What puts the ‘ice’ in voices?

Why do some people 'hear voices' saying negative things? Good question. Here are our musings on this, in a new paper published this month. It is free-to-read, thanks to the support of the Wellcome Trust. Just click on the image below to access it.


Jay McGuiness’s jive

In a desperate effort at procrastination, here's the latest in my continuing unpopular series of 'why-are-you-posting-this' blogs. (if you can't muster the energy to enjoy this, at least be grateful that I'm not publishing more short stories). Anyway, today we get to relive a Strictly Come Dancing Classic Moment, namely the Week 3 jive from Jay … Continue reading Jay McGuiness’s jive

In Which We Float

I've just taken my first step into a brave new world, namely writing fiction. Here's my first effort, a short story entitled In Which We Float. It was published in the November issue of Crossways Literary Magazine. Thus begins the process suggested by Samuel Beckett: "Try again. Fail again. Fail better." SMJ