Randy Hale


Randy Hale is a retired Oncology Social Worker. She worked for 20 years primarily with women with breast cancer at major cancer institutions and in private practice on both coasts.

After retiring, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and then colon cancer. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, a cat, and two dogs.

Randy’s writing has been published in The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine and at SeattleDogSpot.com, The Good Men Project, and at Union Street Gallery, Chicago.



I used to be an actor. I know how hard it is to find a great monologue. I am a retired Oncology Social Worker and now I write  -- nonfiction, mostly about having cancer myself. Surprisingly, I suppose, most of my stuff is somewhat funny. A sense of humor is important in cancer. I am in a few writing groups, and I find that I like to write, but what I like even more is reading my writing aloud -- still have that acting bug, I guess.



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Randy Hale

A doctor asks his patient's opinion on new gowns the hospital plans to order.