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Imagining Illness: Pulitzer Prize Winners on Truth and Fact in Narrative

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What are the responsibilities of the creative writer when treating real-world questions in the sciences or medicine? Paul Harding, author of TINKERS (2010 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction) and David Oshinsky, author of POLIO: An American Story (2006 Pulitzer Prize for History) discuss the many ways in which the authorial imagination can evoke and engage with the body and illness in fiction and nonfiction. Paul Harding Author, Pulitzer Prize Winner David Oshinsky Director, Division of Medical Humanities, NYU School of Medicine, Pulitzer Prize Winner Erika Goldman Publisher and Editorial Director, Bellevue Literary Press This event is cosponsored by the New York University Division of Medical Humanities and Bellevue Literary Press.