A fourth-generation doctor, David
Hellerstein's writing has focused on medicine and literature...on the experiences
of becoming a doctor, on the ways in which medicine has changed
over the past 100 years, on the interactions between humanity and technology
that occur in the hospital and the clinic.
His books include:
Battles of Life and Death,
Loving Touches (novel), and
A Family of Doctors (memoir). He has won awards including
the Pushcart Prize Best Essay Award, the David McCord Essay Prize, and
several MacDowell Colony Fellowships. He is also a psychiatrist,
clinical director of the New York State Psychiatric Institute.
In addition, he does research on the treatment
of mood disorders, including chronic depression.
(available at Amazon.com)
Family of Doctors
of Life and Death
Now available: Stone Babies,
a new novel, a black comedy about practicing medicine in New York in the new millennium.
Now back in print at
iuniverse.com: Battles of Life
and Death and Loving Touches
Marcus Rosenwasser, MD, from A Family of
appeared in magazines including New York Times Magazine,
Harper's, Esquire, North American Review, Fiction
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Essays, short stories, journalism, fiction...and scientific research. His
writings have appeared in North American Review, NY Times Magazine, Harper's,
Esquire, Vogue, and American Journal of Psychiatry, Archives of General
Psychiatry, and other professional journals.
of Life and Death, award- winning essays about medical school and residency
Touches, a novel about love and madness...
Family of Doctors, a history of American medicine as seen through
5 generations of doctors in one family...
Babies, a black comedy about medicine in Manhattan in