INTIMA FALL 2018 | NON-FICTION
A Rusted Bronze Star | Sarah Bugg
When an old war hero confronts a young resident, the doctor learns how much has really been lost
ICU | Rob McClure Smith
In crisis, our vision often hides the most important things.
The Kindness of Strangers | Himali McInnes
On kindness, aging and catching the perfect breath
Lamentations | Diana Cejas
Freedom from suffering comes in strange and satisfying ways.
Listening to Lyme | Merissa Nathan Gerson
A deeply personal look at a complex and complicated illness.
Looking Through the Album | Martha Nance
Like family members, patients fill the picture books of our souls.
Mena and Natalie | Melissa Franckowiak
Friendship between caregiver and child challenges a nanny’s maternal instincts when illness arises.
Request for a Search and Seizure Warrant in the Matter of Mr. Richard W. Shepard’s Remains | Nels Highberg
A professor searches among fragments of his past for closure never afforded by a friend’s illness and ultimate demise.
Under the Wreckage, An Ocean | M. Sophia Newman
Making sense of trauma through dreams of two buildings that no longer stand
Why Compassion? | Martha Nance
A physician’s musings on “com-passion” with patients with neurodegenerative diseases