Friday, October 20, 2017

Adaptation: My Oral Storytelling on Brain Trauma

Oral storytelling is an ancient tradition. About a year ago at ​Busboys and Poets in D.C., I told a story through the organization The Story Collider. The story I told was about one of my more upsetting effects of cancer treatment, and how I learned to cope–and maybe, in some ways, even improve myself because of it. That story published today and you can hear it here.

Benjamin Rubenstein's oral storytelling about brain trauma resulting from cancer radiation

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3 comments:

Dad said...

You share with your readers a personal and inspiring story of one of your cancer treatments and survival.

Benjamin Rubenstein said...

Thanks, Dad. I even tweeted the link to the story to Matthew McConaughey--I think he'd like the ending.

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