We are delighted to offer Emily’s Voices by Emily Knoll (2017) for review. Expressions of interest are welcome from voice-hearers and the friends, families and professionals who support them, as well as from academic researchers with an interest in hearing voices and...In a recent piece for the Guardian’s Inner Voices series, our Postdoctoral Research Associates in Psychology Dr Ben Alderson-Day and Dr David Smailes write: On 20 May 1916, Ernest Shackleton, Frank Worsley, and Tom Crean reached Stromness, a whaling station on...What is like to hear a voice when no-one is speaking, and how is that different from having a thought? Could “inserted” thoughts (i.e. thoughts that somehow feel like they belong to another person) be the same kind of thing as hearing voices? Hearing the Voice is...The second biannual meeting of the ICHR (International Consortium on Hallucinations Research) was held at Durham University in September 2013. A full report on the meeting by organisers Flavie Waters, Angela Woods and Charles Fernyhough has just been published in...Charles Fernyhough and HtV team members Richard Bentall and Simon McCarthy-Jones have recently published articles in Hallucination, a new collection of essays by scientists and philosophers edited by Fiona Macpherson and Dimitris Platchias. The volume is described on...In honour of Schizophrenia Awareness week, Oxford University Press has pulled together a collection of ten articles from Schizophrenia Bulletin. The articles will be free to read until the end of June 2013. To access the articles, please click here.