Published 14 June 2022
Maps are, in their simplest sense, the evidence of an exercise in tracing space driven by discovery. Rooms function as containers of precious things, of lives lived, the everyday, and the potential of consistent comfort, so long as the circumstances allow.
In this anthology, writers from across Wales provide literary reflections on maps and rooms, and reveal a long held and layered relationship with place.
Introduction by Umulkhayr Mohamed and Taz Rahman. Edited by Jannat Ahmed, Samiha Meah and Jonas David.
All the anthology’s contributors were a part of Literature Wales’ 2021-22 Representing Wales programme which is supported by the National Lottery through the Arts Council of Wales.
Literature Wales is the national company for the development of literature
whose vision is a Wales where literature empowers, improves and brightens lives.