(Don't) call me crazy : 33 voices start the conversation about mental health / edited by Kelly Jensen.
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- ISBN: 9781616207816 (trade pbk. original ; alk. paper)
- ISBN: 1616207817 (trade pbk. original ; alk. paper)
- Physical Description: xi, 225 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Chapel Hill, North Carolina : Algonquin, 2018.
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|Formatted Contents Note:||Chapter 1. What's "crazy"?. Defying definition / by Shaun David Hutchinson -- Defining the thing is the trick / by Ashley Holstrom -- What I know and what I don't know / by Dior Vargas -- What's, well, "crazy"? / by Sarah Hannah Gómez -- Being heard and hating sound / by Stephanie Kuehn -- I hate to interrupt this conversation about mental illness, but guess what--I'm autistic / by Mike Jung -- Autistic authors who Mike Jung thinks are great / by Mike Jung. Chapter 2. Where "crazy" meets culture. The devil inside / by Christine Heppermann -- 10 horror films about fear / by Stephanie Kuehn -- Manic pixie dream girl ["pixie dream" crossed out] / by S. Jae-Jones -- Constellation of scars / by Monique Bedard (Aura) -- Constellation of scars (art) / by Monique Bedard (Aura) -- Top 10 crazies in fiction / by S.E. Smith -- What we're born with ans what we pick up along the way / by Heidi Heilig -- Some of the things mania assures me I could totally be--and wouldn't it be glorious? / by Heidi Heilig -- The alchemy of healing / by Emily Mayberry. Chapter 3. The mind-body connection. Bless this mess / by Amy Reed -- Loosened associations / by Esmé Weijun Wang -- Meeting disorder / Jessica Tremaine -- I underwent cosmetic surgery for my body dysmorphia ... and I wish I hadn't / by Reid Ewing -- Flattened / by Susan Juby -- Dear 14-year-old MILCK / by MILCK. Chapter 4. Beyond stress and sadness. Rituals / by Libba Bray -- The five people you overhear when depressed at a Van Gogh exhibit / by Emery Lord -- Mystic / by Gemma Correll -- Fighting the war on the home front / by Clint van Winkle -- Ways to say "anxiety" / by Esmé Weijun Wang -- The train of overthinking / by Gemma Correll -- Black hole / by Victoria "V.E." Schwab -- I'm over staying silent about depression / by Kristen Bell -- Telephone anxiety / by Gemma Correll -- Driver's ed / by Mary Isabel -- The pretender / by Lisa Jakub -- Compassion training: metta meditation / by Lisa Jakub. Chapter 5. To be okay. Coda / by Meredith Russo -- Tearing feelings apart / by Yumi Sakugawa -- The light bulb, the broom, and the work they don't tell you about / by Kelly Jensen -- Happiness goes on / by Adam Silvera -- Survival mode / by Hannah Bae -- A witch's guide / by S. Zainab Williams -- Believe in yourself / by Nancy Kerrigan -- Call me crazy / by S.E. Smith -- Keep going / by Esmé Weijun Wang.|
|Summary, etc.:||"An anthology of essays and illustrations that illuminate mental health topics in a straightforward way"--|
|Target Audience Note:||
Grade 9 to 12.
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|Subject:||Mental illness Case studies
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|Genre:||Young adult literature.