Pegasus Physician Writers at Stanford Citation Page

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PEGASUS PHYSICIAN WRITERS AWARDS

PEGASUS POETRY PUBLICATIONS

  • Campo, Rafael. The Other Man Was Me: A Voyage to the New World. Arte Publico Press, 2017.

  • Campo, Rafael. Comfort Measures Only. Hippocrates Press, 2017.

  • Campo, Rafael. Alternative Medicine. Duke University Press Books, 2013.

  • Farid, Diana. How Could I Help This Patient? (poem). MD Magazine. March 2017.

  • Farid, Diana. Dear Medicine. National Academy of Medicine. 2018.

  • Garde, Ira Batra, Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana, New York Times, May 3, 2016,” poem, Nonviolence magazine (publication of The Metta Center for Nonviolence), Winter/Spring 2017.

  • Garde, Ira Batra, “The Photograph, poem, Nonviolence magazine (publication of The Metta Center for Nonviolence), Summer/Fall 2016.

  • Garde, Ira Batra, “Let the Pain Not Spread,” poem, April 2015, The Metta Center for Nonviolence blog.

  • Garde, Ira Batra. "Breathing For Peace" . Nonviolence, a publication of the Metta Center for Nonviolence. Summer/Fall 2017.

  • Garde, Ira Batra. "Like This We March" . Nonviolence, a publication of the Metta Center for Nonviolence. Winter/Spring 2018.

  • Mann, Mali A. A Path with No Name: A Collection of Poetry and Painting. IPBOOKS. 2017.

  • Mann, Mali A. Mazandaran, Over the Ocean, Over the Mountain (poem). The American Psychoanalyst. Volume 46, No 1, Winter/Spring 2012.

  • Peterson, Kendra. “Communication.” The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine. Spring 2013. theintima.org 4/9/2013.

  • Peterson, Kendra. "Denial". Pulse: Voices from the Heart of Medicine. pulsevoices.org 10/9/2015.

  • Peterson, Kendra. The "Difficult Patient". The Intima. Fall 2017.

  • Pien, Jennifer. Untitled. Recipes for Hemlock, by Boston Poetry Magazine, Fall 2014

  • Pien. Jennifer. Untitled. East Coast Literary Review, Fall 2014

  • Pischel, Lauren. Meanwhile. Journal of Medical Humanities. June 2017, Volume 38, Issue 2, pp 213.

  • Seneviratne, Martin. Bruits. The Intima. Fall 2017.

  • Shafer, Audrey. Emergence. Anesthesiology 114(5):1236-7, 2011 (poem)

  • Shafer, Audrey. A Foot. Anesthesiology 115(1):205-6, 2011 (poem)

  • Shafer, Audrey. Anesthesia Checklist. Anesthesiology 116(2):477-8, 2012 (poem) [note: poem featured on the cover]

  • Shafer, Audrey. In the Emergency Room with My Mother, Again. Mission at Tenth: The Double Helix Issue, California Institute of Integral Studies 3:38, 2012 (poem)

  • Shafer, Audrey. The Unscathed Veteran and the Anesthesiologist. JAMA 308:1301, 2012 (poem)

  • Shafer, Audrey. The Anesthesiologist Breathes for you. Anesthesiology, 119:982-3, 2013 (poem)

  • Shafer, Audrey. The Off-Duty Anaesthetist. The 2013 Hippocrates Prize Poetry and Medicine Winning and Commended Poems. London: The Hippocrates Press

  • Shafer, Audrey. The Anesthesiologist Sees Pink. Stanford Anesthesia, 23:36, 2013 (poem)

  • Shafer, Audrey. Meditations of an Anesthesiologist: Poem and Commentary. In: Health Humanities Reader Ed. Jones T, Wear D, Friedman LD. Rutgers U Press, pp. 403-5, 2014.

  • Shafer, Audrey. Electrocardiogram. Anesthesiology 122:206-7, 2015 (poem)

  • Shafer, Audrey. The ASA 4 Patient at the VA Hospital. Anesthesiology 122:950-1, 2015 (poem)

  • Shafer, Audrey. Monday Morning. Ann Int Med 117:167, 1992. (poem) anthologized in The Well-Versed Parent: Poetic Prescriptions for Parenthood. Editor: Hunter JE. Ashland, OR:Wellstone Press, 2015, pp 99-100.

  • Shafer, Audrey. Featured Poet: The Anesthesiologist and the Patient, Autumn Sun, Seven-thirty A.M., Afternoon, What Will Never Be, Ed: Zawinski A. PoetryMagazine.com digizine April 2016

  • Shafer, Audrey. Memorial Day. JAMA, 315(20):2238, 2016 (poem)

  • Shafer, Audrey. "No, first and foremost, remember to be humble". Doximity, April 2018.

  • Steiner, Hans. Charon's Ferry. MD Magazine. March 2017

  • Steiner, Hans. Michael Angel. Academic Psychiatry. 2017

  • Trueblood, Henry Ward. In the Community Of Wild Birds. FriesenPress. September 2017.

  • Trueblood, Henry Ward. To Bind Up Their Wounds. Xlibris, 2008.

  • Uthayakumar, Arany. Travel Warning. Academic Psychiatry. 2017

  • Weingarten, Randall. For WCW. The Pulse, 2012.

PEGASUS SHORT FICTION & NARRATIVE NONFICTION PUBLICATIONS

(alphabetical by last name)

  • Goel. Anju. Why You Came to Me. In: Eliza Lo Chin's (editor). This Side of Doctoring: Reflections from Women in Medicine. 2002.

  • Gold, Jessica. A Coin Flip. Psychiatric Times. 2016 July; 33(7).

  • Gold, Jessica. The Mirror. Psychiatric Times. 2016 July; 33(7).

  • Gold, Jessica. Alligator hands. Ann Int Med. 2013 Oct 1; 159(7).

  • Gold, Jessica. A Moral Chameleon: Medical Hierarchy and the Medical Student. FASPE Journal (New York: FASPE/Museum of Jewish Heritage, January 2014), pp. 48-53.

  • Gold, Jessica. The First Day of Anatomy. The Yale Journal for Humanities in Medicine. 2011, February 5.

  • Hochgatterer, Paulus. Der Tag, an dem mein Grossvater ein Held war. Zsolnay, Vienna, 2017.

  • Jacobs, Charlotte DeCroes. Jonas Salk: a Life. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

  • Jain, Shaili. Sectioned. Hektoen International. 2017

  • Jain, Shaili. The Aftermath of Trauma. Hektoen International, Volume 5, Issue 1; Winter 2013

  • Kerrigan, Sean. Doe. The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine, Fall 2014

  • Lock, James and Carrion, Victor. Hit, Trip, Fall, Run, Dream, Stick, Sleep. San Francisco Theater Pub. June 15th, 2012.

  • Mann, Mali. Flying Doctors Bring Hope, Help, and Healing. American Psychoanalyst. Volume 46, No 3, Fall 2012.

  • Mann, Mali. When you come back bring your potted flowers. American Psychoanalyst. Volume 47, No 3, Fall/Winter 2013.

  • Mann, Mali. Clara Schumann’s Loss and Love. The American Psychoanalyst, Volume 50, No1. Winter/Spring 2016.

  • Mason, Daniel. Balanced Diets. Lapham's Quarterly, Summer, 2011

  • Mason, Daniel. Healing Spirits. Lapham’s Quarterly, 177-183, Summer, 2012

  • Meffert, William. A Leg To Stand On. MD Magazine. February 2017.

  • Meffert, William. Lost. The MacGuffin, 2012

  • Meffert, William. A Small Thing. Evergreen Review, Spring 2012.

  • Meffert, William. Ave Maria. Helix, Spring 2013.

  • Meffert, William. Trapped. Ars Medica, Spring 2013.

  • Nagata, Jason. The Patient Rotation. JAMA Pediatrics, August 2014.

  • Peterson, Kendra. House Call. The Pulse, online; 8/3/2012

  • Peterson, Kendra. Overwhelmed. The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine, online; Spring, 2013

  • Puri, Sunita. A Piece Of My Mind. Extraordinary. JAMA, August 27, 2014.

  • Shaw R, Hashemi B, Hong D, Hall R, Nelson K, Steiner H. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Following Traumatic Injury: Narratives as Unconscious Indicators of Psychopathology. Bulletin of The Menninger Clinic, 72(3): 179-90, 2008

  • Steiner, Hans. Parte For A Mother. MD Magazine. January 2017.

  • Steiner, Hans. If Lisbeth Salander Were Real. In: Rosenberg R, O’Neill S. (eds),: The Psychology of the Girl With The Dragon Tattoo: Understanding Lisbeth Salander and Stieg Larsson’s Millenium Trilogy. Dallas, Texas, Benbella Books , Inc., 2011, pp 153-167.

  • Steiner, Hans. Laudatio for Irvin D.Yalom. Zeitschrift fuer Individualpsychologie, 2012.

  • Steiner, Hans. Talking in Toys. The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine, Spring 2015

  • Steiner, Hans. The Cat Doctor. The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine, Spring 2015

  • Steiner, Hans and Schmiederer, E., Wenn Aerzte Schreiben; Die Zeit, No. 49, P. 13, 12/3/2015

  • Szajnberg, Nathan M. A Limp and A Death at Eagle Butte Reservation. The Intima. Fall 2017.

  • Tahvildari, Ali. The Long Ride. The Intima, Fall 2017.

  • Yalom, Irvin. A Curious Case of Writer's Block. The New York Times, February 14, 2015.

PEGASUS LONG FICTION & NARRATIVE NONFICTION PUBLICATIONS

PEGASUS NONFICTION PUBLICATIONS

PEGASUS WEB-BASED AND PRINTED OPINION PUBLICATIONS