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For Pity's Sake: One More Email - One More Year

by William Carter

When the young Natasha Nemcova arrived in England to start a new life, she wanted to seek her fortune and find the man of her dreams. Instead she found a married hedonist, 35 years older than herself, who schooled...


Barkin: Short Stories from the World of Psychosis

by Deirdre Geraghty

This short collection of stories gives the reader a real, tangible and understandable description of the ideas, feelings and processes by which someone enters a period of psychosis. Geraghty's considerable gift...


Dead City Streets

by Shane Leah

The symptoms of schizophrenia are rooted in the heart. By and large, it is a state of mind caused by the negativity of influences and forces greater than the patients will to power. This biographical novel is...


On Anti-Psychiatry: An Essay

by Mark Ellerby

Mark Ellerby's essay on anti-psychiatry is a well-balanced, open minded analysis of this new and divisive movement. Mark uses his experience as a mental health service user to explore the backlash against traditional...


HollyBeck

by Dorothy Mitchell

Hollybeck is set in the early 1900s, and is a story about how two friends, Emma Watkins and Trudy Spence, take unexpected paths in their lives. Both girls start from similar working class conditions, but whereas...


Meeting Mister Mephistopheles

by Zekria Ibrahimi

This is a play about the entry into Hell, about the agony that has no relief, about the distress that cannot be soothed, about the pain that will never be cured... It is set in the aloofness of a Cambridge college,...


Gathering Roses

by Ellen Weisberg

Gathering Roses' is a young adult novel with a much wider appeal. Introverted and studious Lori Solomon meets nonconformist Grateful Dead follower, Nick Warren, and soon finds herself on a seemingly endless...


Ordinary People

by Fatma Durmush

Description Coming soon About the Author Fatma Durmush has had schizophrenia for thirty odd years and after living with that amount of mental health problems she when she reached forty decided she would begin...


Mary's Story: A Moment of Madness?: A Moment of Madness?

by Lynne Garnham-King

The book is Mary's story. It is a true story. It is about a psychotic experience with a supernatural twist! I had the good fortune to meet Mary during my role as a counselor. Mary claimed that she had been hearing...


In the Dark Backyard

by Mark Harnden

In The Dark Backyard is informative, harrowing and yet comic. It is the story of a young man who becomes afflicted with manic depression, a young man who survives to tell the tale. With the benefit of hindsight,...


Crossing Out The Emperor

by Michael Black

Crossing Out The Emperor is an exploration into the states of mind of Beethoven in various states of love and deafness, and Napoleon during his invasion of Russia in 1812. Are these states of mind romantic and...


Look

by John C. V. Fisher

Born 8 December 1979 in London, John Fisher is interested in making original literary constructions and trips in verse of which this book is an example. This is his third book to be published by Chipmunka and...


MENTAL

by John Hoggett

Mental is a short play of about 45 minutes in length set in a mental health day centre. It is a farce that looks at the failures of psychiatry and the oddities of mental distress. The play has three characters...


Lives Within A Life

by Robert Bayley

LIVES WITHIN A LIFE is a novel chronicling the onset and progression of schizophrenia upon the central character. The complexities and symptoms of the disorder are described with great clarity as more and more...


Bi-Polar Recovery: TWENTY YEARS OF MANIC DEPRESSION AND MEDICATION

by Suzan Arisoy

Suzan Arisoy has had Bi-polar Disorder for twenty years. Over the course of those years, she wrote some poems that she feels describe the essence of her experience from 'the inside out'. They are published here,...


I Stood At The Edge of Space On a Tightrope

by Elizabeth Oates

My book is about a journey about myself who used to live with various mental health problems and I now manage them so I can lead a successful healthy family lifestyle. It is a collection of poems I have written...


Bedlam and Other Stories

by Mark Fleming

Mark Fleming's debut novel 'BrainBomb' was published as a Chipmunka paperback in the summer of 2009, to rave reviews. Semi-autobiographical, it weaved a lurid diary of bipolar illness against a backdrop of historic...


FAST TRAIN APPROACHING

by Steve Walter

FAST TRAIN APPROACHING...' is a novella length autobiographical story of breakdown and survival. The text is interspersed with poems which represent a form of compressed experience and a thread of continuity...


Goodbye Ana: Recovery from Anorexia Nervosa

by Kate Le Page

'Goodbye Ana' is Kate Le Page's first publication of poetry. This collection of poems shares the author's battle to achieve and maintain recovery from anorexia nervosa. The work offers the reader a powerful,...


No One Believes Me: A Diary

by Fatma Durmush

Durmush writes in London with constant demons on her heels she is recovering from stress related exhaustion and the diary reflects this time in her life. Property is explored is it valid to have property when...