Summer 2020 marks the revival of Lifelines, Geisel School of Medicine’s literary and art journal. Freely distributed to hospitals, clinics, assisted living facilities, schools, and libraries in New Hampshire and Vermont, the journal connects healthcare providers and patients through narratives in medicine.
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Lifelines is a journal for literature and art in medicine started by Sai Li MED ’06 and first published in the fall of 2004. Lifelines has featured work by Guggenheim Fellows, winners of the William Carlos Williams Poetry Competition, physicians, medical students, faculty, and undergraduates, as well as from new authors and artists. We are currently seeking members to join our editorial board. We will have two separate boards for artwork and written work.
Do you have a poem, an art piece, or a short story about medicine you would like to share? If you’d like to see your work published, submit it to Lifelines, the official literary magazine of Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth!