What sort of country do we want to live in? What sort of country do we already live in? What do we like? Who are we?”
With these words, Margaret Atwood frames for us the tough questions that must be asked if we are going to grapple with the hash reality of these economic “tough times.” In this essay, included in this ground-breaking Black Moss Press collection that has been edited by the award-winning poet John B. Lee, she joins with 23 other writers and photographers to challenge our values and shed light on how we ought to articulate our future.