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Book Title: 25 Women Who Survived Cancer: Notable Women Share Inspiring Stories of Hope|
The author of the book: Mark Evan Chimsky
Edition: Sellers Publishing
Date of issue: September 13th 2016
ISBN 13: 9781416245841
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25 Women Who Survived Cancer is an inspiring book of hard-won truths about what it means to survive cancer. In more than 20 personal essays, notable women such as Robin Roberts, Joan Lunden, Fran Drescher, Alice Hoffman, Barbara Delinsky, Shonda Schilling, Brbara Padilla, Sylvia McNair, and Marissa Jaret Winokur write with moving candor as they describe facing cancer and not letting it define their lives or conquer their spirit. They write about receiving their diagnosis, learning how to cope, dealing with body image and sexuality, and discovering what having cancer has taught them. This collection includes the experiences of women who have survived breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and malignant melanoma. 25 Women Who Survived Cancer is an uplifting book of hope for anyone who has survived or is being treated for cancer. All royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to cancer research and prevention.
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Read information about the authorMark Evan Chimsky is the head of Mark Chimsky Editorial Services Unlimited (markchimskyeditorial.com), an editorial consulting business in which he helps authors develop and polish their manuscripts and book proposals.
Previously he was executive editor and editorial director of Harper San Francisco and headed the paperback divisions at Little, Brown and Macmillan. For nearly six years, Mark was the editor in chief of the book division of Sellers Publishing, an independent publishing company based in South Portland, Maine. In addition, he was on the faculty of New York University’s Center for Publishing, and for three years he served as the director of the book section of NYU’s Summer Publishing Institute.
Mark has edited a number of best-selling books, including Johnny Cash’s memoir, Cash, and he has worked with such notable authors as Melody Beattie, Arthur Hertzberg, Beryl Bender Birch, and Robert Coles. He was also project manager on Billy Graham’s New York Times best-selling memoir, Just As I Am. He conceived of the long-running series The Best American Erotica, which was compiled by Susie Bright, and he was the first editor to reissue the works of celebrated novelist Dawn Powell. His editorial achievements have been noted in Vanity Fair, the Nation, and Publishers Weekly.
In his career, Mark developed and compiled a number of acclaimed books, including Creating a Life You’ll Love, which won the silver in ForeWord’s 2009 Book of the Year Awards (self-help category) and 65 Things to Do When You Retire, which the Wall Street Journal called “[one of] the year’s best guides to later life.” He is also an award-winning poet whose poetry and essays have appeared in JAMA (the Journal of the American Medical Association), Wild Violet, Three Rivers Poetry Journal, and Mississippi Review.
Mark also teaches in the Writing, Literature, and Publishing Department at Emerson College in Boston, and he is the co-author of the new musical The Road of Life (roadoflifethemusical.com).