The Bookshop Podcast

Jane Hartshorn, Poet: Chronic Illness & Female Sexuality

March 03, 2021 Mandy Jackson-Beverly Season 1 Episode 21
The Bookshop Podcast
Jane Hartshorn, Poet: Chronic Illness & Female Sexuality
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The Bookshop Podcast
Jane Hartshorn, Poet: Chronic Illness & Female Sexuality
Mar 03, 2021 Season 1 Episode 21
Mandy Jackson-Beverly

Join poet Jane Harsthorn and me for a discussion about chronic illness and female sexuality. Hear Jane recite some of her poetry and explain what it's like living and working with Crohn's disease.

Jane Hartshorn is a poet and Ph.D. candidate at the University of Kent. Her first pamphlet, Tract, was published in 2017 by Litmus Publishing, and her second pamphlet, In the Sick Hour with Takeaway Press, in 2020. ​ Her poems are published by Boudicca Press, Dostoyevsky Wannabe, amberflora, & para-text. She is the editor at Ache Magazine.

Links from the episode:

Time spent in Isolation

Sisters of Frida

Disturbing the Body

In the Sick Hour

Tract

Ache Magazine

Jane Hartshorn Twitter

University of Kent Medical Humanities

 Crohn’s Disease

Dr. Rita Charon – narrative medicine

 Narrative Medicine, Rita Charon

 Modern Nature, Derek Jarman

Time Lived Without Its flow, Denise Riley

 Bad Moon, Samantha Walton

 




Support the show (https://paypal.me/TheBookshopPodcast?locale.x=en_US)

Show Notes

Join poet Jane Harsthorn and me for a discussion about chronic illness and female sexuality. Hear Jane recite some of her poetry and explain what it's like living and working with Crohn's disease.

Jane Hartshorn is a poet and Ph.D. candidate at the University of Kent. Her first pamphlet, Tract, was published in 2017 by Litmus Publishing, and her second pamphlet, In the Sick Hour with Takeaway Press, in 2020. ​ Her poems are published by Boudicca Press, Dostoyevsky Wannabe, amberflora, & para-text. She is the editor at Ache Magazine.

Links from the episode:

Time spent in Isolation

Sisters of Frida

Disturbing the Body

In the Sick Hour

Tract

Ache Magazine

Jane Hartshorn Twitter

University of Kent Medical Humanities

 Crohn’s Disease

Dr. Rita Charon – narrative medicine

 Narrative Medicine, Rita Charon

 Modern Nature, Derek Jarman

Time Lived Without Its flow, Denise Riley

 Bad Moon, Samantha Walton

 




Support the show (https://paypal.me/TheBookshopPodcast?locale.x=en_US)