by Author MK Czerwiec, editor

  • Publisher graphic mundi
  • Year published 2020
  • ISBN: ISBN 978- 271087122
  • Number of pages 144 pages
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Book description

Menopause: A Comic Treatment is an anthology of twenty-eight contributors presenting diverse views on menopause. The collection addresses a range of life experiences, ages, gender identities, ethnicities, and health conditions. ebook icon 

Winner of the 2021 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards for Best Anthology and Best Short Story | A Booklist 2020 Best Graphic Novel for Adults | A New York Times Best Graphic Novel of 2020


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About the Author
Author description

MK Czerwiec is a nurse, cartoonist, educator, and co-founder of the field of Graphic Medicine. She is the creator of Taking Turns: Stories from HIV/AIDS Care Unit 371 and a co-author of Graphic Medicine Manifesto. MK is also the comics editor for the journal Literature & Medicine. MK regularly teaches graphic medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg Medical School and the University of Chicago. She has served as a Senior Fellow of the George Washington School of Nursing Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement as well as a Will Eisner Fellow in Applied Cartooning at the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont. 

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