'Rachel Morris is one of the smartest storytellers I have ever met . . . a wonderful and beguiling book.'
James Rebanks, author of The Shepherd's Life.
'In this elegant and eloquent book Morris explores the contents of the boxes under her bed to calmly piece together a family pattern of loss, sadness and extreme eccentricity. As a museum-maker, she meditates on the nature of museums: the Museums of Me we all carry in our heads, and the public institutions in which variations of the world's history are told . . . a delight.'
Julia Blackburn, author of Time Song: In Search of Doggerland.
'A fascinating meditation on the life of objects and their power to trigger our memories. It awakened my curiosity to the realms of history, pain and longing we access through the simple act of collecting.'
Dina Nayeri, author of The Ungrateful Refugee.
Saturday, September 12th, 9 am
Rachel on BBC Radio 4, Saturday Live
Friday, September 4th, 10 am
Rachel on BBC Radio Scotland
Friday August 28th, 1.15 pm
Rachel on BBC Radio Somerset
Thursday August 27th, 2 pm
Rachel interviewed by Jo Good on BBC Radio London
Monday August 24th, 2.30 pm
Rachel on BBC Radio Suffolk
Friday August 21st, 10 am
Rachel interviewed by Lilley Mitchell on BBC Radio Oxford
'Immensely thought-provoking . . . '
'Compelling . . . a transporting read . . . '
Cumbria Life Magazine
'Engrossing . . . '
'Beguiling . . . '
'Beautifully written and endlessly fascinating . . . '
DivineWriter (book blogger)
'An enthralling personal and professional journey . . . '
Lovereading (book blogger)