Survive & Thrive: A Journal for Medical Humanities and Narrative as Medicine is dedicated to improving the odds of survival and living well through education. We are committed to engendering and facilitating restorative therapies for the sick and injured, their caretakers, families, and medical professionals. We welcome all who are dedicated to saving lives and the aesthetic experience in healing regardless of the kind of illness or injury.
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Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 1 (2020)Front Cover Image: "Figure 7: Zen Moon, Hectic Tree" from "Re-Reading Marshall McLuhan: Hectic Zen, Rhetoric, and Composition" by Rex Veeder in enculturation (December 20, 2011) http://enculturation.net/hectic-zen
Birth Narratives: A Vehicle for Women’s Agency and Catharsis
Charity L. Gibson
- Julia Brown
- Adjunct Lecturer of English, Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning Center, City College of New York
- Suzanne Black
- Associate Professor, Department Chair of English, SUNY Oneonta
- Steven B. Katz
- Pearce Professor Emeritus of Professional Communication, Clemson University