‘Usually, interviews confirm interrogators’ prejudices or subjects’ lies. Naim Atallah, however, caught the good and the great close to the threshold of death, where inhibitions vanish and hypocrisy dissolves. He captured serenity and anxiety, recrimination and justification, ruthless
The Evening Standard on the National Gallery exhibition on the forgotten women who inspired the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood…
Dr Jan Marsh is curating an exhibition at the National Gallery on the forgotten women who inspired the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, called the 'Pre-Raphaelite Sisters'. The exhibition will focus on women such as Elizabeth Siddal and you can read the Evening Standard article here. In 20
Jeannette Hyde, author of The Gut Makeover recommends If I chance to talk a little wild by Jane Haynes
'If I chance to talk a little wildcovers a diversity of topics form friendship and psychiatry in St Petersburg to our bond with pets, and the pain of our guts intertwined with references from literature and peppered with anecdotes from the therapy room (anonymised with patient permiss
Christopher Gray writes about the launch of No Longer with Us by Naim Attallah. You can read the full article here: Gray mattert December 6Gray mattert December 6 and get your copy of No Longer with Us by Naim Attallah here today.
The Hippocratic Post on A Listening Doctor by Jeremy Bending and If I chance to talk a little wild by Jane Haynes
You can read the Hippocratic post Christmas round up of medical books here. A Listening Doctor by Jeremy Bending is available here and If I chance to talk a little wild by Jane Haynes here.
The Jewish Chronicle reviews If I chance to talk a little wild by Jane Haynes and Indescribable by Candice Derman
'The dark childhoods of actress Candice Derman (author of Indescribable) and psychotherapist Jane Haynes (If I Chance to Talk a Little Wild) might have sprung from the Brothers Grimm. Their stories are, however, all too painfully true. Coincidentally, continents and time-frames apart,
'Naim Atallah has, in this towering Babel, given those he encountered an enduring and endearing memorial' No Longer with Us by Naim Attaalh is reviewed by The Literary Review. Get your copy of the book here today.
‘No Longer with Us is a masterpiece! A complete triumph! A compendium of probing interest, intelligence and humanity! A compendium of probing interest, intelligence and humanity! And what a coruscating cast!’
Lord Magan of Castledown on No Longer with Us by Naim