Do you have a favourite map showing literary associations?
“a map ‘has to use shorthand, or symbols, or metaphor, and in this it resembles poetry’” 
‘If I’m not really going anywhere, then travel by map of course provides the only possible route – everywhere, to nowhere in particular…buried treasure, lost continents and phantom islands…Maps are guilty of distortion, it’s true, but I forgive them for it… Every map tells a story.’’
 The poet Ciaran Carson quoted in ‘Edgelands: journeys into England’s True Wildness’, Paul Farley and Michael Simmons Roberts. Jonathan Cape, Kindle Edition: 16
 Dava Sobel (2012) For the Love of Maps in Simon Garfield, ‘On the Map’ Profile Books: 12-13