Scatterlings: Getting Claimed in the Age of Amnesia by Martin Shaw with foreword by David Abram, available for purchase here.
It’s messy, opinionated, and asks more of you than you will likely want to give. It’s the tale of a myth teller making a circle ’round their den and bedding in. No tales of flapping Tibetan prayer flags, no wandering the deserts of North Africa.
Scatterlings reveals to us that when you gaze deep enough into the local you find the nomad, and when you look deep enough into the nomad you find the local. It is a rebel keen, a rising up, to bend your head to the stories and place that claim you.