Marianne Brooker is based in Bristol, where she works for a charity campaigning on climate and social justice. She has a PhD from Birkbeck and a background in arts research and teaching. She won the 2022 Fitzcarraldo Essay Prize for Intervals, her first book.

This is an important, harrowing book that is moving and thought-provoking on the issue of assisted dying. It is a work of both activism and memoir, written in haunting prose.

Professor Suzannah Lipscomb


by Marianne Brooker

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