When People Die: Stories from Young People

Golnar Nabizadeh (Editor), Chris Murray (Editor), Divya Jindal-Snape (Editor), Phillip Vaughan (Editor), Abbie Gunn, Hannah Bradley, Kian Taylor, Amy Maloy, Emily Gunn, Steven Kerr, Emma Moore, Dillon Hipson, Sally Paul, Susan Rasmussen, Nina Vaswani, Mark Brown (Illustrator), Monica Burns (Contributing member), Rebecca Horner (Illustrator), Garry Mac (Contributing member), Norrie Millar (Illustrator)Katie Quinn (Illustrator), Lynsey Semple (Contributing member), Janet O'Connor (Contributing member)

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    When People Die: Stories from Young People is a comic that tells numerous stories about death and resilience from a group of young people. The comic helps readers gain different and better perspectives on grief and what grieving means for young people. These stories and scenarios have been written by a group of young people selected from Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (Robin House), HMYOI Polmont, and Richmond’s Hope, and put together by the team at the Dundee Comics Creative Space.

    This comic will help people such as school teachers, guidance counsellors and anyone who reads it to learn more about how it feels to be in the position of a grieving young person, and how to act in situations that may come up with a grieving child.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationUniversity of Dundee
    Number of pages40
    Publication statusPublished - Dec 2019


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