New and Bestselling Books
Swann Meralli, Deloupy, and Translated by Ivanka Hahnenberger
- The Bad Doctor
- The Book of Sarah
- Clinical Ethics
Kimberly R. Myers, Molly L. Osborne, Charlotte A. Wu, and Illustrations by Zoe Schein
- The Facts of Life
- Graphic Medicine Manifesto
MK Czerwiec, Ian Williams, Susan Merrill Squier, Michael J. Green, Kimberly R. Myers, and Scott T. Smith
- Graphic Public Health
- Graphic Reproduction
Edited by Jenell Johnson, Afterword by Susan Merrill Squier
- Hole in the Heart
- The Lady Doctor
- Life Support
Judith Cohen Margolis
- Looking at Trauma
Edited by Abby Hershler, Lesley Hughes, Patricia Nguyen, and Shelley Wall
- My Degeneration
Edited by Susan Merrill Squier and Irmela Marei Krüger-Fürhoff
- Show Me Where It Hurts
- Things to Do in a Retirement Home Trailer Park
- The Third Population
Aurélien Ducoudray and Jeff Pourquié, Translated by Kendra Boileau
- A Thousand Coloured Castles
- Uncanny Bodies
Edited by Scott T. Smith and José Alaniz
- Us Two Together
Ephameron, Translated by Michele Hutchison
- The Walking Med
Edited by Lorenzo Servitje and Sherryl Vint, Foreword by Steven C. Schlozman
About this Series
Books in the Graphic Medicine series reflect the value of comics as a resource for communicating about medicine and health. For healthcare practitioners, patients, family members, and caregivers dealing with illness and disability, graphic narratives enlighten complicated or difficult experiences. They can also communicate the scaled meanings of health, from the molecular to the human and to the planetary, including works addressing climate change, environmental pollution, zoonotic diseases, and other complex problems not commonly conceptualized as “medical.” For scholars in literary, cultural, and comics studies, the medium articulates a complex and powerful rethinking of the boundaries of medicine and the expansive meanings of health.
Originally founded by Ian Williams as part of a broader editorial collective, the Graphic Medicine series focused on the publication of self-reflective “graphic pathographies.” A newly appointed trio of series editors that includes Susan Merrill Squier, Juliet McMullin, and Brian Callender will focus their acquisitions on scholarly monographs and edited collections by researchers in the health humanities, activists, and medical practitioners analyzing the ways in which comics address the scaled meanings of health. The series editors are interested, too, in considering works that incorporate original comics, whether that be for comics-based research or for medical training and education, thus providing a creative way to learn and teach.
Submissions should include: a 3–5 page proposal outlining the scope, argument, and methodologies of the work, as well as its relation to other work on the topic and a discussion of your target audience(s); one or two sample chapters; your CV.
Please direct submissions to:
, Assistant Director and Editor-in-Chief of Penn State University Press.
Susan Merrill Squier
Susan Merrill Squier
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