Memoir Writer/Cancer Community Writing
Steve’s writing history has taken a path from the academic to memoir. His academic background as a sociologist informs his journey and the book How Steve Became Ralph: A Cancer/Stem Cell Odyssey (with Jokes).
Steve’s blog can be read here.
2022. “Hercules or Sisyphus: How Should Cancer Patients and Survivors Approach Exercise? Patient Power Website at https://patientpower.info/hercules-or-sisyphus-how-should-cancer-patients-and-survivors-approach-exercise/
2021. “Facing Acute Myeloid Leukemia: Notes from a Survivor.” HealthTree Community for Acute Myeloid Leukemia at https://healthtree.org/aml/community/articles/facing-acute-myeloid-leukemia–notes-from-a-survivor-by-steve-buechler
2021. “One Letter Makes a Difference: Avoiding Online Research Pitfalls.” Co-authored with Esther Schorr and posted at How to Avoid Online Research Pitfalls as a Cancer Patient | Patient Power.
2021. “Six Coping Strategies for a Prolonged Hospitalization.” Posted at the Patient Power website at https://patientpower.info/six-coping-strategies-for-a-prolonged-hospitalization/
2020. “A Cancer Story: ‘As Good As It Gets.'” Posted at the “Taking Charge of Your Survivorship” website at https://www.takingcharge.csh.umn.edu/survivorship/cancer-story-good-it-gets-steve-buechler
2020. “My AML Story.” Part of the “Inspirational Story” series on the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society website at https://www.lls.org/story/steve-2
2019. “My Transplant Odyssey.” BMT News, Vol. 4, Issue 1, P. 4. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Medical Center.
2018. “Storytelling as a Transplant Survivor Strategy.” Pp. 186-187 in Blood and Marrow Transplant Journeys: Ordinary People with Extraordinary Stories. Minneapolis, Minnesota: National Marrow Donor Program/Be the Match.
2018. “Survivor’s Quotation.” P. 43 in Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Fort Washington, Pennsylvania: National Comprehensive Cancer Network.