Dwelling examines the relationship between space and the events and objects that exist within it. Using T.S. Eliot's favored device of objective correlative, Ms. Akerberg draws the things in the environment closer to the persons acting in the space until the line between becomes blurred and nearly disappears. Birdsong blends with distance train whistle disappears into thoughts of childhood winters. There is much music here as well--each word has a purpose beyond its meaning (or multiple meanings). A read worth going back to.