As many as one in four people suffer from a psychological disorder, but they don't have to face it alone. Let's give voice to the quieted, hidden parts of our selves in order to promote awareness of mental health issues and put an end to stigma.
In this debut print publication from Lime Hawk Literary Arts Collective, eighteen authors share their truths, fears, and triumphs of living and coping with mental illness. With perspectives ranging from patients to parents, children, doctors, and friends, Parts Unbound offers a dynamic addition to the conversation we must have about mental healthcare in order to make progress and heal.
Book DetailsParts Unbound
226 pages - paperback
Edited by Ginny Levy, Matthew Bohn
Lime Hawk Books, 2015
For media inquiries or to request a review copy of Parts Unbound, please contact Ginny Levy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cover art by Angie Reed Garner
"Parts Unbound invites the reader into struggles with mental illness, but also, importantly, into the complex individual stories in our neuro-diverse world. These eighteen vital essays evoke empathy with their stunning vulnerability, analysis, and gripping narratives."
-Sonya Huber, Author, Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir
"Parts Unbound dramatically and honestly captures the challenges of people fighting and coping with mental illness. It's a collection of enlightening true stories that will encourage others to share their pain and their struggles to live productive and satisfying lives."
-Lee Gutkind, Author, Stuck in Time: The Tragedy of Childhood Mental Illness, Editor, Creative Nonfiction.