Links of Interest
Journals: Arts and Medicine
Several other academic medical centers have literature and medicine journals similar to SUNY Upstate's The Healing Muse. These links will take you away from the Upstate website.
Southern New Hampshire University
Mount Sinai Hospital
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
"a journal of medicine, health and the humanities"
An online Review of poetry and prose written by people who have faced serious illness or their loved ones.
Belleview Literary Review
Department of Medicine, NYU School of Medicine
"journal of humanity and human experience"
Blood and Thunder: Musings on the Art of Medicine
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
The Chaffin Journal
Eastern Kentucky University
University of Texas Health Science Center, School of Medicine
The Greensboro Review
University of North Carolina
Arizona Health Science Center
"medmusings: humanity in medicine"
Hektoen International Journal (online medical humanities journal)
Hektoen Institute of Medicine, Chicago, IL
University of Virginia School of Medicine
Excelsior College Press, Albany, NY
Health Division, Dunedin
Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri
New York University Medical Humanities
The Southern Quarterly
University of Southern Mississippi
Austin Peay State University, Center for the Creative Arts, Clarksville, TN
Syracuse YMCA Downtown Writer's Center, directed by Phil Memmer
The DWC is CNY's only community center for the literary arts, and is a leading member of the YMCA National Writer's Voice network of literary arts programs.
The Healing Muse is listed in the following literary magazines:
An award-winning, free writers' resource listing over 4,923 current poetry, fiction, and non-fiction markets.
Every Writers Resource
The site is about writers, and writing. It is about a passion for publishing and helping those writers and editors that dedicate themselves to a passion.
Poets and Writers
If you're looking for writing competitions, MFA creative writing programs, or literary magazines and small presses that welcome both new and established writers, look here.