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Learning from End of Life Care Workers Now and After Covid-19: Insisting on Structures for Grief and Time

Publisher Thick Press
Author  Rachel Kauder Nalebuff
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Thick Press' "printout" series gives physical form to digital content. The publication, "Learning from End of Life Care Workers Now and After COVID-19: Insisting on Structures for Grief and Time" is a transcribed conversation between Thick Press and Rachel Kauder Nalebuff, author of "Stages: On dying, working, and feeling" (Thick Press, 2020). The digital version of the conversation appeared on April 23, 2020 on Dirtdmv.com, an independent platform, collective, and resource for critical arts discourse. The conversation is an extension of a project in which Rachel made a play with nursing home staff, and then created a poetic, hybrid-genre book about that experience. In conversation with Thick Press, Rachel shows how writing, public art, and living an emotionally engaged life has the potential to politicize care work and healthcare.

Thick Press
Location of production/publication

Date of publication
April 2020

Digital article and risograph printed zine