Felice Aull was born in Vienna during the Nazi era and immigrated to the US with her parents. She holds a PhD in basic medical sciences and a more recent MA in humanities and social thought. While a full-time faculty member at New York University School of Medicine, she founded a widely used online resource, The Literature, Arts, and Medicine Database, and taught courses on borderlands in healthcare. She is now adjunct in the Division of Medical Humanities in NYU’s Department of Medicine.
She started writing poetry in her 60s and is published in many print and online journals. She has a chapbook, The Music Behind Me (Alabaster Leaves, 2012). A poem that was a finalist for the Margie 2007 Editor’s Prize Best Poem appears in the anthology, Letters to the World (Red Hen Press, 2008). Her scholarly articles are published in The Journal of Medical Humanities, Narrative, and in other professional journals. She serves as contributing editor of the journal Literature and Medicine and reviews poetry for The Bellevue Literary Review. She lives in New York City.
Paperback: 104 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (July 11, 2017)