Bartleby is a book for children and families, inspired by a bedtime story I’ve told my kids about discovering what it means to be content with who we are and where we land.
Snow in Sicily is for readers of all ages, inspired by traveling to Sicily and discovering more about my Sicilian heritage.
Women of Vision (a division of World Vision) is a series of blog posts about women’s health issues, specifically maternal health, in the developing world.
“Legacy” is an essay about my father’s death, published in July 2013 in the Annals of Internal Medicine. It highlights how doctors can do better handling end-of-life matters with patients and families.
On Being a Doctor
2 July 2013 Annals of Internal Medicine Volume 159 • Number 1 71
“Medicine Man” is a short story that I wrote during medical school for young audiences. Years later it won a prize in the Alabama Writers’ Conclave