Medicine, literature, academic writing, submitting to literary journals: we wander all over the map with guest Danielle Ofri.
Funny thing—writers for popular pubs tend to see literary magazines as an unsurmountable challenge (I know I do) and vice versa. Danielle Ofri, though, straddles both worlds as the Editor-in-Chief of the Bellevue Literary Review
and a regular contributor to the New York Times and Slate as well as journals like The Lancet and The New England Journal of Medicine, making her the perfect person to talk to about that crossover, as well as the crossover between a career with confidentiality at its core, and one where telling the whole truth is key.
#AmReading (Watching, Listening)
Danielle: Ragtime E.L. Doctorow and Little King
, Salmon Rushdie's short story excerpt in the New Yorker from his book, Quichotte.
The Strand again! We don't mind repeating a good one.
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