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by Tanya Taylor


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The Cancer Monologue Project is a passionate and courageous work. It's filled with vital information, life and spirit.

The Cancer Monologue Project is a passionate and courageous work. I purchased this book as a gift for an uncle who has just been operated on for colon cancer after reading about it in the Oprah Winfrey magazine which she highly reccomended. After leafing through a story or two I wound up reading it cover to cover on the weekend before mailing it out.

From their experience in theater, Tanya Taylor and Pamela Thompson know the power of dramatic monologues  .

The Cancer Monologue Project book. The Cancer Monologue Project is a collection of thirty monologues developed in workshops in which people affected by cancer are invited to write and perform their stories about living with the disease.

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Tanya Taylor Rubinstein. Tanya works with people to express, write, & perform their deepest stories. Around the same time, I developed the Transformational Monologue Process and offered it in workshops whose participants performed their monologues in theaters all across the . This would lead to a collection of monologues that were published as a book, The Cancer Monologue Project (MacAdam/Cage October, 2002), which was featured in Oprah Magazine among other places. Having a published book brought my career to the next level, in terms of visibility.

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The Cancer Monologue Project is a collection of thirty monologues developed in workshops in which people affected by cancer are invited to write and perform their stories about living with the disease. ISBN13:9781931561228.

Tanya Taylor has joined forces with Memorial Sloan Kettering to bring joy to female patients. The three headscarves feature lively prints that were all hand-painted in the Tanya Taylor design studio. The designer has created chic colorful headscarves for women undergoing chemotherapy. com with 100% of proceeds donated to Memorial Sloan Kettering. By Pandora Amoratis For Dailymail.

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She has spent the last seven years developing her offerings to include individual writing coaching, particularly geared for global visionaries, entrepreneurs and people making sense of their personal stories as a way to serve larger visions. Her clients have been published by Harper San Francisco, HCI Books, New World Library, Chelsea Green and New Leaf Press among others. In 2013, Tanya taught at the Black Mesa Writing Retreat with Natalie Goldberg, Julia Cameron, Theo Pauline Nestor and Candace Walsh.

Collects autobiographical writings by thirty cancer patients who present their feelings about living with cancer and the effects of their diagnosis on friends and families.

Comments: (4)

Terr
When I read The Cancer Monologue Project, I made 30 new friends; each with their own very individual voice and outlook. They share a gruesome commonality, cancer, but something even stronger unites them. What I found most enlightening was the gratitude these survivors expressed for the very disease that brought them, or a loved one, to death's door. Wisdom, humility, and a deep appreciation for family seem to be the legacy of the pain, fear and degradation they endured. In celebrating life, these people made me laugh through my tears as they generously shared intimate details of their journey. I can't help feeling I've been given a primer on how to live my remaining years to their fullest; a gift from these extraordinary contributors.
I wholeheartedly recommend this book to read, and reread, and give to everyone you love.
Nilabor
I have known a number of people with cancer, and I think I had close relationships with them. However, somehow I learned more about what really happens when people get cancer from this book than I have learned from suffering friends and family. The reality is so grave that I suppose the people I know did not want to bring me in to the pain. But the participants in these workshops feel free to unburden themselves and get specific and I have a more real view of the cancer experience now than I did before. The scathing and lonely vignettes about radiation really got to me, and while it's painful it's also better to know than not to know.
Bukelv
I purchased this book as a gift for an uncle who has just been operated on for colon cancer after reading about it in the Oprah Winfrey magazine which she highly reccomended. After leafing through a story or two I wound up reading it cover to cover on the weekend before mailing it out. It really is an exceptionally moving work and will inspire anyone that reads it whether they have been touched by the disease, know someone who has (as we all have)or just needs to be reminded how precious life really is. I cannot wait to see what the authors bring us in the future.
Qusicam
The authors didn't have to put themselves in others shoes to to convey these enormously brave and inspirational accounts. The authors in their own shoes, brilliantly edited, make this book a must for anyone directly and indirectly faced with cancer's devistation.
The Cancer Monologue Project download epub
Specific Groups
Author: Tanya Taylor
ISBN: 1931561222
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Subcategory: Specific Groups
Language: English
Publisher: MacAdam/Cage; First Edition edition (October 7, 2002)
Pages: 168 pages