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  • Eva Aldea

Listen to the editors talk about Dx: Diagnosis and Writing

Culled from a longer podcast, listen to Gareth and Eva talking about how the Dx: Diagnosis and Writing project came about, its personal and political aspects, and some ways in which diagnosis may relate to writing.

Image: Giorgio de Chirico, Le muse inquietanti, 1925. In 2003 a paper in European Neurology argued that the hallucinations from which de Chirico claimed he painted may have been caused by temporal lobe epilepsy.


For more on diagnoses, neurodivergence, John Wick and headcanoning (and what that even means) listen to the whole of Ep.8 of Gareth's Whim Box on Podbean.

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