An IBC sister Meg Senuta, wrote an essay in Creative Nonfiction that has been Nominated for a Pushcart Prize. The article, Bad News 101, is about empathy training to help medical students sit with uncertainty. It’s very real and raw.
“Creative Nonfiction magazine is true stories, well told. Each issue demonstrates the depth and versatility of narrative nonfiction and proves that smart, engaging narratives can make any subject fascinating and meaningful. Recent issues have tackled themes ranging from memoir to games, from sex to home.” – Creative Nonfiction website
We want to wish Meg the best of luck and hope she wins the Pushcart Prize!