Poetry book promotes message of hope
"Through the Winter" is a new collection of poetry and prose written and published by staff, volunteers and clients of Flintshire Mind to celebrate World Mental Health Day 2014.
The book, which will shortly be available to download free through Flintshire Mind's website, was the result of a year-long Creative Writing Group led by author and journalist Rhian Waller.
The book contains work from people who have not written a poem since they left school, as well as the work of professional writers. What they all have in common is that each piece was written by people either battling with mental distress or those working to promote mental health. All of them are well worth reading with their message of humanity and hope.
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