• The Autistic Alice 

      There are two acts of recovery in this book – one of a lost brother, and another of a lost self. Joanne Limburg commemorates both in her third collection, The Autistic Alice. In its title-sequence she uses Alice in ...
    • A Creative Photographic Approach: Interpretation and Healing Through Creative Practice 

      Simmons, M. (Presentation)
      Our lives are negotiated through our relationship to others, and understanding our position within that social setting is informed by lived experience, making sense of whom we are, and what has happened to us, is achieved ...
    • Small Pieces: A Book of Lamentations 

      'My mother, my family and Judaism are nested inside each other. I am Jewish and always Jewish; it's analogous with family, however hard it is, and however strained, it can never be disavowed... I remain, as my therapist ...
    • Streams of bereavement 

      Owton, H. (Article)
      This article offers “streams of bereavement” narratives across time. The author seeks to present a multilayered voiced account through vignettes and poems about the loss of her father who died 20 years ago. This aims to ...
    • The World to Come: Journey into a Jewish afterlife 

      Limburg, Joanne (Article)
      Judaism has a very distinct understanding of the afterlife. A sceptic, who has suffered her own losses, probes the faith in which she was raised and reflects on what - if anything - might follow death.