Talking and walking through home-less-ness — Terence Connellan


This article reflects on the meanings of home through lived experiences of being without one. It offers readers an opportunity to see a city in a new way: by accompanying four people as they journey back to places where they had slept rough or found temporary shelter, and reflect on significant places and events. Through double listening and careful questioning, the author highlights their preferred identities, building on their own rich descriptions. Each person was invited to choose their preferred way of documenting their story.