Spindles: Short Stories from the Science of Sleep


Author: Penelope Lewis

The relationship between sleep and storytelling is an ancient one. For centuries, sleep has provided writers with a magical ingredient a passage of time during which great changes miraculously occur, an Orpheus-like voyage through the subconscious daubed with the fantastic. But over the last ten years, our scientific understanding of sleep has been revolutionised. No longe….Read More

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