Mindy Lewis is the author of Life Inside: A Memoir (Atria Books 2002, Washington Square Press 2003) and the editor of the essay anthology DIRT: The Quirks, Habits and Passions of Keeping House (Seal Press 2009). Her essays, articles and book reviews have been published in Newsweek, NY Times Book Review, Lilith, Body & Soul, Poets & Writers, Arts & Letters Journal, Many Mountains Moving, Psychoanalytic Perspectives, and in anthologies. She teaches writing workshops at The Writer’s Voice of the West Side Y in Manhattan and the Hudson Valley Writers' Center, and has also taught at Brooklyn College and as a visiting writer at George Mason University’s MFA Program.
An essay about misdiagnosis and the healing effect of personal narrative
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