The Two Sides of American Health Care
This dichotomy in American health care is well-known to patients with chronic illness.
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The Invisible Kingdom: Reimagining Chronic Illness
Jodie Noel Vinson holds an MFA in non-fiction creative writing from Emerson College. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Harvard Review, Literary Hub, Ploughshares, Electric Literature, Agni, Creative Nonfiction and The Rumpus, among other places. She is the recipient of the Arts & Letters Susan Atefat Prize for Creative Nonfiction, the Ninth Letter Literary Award in Creative Nonfiction, and the Maureen Egen Writers Exchange Award from Poets & Writers. Jodie lives in Providence, where she is writing a book about the intersections of chronic illness and creative expression.
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