Daniel Bartlett’s HIV started in 2010, when he contracted the virus.(more…)
“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.
Phil Grimes is a man who in his darkest times could never imagine that he would one day experience the freedom he enjoys today.
When a man has dreams, the whole world opens to him. Your resilience is there within you, it is hoped that maybe one man or woman might find that inspiration within the pages of this book.
Why is it that our human brains have such extraordinary powers of research and communication compared with any other known form of life on earth or anywhere in our universe?
How is it that our physical make-up has evolved to enable us to turn our thoughts into amazingly complex constructions?
There are lots of great self-help books out there aiming to give support and advice to cancer sufferers, but none like this.
Avril Chester, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, found solace in her suffering through writing poems. She hopes the release of her poetry book, “Be with me, its c” can help and guide others suffering from this cruel disease.