In Sickness and In Health

In this issue, we explore and expand on the theme of inoculation, beyond its traditional understanding as a word for controlling infectious diseases and other productive instances of melding, commingling, and grafting. Today, inoculation is a migratory, meandering term that does not quite encapsulate modern methods of vaccination and immunization — and we hope the following creative pieces will build a refreshingly new interpretation of inoculation that will enable us to hold not only precarity, fear, grief, and anger, but also possibility, growth, and care.

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