Bitter Medicine reviewed in The Malahat Review and Event
Heather Birrell, writing in Event, calls Bitter Medicine “not only remarkable, but lovely, resonant and important,” and Chelsea Rushton, writing in the Malahat Review, says “Bitter Medicine doesn’t aim to make readers feel better when we finish reading, or safer, or as though we are off the hook for something. In fact, it’s exactly the opposite: we’re made aware of the very real injustices concerning those afflicted with mental illness. By virtue of the fact that we all co-exist together, that injustice extends to everyone, and the truth is simply that ‘we all deserve better.'”
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