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Icarus Did Not Die

by Nigel Pearce

This is a collection of short stories, poems and essays which chart a journey through the counter-culture, regular hospitalizations, psychosis, depression and addictions. But not only my own, it includes essays...

Mad Kamp

by Eliyahu Enriquez

Mad Kamp is a scrapbook of Pinoy Piyyutim chronicling the schizophrenic journey of a Psychiatric Survivor. Mad Kamp weaves a variety of poetic genres, from traditional free verse to contemporary spoken word,...

Inside the Insane

by Erica Loberg

Inside the Insane is a first hand account of life inside a psychiatric crisis ward in Los Angeles, California. From patients suffering from chronic paranoid schizophrenia to bipolar disorder disease, to major...

Feathers in My Soul: Writings And Musings About Fish, Rocks, Wood And The Years So Far

by Graham Morgan

Feathers in my soul is both a fractured autobiography and a celebration of the world around us, a tale of recovery and a description of the experience known as schizophrenia. In a series of themed chapters Graham...

Greengrey's Rambles: How to Remember North America: How to Remember North America

by Marc Latham

The Greenygrey proclaims itself Britain's most famous werewolf. It has been a prolific rise in fame for the greenygrey one, and the GG brand is now known all over the werewolf world. Like a cross between Loki...

Mind and Soul Poetry

by Bob Crew

This book of poetry provides us with a wide-ranging picture of mental health in the UK and the contribution that poetry can make to a better understanding of our mental condition and the reasons for it.

I Go From Bad to Verse

by Donna S. Rubin

I've written a book, but it's not the usual kind of "I've got this disorder, this is how I deal". My book is funny and it rhymes. I think it helps people. Those I've shared it with said it's made it easier to...

Flirting with Madness

by Louise Ellison

'Flirting with Madness,' focuses upon the mental illnesses, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Depression. 'Flirting with Madness' is written under the pen name of...


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...

Bipolarity and ADHD to Folding Mirrors: Poems Reflecting on the Mind, Life, Nature and Space

by Marc Latham

This book of poems owes as much inspiration to rock music as poetry. The early poems in the collection were inspired by rock lyrics rather than poetry, with songs proclaiming the twisted effects of bipolarity,...

Born to Be

by Bryan Hodgekins

'Born to Be' is about Bryan Hodgekins life, suffering the bombing, evacuation, playground of bombed out building, begging for money (mud larking) and accepting it as normal. The child never questioned the poverty,...


by Eileen Chubb

Eileen is one of the unsung heroines of our time. Years ago when I opened the first refuge in Chiswick, London in 1971, I was fighting to bring attention to the plight of victims of domestic violence. Nan was...

Old Old England

by Rosaleen O'Brien

Old Old England is a masterpiece that could only have been written about by our award winning author Doctor Rosaleen O'Brien. The amazing world views of a legal system, social and religious zeal that was portrayed...

The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life as a Reluctant Messiah

by Marc Maron

By the author of Attempting Normal and host of the podcast WTF with Marc Maron, The Jerusalem Syndrome is The Gospel according to Maron: a spiritual memoir of your average hyperintelligent, ultraneurotic, superhip...

Broken Whole: A California Tale Of Craziness, Creativity And Chaos

by Keith Adams

Described as "...probably the most entertaining account of mania you'll ever read...", this raw, inspirational, story shows that a man can live a full, productive life with a serious mental illness. In 2006,...

Hidden Colours: An Original Screenplay

by Azeem Khan

Hidden Colours is a controversial drama screenplay tracing the life of Adam, a free-spirited young Asian man struggling with bi-polar disorder, who finally comes to terms with his mental illness. Isolated and...

Madonna Complex: Why Men Are Wired To Cheat On Women

by Debra Laino

The Madonna complex is not something new. In fact, it was and often times is still usually referred to as the Madonna-whore complex. And what does this mean exactly? The Madonna complex is a book which explains...

Pastoral Care Mental Health

by Edna Hunneysett

The author seeks answers to a series of questions. Is care extended in Christian communities towards people with mental illnesses? Do Christians know what kind of support people with mental illnesses and their...

Kama Sutra of Love

by Durlabh Singh

This collection of short stories shows a rear glimpse into human nature with its beauty, ugliness and sufferings. These cover a variety of topics--life, love, dejection, horror and humour. Confronting despair...

Land of Ice

by A. Sole

Land of Ice is a book of poems, written over a ten year period. Some of the poems were written in hospital. Their themes range from existential questioning, the media, simple beauty and the effects of my illness...