The Roaring Silence

The Roaring Silence

A Compendium of Interviews, Essays, Poetry, Art and Prose About Suicide

Book - 2016
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The Roaring Silence is a book about suicide awareness, comprising contributions from 79 artists, writers, poets, and a few professionals from all generations and backgrounds, and from throughout the country who collectively communicate the message that life is both dark and bright and that none of us is immune from times of shadow ... In its diversity and creativity it is enlightening and empowering, challenging and reassuring and a great read all round.
Publisher: [Auckland] :, The Depot Press,, 2016.
Branch Call Number: 362.28 ROA
Characteristics: v, 164 pages :,colour illustrations;,27 cm
Additional Contributors: Harris, Amelia 1980-
West, Julia


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