‘When the sick rule the world’ reviewed by Dr Rebecca Oxley

‘When the sick rule the world’ by Dodi Bellamy (Semiotext(e), 2015) Blurring the edges of poetry, fiction and memoir, Dodi Bellamy’s text, When the sick rule the world, is wild. By this I do not mean unrestrained, or untamed (Bellamy’s prose is superbly and strategically free) rather, it is biting, fierce, and deep. While, as Read the full article…

Reviewer needed: ‘When the Sick Rule the World’ by Dodie Bellamy

We are pleased to offer ‘When the Sick Rule the World‘ (The MIT Press, 2015)  for review. Expressions of interest are welcome from across the medical humanities. A moving meld of essay, memoir, and story, When the Sick Rule the World collects Dodie Bellamy’s new and recent lyric prose. Taking on topics as eclectic as vomit, Kathy Acker’s Read the full article…