Louise Aronson has an MFA from Warren Wilson College and an MD from Harvard. She has received the Sonora Review prize, the New Millennium short fiction award, and three Pushcart nominations. Her fiction has appeared in Bellevue Literary Review and the Literary Review, among other publications. She is an associate professor of medicine at UCSF, where she cares for older patients and directs the Northern California Geriatrics Education Center and UCSF Medical Humanities. She lives in San Francisco.
A History of the Present Illness: Storiesby Louise Aronson
Sixteen elegant and original linked stories from a potent new voicea doctor with an MD from Harvard and an MFA in fiction.See more details below
Sixteen elegant and original linked stories from a potent new voicea doctor with an MD from Harvard and an MFA in fiction.
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