Daniel Bartlett’s HIV started in 2010, when he contracted the virus.(more…)
‘It’s hard to cry with sadness while you’re laughing with love’.
This is the story of a much-loved young woman, who died much too early, and the way that she lived her life in the fullest way she knew, right until the very end.
“There is something in the world that doesn’t want us to live”
These poems have at their heart the use of the tranquilliser Serenid D, but this deadening benzodiazepine is also an image of cultural negativity: something in family, society or state that wants to suppress, control and nullify.
In her latest book, ‘A Matter of Life and Death – Women and the New Eugenics’, Barbara Rogers argues that population growth would not be a problem if all women had access to safe and effective contraception.
An emotional, honest, warm and humorous account of one woman’s battle with breast cancer – and how her experiences can inspire all those whose lives are touched by cancer.