When a mysterious man leaves his cello at a bus stop, a woman struggles between the yearning to play it and the desire to find More
About: Miriam C. Daum
Miriam C. Daum is a physical therapist and freelance writer whose thought-provoking nonfiction essays, often about nature, have appeared in Snowy Egret (the oldest independent nature journal in the U.S.), The Christian Science Monitor, The Boston Globe, and The Record. Daum has written about occupational hazards in performing arts for the Center for Safety in the Arts and has co-authored clinical research articles in peer-reviewed medical journals. Her first work of fiction, “I Had a Cello,” was published by The Saturday Evening Post.