The Cliffs of Dyrhólaey is a haunting short story from the mystical southernmost peninsula of Iceland by the same name. It was written and recorded inside of three weeks in (Christmas through New Years, 2016-17). The tale is disjointedly narrated — the reason for which is revealed in full by the final line of dialogue. The track here (9:09) is the shorter PG-rated version. There is an R-rated take as well (for a graphic sex sequence). The clean version here is also available with The Sun Hangs Low, a collection of original prose, local folklore, travel tips and black/white photography (82 pages). Available in audiobook and PDF ebook (paperback coming spring 2017).