In 2008 I was interviewed for Kat Banyard’s book The Equality Illusion (2010), for her chapter on eating disorders. It was during the interview stages of the process with Banyard that I began to explain what it was like for me to live with the eating disorder I have suffered with for 19 years. Even in therapy I have never really vocalised what it had become like to live with anorexia, out of fear that if I opened up I would be letting the wrong people in: the people who had the power, I believed, to change my thoughts, to make me grow, to make me fat. In being interviewed, however, I realised that I ‘know from the inside’. It is therefore my intention in this book to share my writing and photographic work made about my eating disorder in order to provide a new dimension on anorexia from the point of view of a sufferer of 19 years who has probably seen and experienced most, if not all, of what an eating disordered ‘life’ has to offer.