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For fans of Girl, Interrupted, The Bell Jar and The Year of Magical Thinking as well as Sally Brampton's Shoot the Damn Dog and Mary Louden's Dear Olivia More than ever before, high-profile figures are sharing their experiences of mental illness with a receptive public, such as Stephen Fry in his BBC documentaryThe Secret Life of the Manic Depressive For everyone who has loved, cared for or experienced someone close struggling with mental illness, especially parents
A native New Yorker, Michael Greenberg left school at sixteen and went to Argentina, where he was a reporter during the infamous Dirty War. Since 2003 he has worked as a columnist for the Times Literary Supplement. His fiction and essays have appeared in many publications including the Boston Review, where he is a contributing editor. Michael Greenberg lives in New York with his wife and son.
'Touching, warmly intimate and unsparing' - Joyce Carol Oates 'Lucid, realistic, compassionate, illuminating. In its detail, depth, richness and sheer intelligence, Hurry Down Sunshine will be recognized as a classic of its kind' - Oliver Sacks, New York Review Of Books 'Restrained yet candid, it's a beautifully written book' -Blake Morrison, Guardian 'His prose is confident and measured, never overwhelmed by the turbulent emotion it records. He writes with a novelist's feeling for dialogue and scene' -Stephanie Merritt