A book that will find its reader from Ukri to Omuļi and from Ērģeme to Skuki.
Editor of the collection Kārlis Vērdiņš: "Marts Pujāt's new book is a thematically unified cycle of poems. In it, the poet's unique vision of the world and sense of language, already well known to the reader, are manifested. This time, they turned in the direction of topographical poetry, visiting many places in Latvia that have usually slipped past the gaze of poets."
Marts Pujāts (1982) - poet. Poetry publications since 1998. The author of five collections of poetry, he also worked as a poet. For his first collection of poetry "Tuk tuk par sevi" (2000) he received the Klāvs Elsbergs Award, for his poetry collection "Nāk gaismā pati lampa" (2013) he received the Latvian Literature of the Year Award in the nomination Best Poetry Work. He also writes poetry for children, for the collection "Ej nu ej" (2020) he received both the Latvian Literature of the Year Award and the Jānis Baltvilks Award.