What do you do when you discover that the person you’ve built your life around never existed?
In the first half of the nineteenth-century treatment of the mentally ill in Britain and Ireland underwent radical change.
Nasty, Brutish, and Short is a collection of irreverent essays about life overseas. The author no longer has to hold his tongue about his experiences—which means it’s payback time.
A gripping account of PTSD, and a stark reminder that, for many, wars go on long after the last shot is fired.
Hazard is a poignant, unflinching memoir of the emotional intricacies of growing up with a severely disabled sibling.