singers. She is also a licensed psychoanalyst.
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Then start paging through. You can really start anywhere. I first opened up to "Unexpected Symphony." And I was totally taken away by the clarity, power and message. That feeling you get when you are in the hands of a consumate writer and you think, "I will not be forgetting this story." I figured that story had to be an exception. So I paged over to a poem called "Here's the Thing" and I also loved that. I kept going. Savoring each entry. Because as it turns out, they are all good! And I mean really good. Exquisite writing, each piece a gem. These are not stories about being sick or being a doctor. This is literature at it's best.
These are the kind of stories that can prompt healing.