Suzie Grogan

I am a London-born writer and researcher publishing regularly on mental health, social history and poetry. My book, Shell Shocked Britain: The First World War’s legacy for Britain’s mental health will be published by Pen & Sword History in October 2014. A law graduate with post-graduate research qualifications, I contribute to The Wordsworth Trust Romanticism blog and have my own popular writing blog at No wriggling out of writing. My first book, Dandelions and Bad Hair Days: Untangling lives affected by depression & anxiety was published in 2012. Married with two children I live in Somerset. See www.suziegrogan.co.uk

‘A solace to a tortured world…’ – The Growing Interest in Spiritualism during and after WW1

In the 21st century, how many of us believe in ghosts? Is commune with the dead now confined to the pages of teenage fiction and mass market horror? Or could we, as a society, once more turn to spiritualism in … Continue reading

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