Student Cynthia Stock Published in Pulse: Voices From the Heart of Medicine
by Writing Workshops Staff
2 months ago
Congratulations to Cynthia Stock! She has new work titled "When Worlds Collide" published in Pulse, which you can read here.
Cynthia's work has appeared in Memoryhouse, Shark Reef, The Manifest-Station, and Lunch Ticket Amuse Bouche, as well as several anthologies.
During a forty-three-year Critical Care nursing career, Cynthia pursued creative writing through various institutions and mentors. She enjoys being a seventy-year-old who drinks wine, contemplates the narratives in Joni Mitchell and Prince lyrics, and writes fiction gleaned from fragments of an ordinary life.
Cynthia's career in nursing, her experiences as a competitive swimmer, wrestling with personal demons, and a love of the written word drive many of her stories. She is in the process of revising two short stories and in the middle of a first draft about aging.
We're rooting for you, Cynthia! Thank you for letting us be part of your writing journey!
BIO: Cynthia Stock practiced professional nursing for more than forty years. She earned her BSN from Arizona State University in 1973 and her MSN from UT Austin in 1977 and spent most of her career at the bedside in critical care, but also worked as a nurse investigator at a law office and as an adjunct faculty member at Texas Woman’s University. Throughout her career, she pursued creative writing. Her first novel, The Final Harvest of Judah Woodbine (2014), is a story about a polio survivor. Her work has appeared in Memoryhouse, HerStry, Shark Reef, Lunch Ticket’s Amuse Bouche and The American Journal of Nursing.
PULSE: Launched in 2008, Pulse was created by members of the Department of Family and Social Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine in collaboration with colleagues and friends around the country.
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