SUICIDE – A collection of poetry and short prose from writers around the world on the themes of suicide and self-harm.
ISBN: 9781091029347


"There's still so much silence and underlying stigma that surrounds suicide and self-harm. Thank you for being so brave, where others, I think, are too afraid to even voice the words self-harm and suicide"

Contributor to SUICIDE




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The book will be published as a larger format paperback, on Kindle and free to view on platforms such as ISSUU.


Both the book, and this website will also feature:


  • Interviews with some of the contributors about their contribution and the challenges they have, or are facing.
  • Chapter list.
  • Examples of the poetry and prose featured.
  • Biographies of the writers and poets featured.
  • Related websites and helpful groups and associations offering support and help to people thinking about taking their own life and/or self-harming.


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