Reviews

  • Publisher's description. A stark and lyrical memoir of the steep descent into madness and the slow, agonizing recovery that follows. In 2013, Jay Griffiths suffered a devastating year-long episode of hypomania and extreme depression. Tristimania is the extraordinary, brave and painfully honest account of that year.

    Penguin
  • If bravery itself could write, it would write like she does.

    John Berger
  • Jay Griffiths is one of the most perceptive and lyrical writers working today...Tristimania [is] elegant, inspiring, a triumph in every sense. This is a book that gives us all an uncompromised and hard-earned sense of hope.

    New Statesman, Books of the Year
  • Jay Griffiths' courage and energy are formidable, but so is her sheer intelligence and literary flair. Her work isn't just good - it's necessary.

    Phillip Pullman
  • Griffiths' fearless, untamed writing style is equal in measure to Kahlo's brushstrokes... utterly original.

    Northern Rivers Echo
  • A glimpse of madness from inside the eye of the storm...

    Observer

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