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A collection of stories from women diagnosed with reoccurring ovarian cancer who have chosen, in the midst of their difficult journey toward death, to find beauty in life.
Kathryn Carter is acting dean at Laurier Brantford where she has taught English and contemporary studies. Her research on womenas diaries led to an edited collection, The Small Details of Life: Twenty Diaries by Women in Canada: 1830a1996 (2002), and recent articles that address the 1830 letter journal of Frances Simpson (in AustralianaCanadian Studies ), the 1930s diary of Myrtle Gamble Knister (in the Journal of Canadian Studies ), and diaries written by schoolgirls in Canada at the end of the nineteenth century (in Canadian Childrenas Literature ). Laurie Elit is an associate professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, McMaster University, and a gynecologic oncologist at the Juravinski Cancer Centre, Hamilton. Her research focuses on health service work in cancer care delivery and treatment decision making for women with gynecologic cancers.