Features

 

FEATURES

 Life Breaks In: A Mood Almanack

What is a Mood and Where Can it Take You? Exploring the Shades of Subjective Experience
a conversation with Mandy Godwin for HELEO: In-Depth Conversations with the World’s Great Thinkers
HELEO — November 21, 2016
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A Playlist/Essay For Large-Hearted Boy
BOOK NOTES as accompanist to Life Breaks In
Large-Hearted Boy — October 21, 2016
» Read the Essay and Listen to the Playlist


 

Swallow

Down the Hatch and Straight Into Medical History

Fbdy 914, the case of E.R.S., age 4, a pair of toy opera glasses in esophagus. Radiologist, Dr. Willis F. Manges (1876-1936). From the Collection of the Mutter Museum, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
Fbdy 914, the case of E.R.S., age 4, a pair of toy opera glasses in esophagus. Radiologist, Dr. Willis F. Manges (1876-1936). From the Collection of the Mutter Museum, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia.

by Amanda Schaffer
The New York Times — January 10, 2011
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13 Real and Imaginary Things People Have Swallowed
Mary Cappello’s commentary on photographs from Swallow
The Huffington Post — January 22, 2011
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‘Swallow’: A History of Ingestion of Foreign Bodies
msnbc.com — January 21, 2011
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“Swallow”: The strange things people swallow
by Thomas Rogers
Salon.com — December 18, 2010
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Meditations on the writing of Swallow
Mary Cappello’s guest author blog
Powells.com — January 10-14, 2011
• Cabinet of Curiosities: Repository of Interest
• Biography or Biographeme?
• Unsolved Mysteries
• Writing as a Form of Friendship:
Finding Friends in Unlikely Places

• Rose and Rolf Diamant: A First Person Account


The chalk talks of Dr. Chevalier Jackson
by Austin Kleon
tumblr.austinkleon.com — May 14, 2012
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Thousands of Swallowed Objects Form Curious Collection
by Marc Hartzman
Aol News — April 27, 2011
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More Than a Frog in the Throat:
Safety pins in the esophagus // Buttons in the stomach // Sewing needles in the bronchi // All extracted and kept by one curious doctor.

by Mary Cappello
ProTo magazine*— Spring 2011
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*proto, a prefix of progress, connotes first, novel, experimental. Alone, it conjures an entire world of the new: discoveries, directions, ideas. In taking proto as its name, this magazine stakes its ground on medicine’s leading edge–exploring breakthroughs, dissecting controversies and opening a forum for informed debate.


‘Swallow …’ tells story of a doc who retrieved foreign objects from patients
by Molly Eichel
Philadelphia Daily News — April 30, 2011
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What are Writers Reading?
Writers Read — February 25, 2009
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Chevelier Jackson
by Christine Quigley
Quigley’s Cabinet — February 3, 2011
» Read the Blog Post