118 haiku in Scots by haiku master John McDonald with transcreations in Irish by Gabriel Rosenstock. Raw, real, disturbing and beautiful, these haiku are “. . . an invitation to see more clearly, to hear more sharply, to feel more soulfully. If we have at all those eyes to see and those ears to hear they wake us up, not only to taste the language, but to hear the music of wonder. These verbal explosions echo in the chambers of wisdom”.
Alan Titley (Writer & scholar, Professor Emeritus of Modern Irish, UCC)