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Impressive in the range of their subjects,forms,and moods,Mann’s poems leave a lasting mark on the readers’ senses!
Salman Akhtar , author of  Blood and Ink

Mali Mann takes the measure of life and finds it in the earth, in mountains, in dreams, in nature, in culture and brings it back to us transformed and transforming.  Her method of using paintings in conjunction with poetry is in the tradition of ekphrasis as in Keats’s “Ode to a Grecian Urn” and Shelley’s “On the Medusa of Leonardo DaVinci in the Florentine Gallery.” The combination produces a kind of power to express emotion that neither has alone. Reader, read it. Viewer, see it.
Arlene Kramer Richards, Poet and Psychoanalyst, Author, A Laundryman’s Granddaughter

Dr. Mali Mann is one of the most productive members of our Physician Writers Group. It is very gratifying to see her collect her poems – many of which she has presented at our public readings on Campus – into a single volume. The collection highlights the breadth of her poetic skills, dealing with issues as disparate as immigration, grief brought on by family transitions, a patient’s decline, or homesickness. She captures the deeply elegiac feel of being a physician and human, while echoing her rich Iranian cultural heritage. This volume celebrates her many years of writing in a beautiful  voice. All of us, patients, doctors and lay people will benefit from her emotional wisdom.

Hans Steiner, MD, Professor of Psychiatry and Human Development, Stanford University, School of Medicine, Director, The Pegasus Physician Writers at Stanford

Mali Mann, M.D is a Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst and Child supervisor at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. She is a member of APsaA and IPA. She is a clinical Professor, Adjunct at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, School of Medicine, Stanford University. She had edited a book “Psychoanalytic Aspects of Assisted Reproductive Technology”, and wrote several journal articles, scientific papers and poems. Her book won Pinnacol Book Achievement award, and was honored as a winner in the International Book award in family and parenting category.
Her poems have been published at The American Psychoanalysis, Psychoanalytic Perspective.
Her paintings were exhibited in several galleries locally and nationally.


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