Heart haiku : medication. Issue 1, June 2020.

  • Donald, Laura
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  • This zine is available to download and print from the author's website: View resource

About this work


Heart Haiku is a series of collaborative zines of patient-produced short-form poetry. Following a call for contributions on experiences of heart disease through the format of haiku, Laura Donald asked: "How do you feel about taking medication? How often do you take it? Do you suffer (or enjoy?!) any side-effects? Are you a fan of the weekly organiser or do you pop your pills freestyle? Do you worry about the environmental impact of all those blister packs? Is your local pharmacist your new best friend? Anything you've ever thought about your heart medication, I want to hear it!" The haikus featured in this zine were contributed as comments on heartytales.co.uk--More information can be found on the zine maker's website. https://heartytalescouk.wordpress.com/2020/06/18/a-haiku-or-two-medication/



Physical description

6 unnumbered pages : black and white illustrations ; 11 cm


This zine has non-standard binding. It consists of a 6-part folded booklet that opens out into a instructional guide on "How to Make a Mini Zine" by Drawn Poorly overleaf.
This zine was created digitially by the author, and the PDF was printed by Wellcome for inclusion in the collection.
"Hearty Tales was launched in December 2019 as a space to share my [Laura Donald] research into written representations of chronic heart disease, as well as my own experiences of living with heart failure. I'm a first-year PhD student at the University of Glasgow, researching written representations of chronic heart disease from 1980 to the present. Hearty Tales is a project funded by Wellcome Trust."--From author's website, Hearty Tales.
Title from cover.
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