Reclaiming Our Doodles: A Workshop to develop a self-care doodle practice with Jen Leach & Marianne R.Petit. There are two cartoon illustrations, representing each of the facilitators. Both with glasses. One with red hair holding a pencil. The other smiling and pointing at the viewer.

Graphic Medicine / Unleashing the Power of Doodles – Resources

Daily Doodle Page (Download)

Patient/Caregiver/Family Narratives:

  1. Chast, R. (2014). Can’t We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir. Bloomsbury Publishing USA.
  2. Czerwiec, M. (2017). Taking Turns: Stories from HIV/AIDS Care (Vol. 8). Penn State Press.
  3. Dunlap-Shohl, P. (2015). My Degeneration: A journey through Parkinson’s (Vol. 3). Penn State Press.
  4. Fies, B. (2011). Mom’s Cancer. Abrams.
  5. Forney, E. (2012). Marbles: Mania, depression, michelangelo, and me: A graphic memoir. Penguin.
  6. Freedman, M. (2014). Relatively Indolent But Relentless: A Cancer Treatment Journal. Seven Stories Press.
  7. Green, K. (2013). Lighter than my shadow. Random House.
  8. Hart, T. (2016). Rosalie Lightning: A Graphic Memoir. St. Martin’s Press.
  9. Hayden, J. (2015). The Story of My Tits. IDW Publishing.
  10. Lindsay, R. (2018). Rx: A Graphic Memoir. Grand Central Publishing.
  11. Martini, C., & Martini, O. (2010). Bitter medicine: a graphic memoir of mental illness. Broadview Press.
  12. Small, D. (2010). Stitches: A memoir. Random House Digital, Inc..
  13. Williams, I. (2014). Bad Doctor: The Troubled Life and Times of Dr Iwan James. Myriad Editions (US&CA).

Books about Comics/Graphic Medicine:

  1. Barry, L. (2014). Syllabus: Notes from an accidental professor. Drawn & Quarterly.
  2. Barry, L. (2020). Making Comics. Drawn & Quarterly.
  3. Czerwiec, M., Williams, I., Squier, S. M., Green, M. J., Myers, K. R., & Smith, S. T. (2015). Graphic medicine manifesto (Vol. 1). Penn State Press.
  4. McCloud, S. (1993). Understanding comics: The invisible art. Northampton, Mass.

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