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Sick #6

240 x 155 mm, 116 pages
Maine, USA and London, UK
Editor: Olivia Spring
Design: Kaiya Waerea
Cover art: Hanna Norberg-Williams
Illustrations: Hanecdote

A unique magazine about and by people suffering from chronic illness and/or disability, Sick aims to challenge the harmful stereotypes and misconceptions surrounding disability through essays, features, poetry, art and interviews. Beautifully illustrated throughout.

Topics in issue #6 delve into topics such as: resting as an act of resistance, collective grief and an honest piece by Jen Deerinwater on being queer, disabled and native.

On the Journal:
At work with Olivia Spring: ‘Since creating Sick, I’ve felt more comfortable in recognizing and stating my own needs, prioiritizing rest and care, and feeling less embarrassed or ashamed about these things. This is largely because I feel a part of a community now in a way I wasn’t before.’
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