Issue 3 is available digitally here! Starting Saturday March 18th at 10am UK time hard copies will be available for pre-order via our Bigcartel shop. A physical copy of Issue 3 will also include a digital Issue 4! Read more about our new Issue 4 here.
They will then go to our printers before being mailed (a process we will keep you updated on). This pre-order is to raise funds for printing as we are unable to offer our usual pay as you wish option, which we hope to offer again in the not-too-distant future.
Also, as an extra thank you for pre-orders we will be sending you a free digital version of Issue Four as well as an 8 tracks mix of good vibe songs mailed to you inbox automatically!
Note about digital orders: if you have any trouble downloading the digital issues, just reply to the order email and we’ll resend a download link to you!
Doll Hospital is so grateful and proud to showcase the work of those who have contributed to our issues.
If you are interested in submitting, please check out our guidelines page.
If you are a contributor and would like us to include a link to your personal website or social media, let us know!
Similarly, if you’d like us to alter your author credit, notify us as soon as possible!
Angelica Jade Bastién
Bethany Rose Lamont
Eline Van den Broeck
Krystal Monique Reddick
Min Pin Design
Nicole Raziya Fong
Sashiko “Wishcandy” Yuen
Some themes this issue approaches are: experiences with OCPD, the trauma of black girlhood, young men’s mental health in prison spaces, unlearning the shame of crystal meth use, representations of mental health in Bollywood cinema, pregnancy and mental health treatment, coping with a phobia of sleep, toxic parents, psychosis and delusions of grandeur, navigating the intersections of Islamphobia and black girlhood, the stigma of schizophrenia, Buffy the Vampire Slayer….and much more.
This issue’s potentially triggering themes are:
Disordered eating, incest, child abuse, suicide, trichotillomania/hair pulling, anti-black racism, misogynoir, anxiety, panic attacks, rape.
Dina Fiasconaro – on her documentary ‘Moms and Meds’
Ambivalently Yours – on emotions, contradictions and the colour pink
Sara Lautman – on drawing, doubt, Peanuts, and images of trichotillomania
This issue’s conversation between editors and contributors discusses what mental health experiences are seen as too stigmatised to talk about openly.