“Judith Hannan takes us with her on her journey through the valley of the shadow of death and then back to the sunshine of life. Judith’s willingness to share intimate feelings and to discuss difficult moments is a gift that will help so many, as it has already helped me, to deal with the past as well as the future.” Alan M. Dershowitz
Author Night Series at the New York Academy of Medicine:
MOTHERHOOD EXAGGERATED by Judith Hannan
Published by LaurelBooks / CavanKerry Press
Location: The New York Academy of Medicine
1216 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street, New York, NY 10029
This event is FREE but space is limited, so please RSVP here.
Judith Hannan will present her new memoir, MOTHERHOOD EXAGGERATED. In this memoir, when eight-year-old Nadia cracks her jaw, unmasking a rare bone cancer, mother and daughter are launched on a revelatory journey of treatment, recovery and survival.
We are pleased to support the publication of MOTHERHOOD EXAGGERATED through our partnership with LaurelBooks / CavanKerry Press.
Promoting the Patient’s Voice
By understanding the patient’s lived experience with illness, suffering and even death a doctor is more able to connect with and treat them as a fellow human being. The patient narrative can come through a variety of paths, such as patient panels, documentary films, literature, visual arts, and more. The Arnold P. Gold Foundation supports projects that help to deepen understanding and empathy for the patient experience, bringing critical insights to practitioners and medical trainees – and the patient public, too.
#newyearsresolution from Tracy Youngblom, author of our February release “Boy.”
Pre-order her book today through the link in our bio!
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“Boy” by Tracy a Youngblood will be available in February! Pre order your copy through the link in our bio today!
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We are continuing our promise from last year in building a space for equitable publishing. We are here and will continue to offer space, support, and publishing opportunities to underserved and underrepresented communities.
Today we memorialize and honor those who fought and continue to fight for the civil liberties and equity of the oppressed and exploited.
We want to take a moment to spotlight organizations that advance the causes of Black artists and Black livelihoods.
All of the links are in our bio!
CavanKerry Press is thrilled and honored to receive a 2023 National Endowment for the Arts publishing grant. Many thanks to NEA for recognizing the importance of our work and supporting production costs of our beautiful 2023 Spring collection.
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