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Mark Radcliffe

Mark Radcliffe is a mental health nurse, writer, senior lecturer and programme leader. As a nurse he worked in every clinical setting and at every clinical grade over 12 years and several London Trusts. As an educationalist he has held substantive posts in four universities, including Southampton and King’s College London, as a lecturer, supervisor and programme designer/coordinator.

His PhD was titled What Happens To Bruised and Damaged Nurses. He is the author of two novels (Gabriel’s Angel 2010, and Stranger Than Kindness 2013) and his first collection of short stories, ‘Superpowers’ will be published later this year by Valley Press.

He is currently writing and taking every opportunity to swim in very cold water. He does however still teach and works therapeutically in a local hospice.

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