Q&A with Clem Martini and Olivier Martini


Clem Martini and Olivier Martini talk to the University of Calgary about Bitter Medicine being selected for the 2012 Common Reading Program.

“I feel a sense of pride that the University of Calgary is taking this topic on because issues related to mental health are often seen as something to be ignored and set aside. Part of my pride relates to recognition of the book. But on a more fundamental level, it’s about the recognition that there has to be a new kind of debate and engagement with issues of mental health.” Read the interview.

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