Rage and Reconciliation, one of Creative Nonfiction’s most popular issues, has been re-released. The book includes new essays and an 80-minute CD containing three essays read by professional actors and a panel discussion of the ethical dimensions of the issues raised. In this special issue produced in conjunction with Pittsburgh’s Jewish Healthcare Foundation, writers tackle healthcare in America, including problems of patient rights and professional responsibility. In “Notes on a Difficult Case,” Ruthann Robson details the traumatic results of a dangerous misdiagnosis; in “A Merging of Head and Heart,” Judith Dancoff discusses her painful sexual dysfunction, the result of a pituitary tumor; and in “Postpartum,” Nancy Linnon reveals her struggles with postpartum depression.
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