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Into the Fantastic

by Thomas McNeight

Tom McNeight's book Into the Fantastic explores the vicissitudes of mental illness. He deals with this broad topic from both an academic, philosophical and a personal viewpoint. Tom feels he has been unjustly...

It's Our Time Now

by Milly Adesanya

A diary of 20 year old Milly Adesanya's stay under section 2 of the mental health act at Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham. These poems/raps tell the story of her psychosis and journey back to health. A raw...

Happy Daft

by David Willmott

Life for some is torture and suffering. David has suffered. This book is about David's recovery and documents his rise from a life of addiction to sleeping pills (diazepam), intense depression and suicide attempts....

Misunderstanding the Understood

by Caroline Lee

Mental health is not the only subject which is focused on; other important themes are touched upon. However many of these poems were written with the sole aim of dispelling the stigma which still surrounds mental...

A Place Called People Land

by James Beswick Pegler Pegler

A Place Called People Land is made up of nineteen short story books, which are all about a magical place called People Land. People Land has four main parts, Small Town, Big Town, People Land Park and Holiday...

My Self, The Enemy

by Deborah Espect

My Self, The Enemy' follows the story of Melanie, an isolated young woman struggling to cope with a world she does not understand and people she cannot relate to. As we experience life through Melanie's eyes,...

If you think you might be insane, don't call a doctor

by Ruth Carter

It is about the journey R takes on her partial escape from the mental hospital. It looks at her fleeting relationships and the importance of her cat to her recovery.

Going Against the Grain

by John Simons

This is a true account of a cocaine smuggler in the 21st century and what it was like to be involved in this high risk business. It is one man's story from beginning to end but there are hundreds of people languishing...

It Doesn't Rule Me

by Dorothy M. Mitchell

It Doesn't Rule Me is a fact-based fiction novel about a woman living with Multiple Sclerosis and the physical and mental anguish that it causes, and how she learns to live with it and lead a healthy, positive...

Fruit of the Vine

by Ellen Weisberg

In "Fruit of the Vine," we meet Justin, a sensitive, introspective boy whose physical features and personality make him a convenient target for many of his cruel peers. One night, he wakes to find himself on...

Guilt, Shame and Poverty: Love, Loss, Betrayal: A Collection of Short Stories

by Shane Leah

Shame, well, he doesn't realize how tough it is to be a dad.' These words reverberate around Shane Leah's head like a the sound of an atom bomb going off in his back garden. Shaken by the possibility of him...

For Those Without Rhyme or Reason

by Nicky Thomas

Nicky Thomas' extraordinary book of poetry charts her feelings and experiences of depression and the recovery of some stability in her life. Nicky found that writing her book proved a cathartic process and helped...

Mongolia: Based on true biographies

by Nily Naiman

This novel is based upon true events in the lives of the author and her family members. The narrator, Lana, is three years old when she stands on a hill with her mother and sisters for the first time, waiting...

Manic Reflections: 50 Life Poems: 50 Life Poems

by John Welsh

These 50 poems represent my thoughts and feelings covering approximately 40 years of my life. I was born in 1953. Some of them are very personal and may need a bit of explaining to assist the reader e.g. "K...

Histoires pas Belles: Ugly Stories

by Laura Hargrove Schneilin

Les Histoires pas belles ont été écrites par l'auteure alors qu'elle était âgée de 19 ans et étudiait à l'Université de Princeton. Elle sont un hommage à son frère aîné, mort par suicide à l'âge...

How to be Sectioned: A Deliberately Painful Reflection on Addiction, Insanity and Being an Outsider

by Zekria Ibrahimi

Let us be as unrepentantly weird as possible about this play... We do not want to be respectable and precise... Schizophrenia is not a neat thing. It is amorphous, it is grotesquely psychedelic, and this play...

Mental Health Raps: Bipolar Raps to Recovery inspired by Ice Cube, Eminem, Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg and all other great rappers

by Jason Pegler

Amongst Jason's rap and hip hop influences are Ice T, NWA, De La Soul, PM Dawn, Eminem, Dr Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Ice Cube, Naughty By Nature, Sugar Hill Gang, 2 Pac, Notorious Big. Jason sees rap and hip hop...

Papyrus of the Pillow

by Luca Blood

Luca is diagnosed with schizo-feria as he likes to call it, and later described as co-morbid personality ,During his first so-called- brain-breakdown, I described what I heard, saw and felt, as pixilation energy...

Bite Your Tongue When you Give me My Name: Poems and Other Prose Writings

by Melissa Lee-Houghton

Following her debut book, 'Patterns of Mourning' Melissa Lee-Houghton has written a new collection of original, raw-edged poems that are concerned with all things both abject and sublime. Love meets violence,...

Bi-Polar Expedition

by Neil Walton

With this book about severe bi-polar disorder, Neil Walton gives the reader a real insight into what it is like to live with this common, yet misunderstood and often seriously debilitating illness. Neil's life...