Peter J. Manos

Peter J. Manos

Peter J. Manos was voted one of Seattle's top doctors seven years in a row by Seattle Magazine. After retirement he attended a summer session of the Iowa Writers' Workshop. His books include: Care of the Difficult Patient: A Nurse's Guide (with Joan Braun, R.N.); Lucifer's Revenge, a novel of magical realism; Dear Babalu: Letters to an Advice Columnist illustrated by Toby Liebowitz, which was a finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards competition (2017); and a young adult sci-fi novel, A Girl Named Cricket. Flash Fiction Magazine published his story Gamma Rays and the Kitchen Sink in June 2020.

A member of Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility, he takes an active interest in the threat to humankind of nuclear weapons.


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