Charlotte Heather explains why chronic illness stories can productively trouble standard ideas about narrative arc and resolution. Lazard wrote that chronic illness ‘experiences are difficult to narrativize: they have no arc’ (Lazard 2013) and
Writer and psychologist Louise Kenward explores the links between illness writing and writing about place, nature and travel. Before I wrote about illness, I wrote about place and travel. I have long wondered if
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