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Barcode: 9780993575877
Trade code: 50057
ISBN: 9780993575877

Sam Mills | "Trauma"

49.90 лв.
  • Еssays on Art and Mental Health
    Copyright: © Dodo Ink 2021

    Trauma: Writing about art and mental health includes contributions from a range of well respected authors, such as Marina Benjamin, Yvonne Conza, Rhiannon L Cosslett, Neil Griffiths, Juliet Jacques, Kirsty Logan, Sophie Mackintosh, Alex Pheby, Monique Roffey, Tamim Sadikali, Joseph Schreiber, and the film-maker David Lynch.

    The essays range from the personal to the political, from the raw to the reflective, exploring topics such as grief, insomnia, anxiety, schizophrenia, meditation, abusive relationships, work, and the relationship between madness and creativity. Emma Jane Unsworth's essay focuses on post-natal depression; James Miller's explores the impact of Trump and the political climate on our collective mental health; David Lynch's essay explores the healing benefits of Transcendental Meditation. Matt Haig's successful books have demonstrated a huge appetite for mental health, but this anthology aims at a more literary readership who want to think about the issues with greater depth. This is the first anthology exploring this issue published in the UK.

    • Language: English
    • Dimensions: 13 х 21 cm
    • Pages: 416
    • Cover: softcover
    • First published: 2021
    • This edition published: 2021