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TELL MRS MILL HER HUSBAND IS STILL DEAD
Compiled by David Clegg. Edited by Colette Bryce, Andrea Capstick, David Clegg, Gerald Cinamon, Dr Paul E H Davis, Gillian Fairchild, David Greenberger, Ellen Hawley and Sarah Hesketh.
“Tell Mrs Mill her husband is still dead” contains 47 life stories assembled over ten years from conversations with dementia patients. The stories range from first hand accounts of important historical events such as the London Blitz and the revolution in Iran, to personal tales about counterfeit money, abusive priests, stealing crisps, and driving through a war zone with a tank of goldfish. Several stories communicate the struggle of living with dementia in episodes containing the contributor’s last spoken words.“An original and very touching homage to the forgotten lives of people with dementia.” - Alzheimers Disease International
Published in a limited edition of 400 copies.
Available online at amazon.co.uk for £19.99 + p&p.
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ANCIENT MYSTERIES (Sold Out) (Out of Stock)
Stories from the Trebus Project compiled by David Clegg
Edited by Mark Brown and David Clegg.
Published with the assistance of the Arts Council of England in an edition of 300 numbered copies.
Ancient Mysteries contains 28 life stories, assembled over five years from the fragmented memories of people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in nursing homes and locked hospital wards across the country.
“A wonderful book.” - Fiona Phillips
SONGS & STORIES FROM THE CENTRE (Out of Stock)
Limited to 500 numbered copies, each vinyl album comes with a CD featuring additional recordings.
Available to order from 20th July 2005 @ £10.00 + £5.50 p&p
Orders should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
“Compelling… The Trebus Project throws down a gauntlet to the world of contemporary art, so often obsessed by youth sensationalism and celebrity.” Harry Eyres Financial Times Sept 10 2006
“A startling collision of Samuel Beckett, Karlheinz Stockhausen and Tom Waits.” Mark Gould Society Guardian April 26 2006