“A fiercely intelligent and beautifully made book, built of many elements, held together by time-travelling love and careful witness. Totally unique. Work like this means the world to me.” Max Porter
“A magnificent book. The fusion of word and image; of grief and joy; the towering evocation of a very special part of Shropshire – it blew me away” Mike Parker
“[A] brilliantly observed and moving evocation of belonging and loss” Simon Doubleday (review)
[in Where?, Moreton] connects trauma and loss to landscape and geography to stunning effect. Some of the best writing and art in my recent memory – absolutely haunting and essential.
Listen to Max Porter and I in conversation about WHERE?