The (Medhum) Fiction Reboot |Daily Dose is a combined blog that promotes the medical humanities and intersections between self and story. Our mission: promote authors (fiction and non-fiction) and share perspectives about narrative, medicine, history, anthropology and sociology across cultures and disciplines. We seek to engage those working at the intersection, intrepid souls adding to our shared knowledge of what it means to be human.

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Contact the Editor in Chief, Brandy Schillace and join the conversation!

DailyDose_PosterThe Daily Dose invites guest posts to share perspectives about medicine, medical history, and humanities across cultures and disciplines. We welcome anthropological and sociological accounts that speak to themes of access, social welfare, cultural and historical practice. We review books, engage in conversation, and promote those who–as researchers, readers, historians, and healers–add to our shared knowledge of medicine, literature, and the search for what it means to be human.

FictionReboot2The Fiction Reboot features new fiction work, author interviews, and book launches, and provides useful tips and information for writers. Why fiction on a medical humanities blog? Because so much depends on the stories we tell. The Reboot explores many genres, not only those that frequently count as “medical humanities” in nature. We also review new releases, and are happy to provide a platform for book news and blog tours.

Brandy L. Schillace, MA, PhD – Chief Editor [contact me] or visit brandyschillace.com
Anna Clutterbuck-Cook, MA, MLS – Book Review Editor and theFeministLibrarian
Hanna Clutterbuck-Cook, MA – Medhum Series Editor and Project Coordinator, Medical Heritage Library

Previous staff-members:
Tabatha Hanly, MA – Friday Feature Series Editor

An author, historian, and editor, Brandy Schillace is managing editor of Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry and Research Associate/Public Engagement Fellow for the Dittrick Museum of Medical History. Dr. Schillace writes fiction and non-fiction and blogs for Inside Higher EdHuffington Post, Belt Magazine and the Centre for Medical Humanities, Durham (UK). Her recent book DEATH’S SUMMER COAT addresses the history of death and dying, and is available from E&T Press (UK) and Pegasus (US). Her next project, on the history and science behind “steampunk,” can be previewed in her recent TEDx talk.