"An autobiographical-autopathological account of a father’s horrifying experience of seeing a beloved child diagnosed with cancer, suffering greatly through treatment, and succumbing to its brutal side effects. Powerfully written with stark honesty and love…"
"Kurt Eichenwald shares his experiences living with epilepsy in an electrifying narrative….The psychological and emotional impact of living with a chronic and unpredictable illness is front and center."
“Mustering a combination of data and insights from the domains of history, archeology, genetics, biology, paleobiology, economics, and sociology, among others, Harari weaves an organized narrative that attempts to answer the questions of who we are and how we got here.”
"The film interrogates the emotional capacity required of family and friends in the face of another’s illness and asks viewers to recognize that patients do not tread the journey of disease alone but in conjunction with their caregivers."
"Happily, Rafael Campo is a doctor who delivers excellent and compassionate care as well as a writer who steps back, aware of all the complexities of life, illness, and mortality, to offer us these excellent and compassionate poems."
"Beth Macy has been a newspaper reporter in the Roanoke, Virginia area for three decades. In this book, she provides extensive reporting on the opioid crisis, how it developed and wreaked havoc in Appalachia, and how it grew into a national crisis across the United States."
"The documentary Three Identical Strangers tells the unbelievable story of Bobby Shafran, Eddy Galland, and David Kellman – three identical triplets who were separated at birth and serendipitously reunited at the age of 19."
"This intelligent and compelling book invites us to evaluate the losses pertaining to 'modern death' and to consider better ways—whether from the past or in the future—to care for the dying, their families, and all care-givers."
"As a practicing ER nurse, Nigliazzo becomes, in these poems, an especially astute witness, using her condensed, lovely, and metaphoric language to let readers enter both the patient's experience and the caregiver's."