is a freelance writer in the fields of literary and social history. She has been published widely on the history of health and is the author of Shell Shocked Britain: The First World War’s Legacy for Britain’s Mental Health (Pen and Sword, 2014) and Death Disease & Dissection: The Life of a Surgeon Apothecary 1750-1850 (Pen and Sword, 2017) inspired by her lifelong study of Romantic poet John Keats. She writes for a number of high profile Romanticism blogs and is preparing a book on Keats for 2021. She lives with her husband and rescue dog in Brittany.
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