Steve himself describes it as:
"… a book about maturity, history, mistakes, places, death, democracy, power, laughter in the dark, science in the context of these matters, glasses half full or half empty, cups overflowing and the advantages and disadvantages of this…"
"… let me say how much I enjoyed the manuscript – it was a real breath of fresh air – genuinely individual…"
"… Challenging, refreshing… the tangential world we really inhabit… ambitious, demanding and should be seen…"
Steve Griffiths was born in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey, in 1949. He has published four collections of poems since 1980, the last being Selected Poems (Seren, 1993). In the Nineties he took a long break from writing and publishing, before an intense period from 1999–2004 when he wrote An Elusive State: Entering al–Chwm.