We sold over 4000 copies of Do What You Want via this website and our stockists, and sold out on release day. We're running a limited edition reprint, available to order now. These new copies will be mailed in batches,
as we are both working full-time jobs. Please be aware orders may take up to two weeks to arrive (and more if international).
Do What You Want is a zine about mental health, with all profits going to charities and not-for-profit organisations.
With nearly 150 pages of interview, essay and illustration, Do What You Want is a celebration of all aspects of mental wellbeing, from the provision of accessible mental health care to the power of self-belief. With a strong intersectional focus, this is a zine about mental health for all people, in all walks of life. We believe that mental health care and support should be a right for all.
Among our contributors are writers from the Guardian, New York Times, New York Magazine, Rookie, Pitchfork and ELLE. Our highlights include:
Why Should I Go to Therapy? by Ask Polly's Heather Havrilesky || An interview about OCD with writer and actress Mara Wilson || Food for Thought: Diana Henry, Tejal Rao, Meera Sodha, Ruby Tandoh and more share their recipes for life || The Many Faces of Eating Disorders: interviews with survivors || Eleanor Morgan writing about Plastic Minds || The Cost of Care: an interview with Sally Burke, from Channel 4’s acclaimed documentary series Kids on the Edge
Other features include a personal essay about mental wellbeing as a Somali refugee woman; an article about seeking treatment as a non binary person; a look at being mentally ill and on benefits; a portrait of social anxiety; a comic about mental health and compulsive spending, and much more.
Laura Callaghan | John Allison | Molly Brooks | Julia Scheele | Rose Blake | Assa Ariyoshi | Verity Slade | Bett Norris | Sammy Borras | Alex Bertram-Powell | Ana Galvañ | Lizzy Stewart | Jasmine Parker | Kelsey Wroten | Rosemary Valero-O’Connell and more
Guided by the stories in the zine, we’re proud to have chosen a diverse set of charitable causes to be recipients of the funds raised.
For a full list of the beneficiaries, visit our website here.
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