Feedback for Our Future

Have you ever read or written for The Polyphony? Tell us what you think!

Since we launched The Polyphony in 2018, we have published hundreds of posts by academics, artists and practitioners exploring, analysing and reflecting upon current thinking and practice in the medical humanities. In order to inform our ongoing development of the site, and our editorial practice in general, we are keen to get a better understanding of what it is like to read or write for The Polyphony and what can happen as a result. Perhaps The Polyphony has led you to see your own work in a new light? Perhaps it has sparked new connections in or beyond your field? Perhaps it has helped you share work in progress or experiment with new ideas? 

We invite anyone who has ever read or written for The Polyphony to take part in our anonymous user survey. The survey takes 10 minutes to complete and everyone who responds will have a chance to win a boxed set of the first three ‘provocations’ in the series Critical Interventions in the Medical and Health Humanities. The box set includes: 
 


Thank you to Bloomsbury Publishing for generously donating this prize for one lucky winner. 

We hope you’ll consider taking part – we’d love to hear what you think! 

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