Category Archives: Death, Disease and Dissection

Death, Disease & Dissection: Keats, Quacks & Bodysnatchers – what’s not to like?

Death, Disease & Dissection – my new book about Georgian and early Victorian medicine is out now, published by Pen & Sword https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Death-Disease-Dissection-Paperback/p/14015 Continue reading

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5 ways to make the most of precious writing time…

2016 has been one of those years that has seemed to offer very little ¬†in the way of peace of mind, space for contemplation or periods of calm. The horrors of the world, along with political upheavals, have¬†absorbed our attention … Continue reading

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