In the editors’ words: “In this study of locality, being Átiúil, we wished to span the length and breadth of refuge, to peer into hearts as if they were front rooms and find families wrapped in the warmth of tender embrace. We are so happy to share with you these works of place, prose and poem, in hopes they may bring you peace or pleasure… Home takes a great many shapes, from the shadow cast in a hallway at a long journey’s end or the smothering embrace of the one we love.”

The poem of mine that is included in this anthology is entitled “Who Reads Obituaries for Truth, Anyway?”.