I’m thrilled Ben Huberman has mentioned a book called: Broken Light Collective. Danielle and a host of others coming to grips with their mental illnesses have worked on this project until its fruition. And a big shout out to the NYT for its mention. Slowly, slowly we are getting some press for the books we produce whether it be a memoir, collaborative photography collection or tips book on wellness.
Bravo and thanks Ben for the post.
We might think of the end of summer as a slow news season. Not so for the authors and bloggers we feature today, who’ve been hard at work on some exciting projects recently.
Writer, professor, and media scholar Rebecca Hains often shares thoughtful posts on her blog, especially on topics revolving around gender and discrimination. Earlier this month, she celebrated the release of The Princess Problem: Guiding Our Girls through the Princess-Obsessed Years (Sourcebooks), her most recent book. A critique of popular culture and the messages it sends to young girls, the book has already earned rave reviews, including from Brenda Chapman, writer and director of Disney’s Brave.
Danielle Hark founded Broken Light Collective, a community for photographers coping with mental health issues, more than two years ago. We’ve been following that project for a while (and mentioned it in a mental health-focused roundup earlier…
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