Sisyphusa is an allegory of depression and the mental health system as seen through the eyes of its main character, Odis Winston.
Sisyphusa is Michael Richmond's debut novel, which he wrote after being inspired by a strange dream and by the anger he felt after attending a psychiatric day hospital for six months. In discussion with Christopher Somerville, author of the critically-acclaimed 'Best Wild Places', this evening event sheds light on what it means to live with mental illness in the voice of a stunning new talent.
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