Tonight a literary dinner with my friend Pooky and others

Tonight a literary dinner with my friend Pooky and others

  • Writing books about eating disorders brings me into touch with amazing people around the world.
    I am very excited today (I am excited every day but especially today) because in London this evening I will meet dear friend  and writing colleague, Pooky Hesmondhaigh for the first time.
    Pooky has contributed to several of my books, including ED says U said, and Anorexia Nervosa – A Recovery Guide. Elise Paquette, who has done the beautiful artwork that you see on the cover and within the pages of for Anorexia Nervosa – A Recovery Guide  is also coming to dinner. Many, many reasons to be excited! Our little literary dinner has been organised by wonderful researcher, Prof. Janet Treasure, who has written many books including the co-authoring of the AN Recovery book, and co-editing of  A Collaborative Approach to Eating Disorders.
    June Alexander's photo.

    A Collaborative Approach to Eating Disorders

    A Collaborative Approach to Eating Disorders

    And this is ED says U said, in which Pooky shares her story. Cate Sangster, my wonderfully creative co-author for this book, I wish you could zip across from Australia and join us at dinner with us this evening!

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