Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Writing and Healing

Today's mail brought me a copy of Ars Medica, a journal put out by the medical community in Toronto about the intersection of creativity and health care. It contains a wealth of fiction and non-fiction, personal essays and poetry, an interview between Margaret Atwood and Vincent Lam, and yes, a short story by me, called "At the End of Breath." It's a good looking journal, but a bit hard to get--order through the website above (and at right) or else come over to my place and read mine. Or be a health care professional--I think those might be your only options. Or just kvell to yourself, "Hey, Rose-coloured published a new story!" and then put it out of your mind. Just wanted to let you know!

I'll dig a tunnel / from my window to yours
RR

5 comments:

Kerry said...

Congratulations!

frede said...

Congrats, Becky. I will definitely seek it out. Also why do literary journals never have up-to-date websites? Ever? And why can I never find them in Ottawa? Birthplace of Margaret Atwood *and* Vincent Lam. Surely, we deserve some literariness!!!

Rebecca Rosenblum said...

Thanks, guys! Fred, thank you so much for trying to pursue these wily journals! The truth is, many of them are so small-budgeted that they can't get much circulation going (or even webmastery), and there isn't much outcry (despite loyal readers like yourself). Actually, there are some great Ottawa journals, so maybe you'll see my name there soon!

Katherine N said...

What a cool journal! Nicely done!

Ransermo said...

I will see if I can find it, otherwise, I will borrow yours. :)