Samara Linton is the co-editor of The Colour of Madness, a patchwork anthology which provides a platform for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) experiences of mental health in the UK. The anthology serves to address the disparity between the mental health services provided to the BAME community and those offered to less marginalised groups.

The Colour of Madness is available to purchase at Amazon, Waterstones, Lighthouse Bookshop and more.

Press

The Pool. “Mental health issues can feel like they’re only for white, middle-class people”

Boundless. The colour of mental health…

Dazed. Six new anthologies to make you smarter this winter.

Marbles. A Mentally Healthy Christmas: Books.

Bustle. Five Books About Mental Health That Will Make You Feel Less Alone. 

Mental Health Today. Reading minds: the best mental health novels and memoirs of 2018.

The Psychologist. A kaleidoscope of mental illness.

Media Diversified. ‘The mental health system was not designed with us in mind.’

Disability Arts Online. But is it any good? ‘Quality’ and the Marginalised Artist: part 1

Entertainment Focus. Interview: Rianna Walcott on The Colour of Madness.

Artefact. Revealing the colour of madness.

TimeOut. Things to do: Black Sheroes Month.

Blueprint Magazine. This new anthology on BME mental health is looking for submissions.

Black Ballad UK. Why We Need To Write Our Own Mental Health Narratives.

Gal-dem Magazine. The Colours of Madness: Seeking healthcare as a POC.

Imkaan @ Medium. #16blogs for #IDEVAW. Beyond ‘Resilience’: black women and mental health

 

Twitter: @MadnessColourOf #ColourOfMadness

 

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