Canadian cellist and writer Erika Nielsen stopped by The Oasis with Mark Wigmore to talk about her new book, Sound Mind.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW:
Erika knew that her real language was music – her truest voice, the cello – by the time she was three years old. She knew she would become a professional musician by the eighth grade. But she could never understand why sometimes she felt as if she was floating on sparkling clouds, enchanted by her own brilliance, while at other times she huddled in a dark, wretched place, sobbing and overcome with her inadequacy. At age 27, she finally found out: she was mentally ill.
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