Jock Stein is a piper and preacher from East Lothian. He brings to his writing experience of the Sheffield steel industry, life in East Africa, directing Carberry Tower, a sabbatical in Hungary, servicing Charities . . . He writes poetry in many styles, serious and quirky.
‘A study of faith, fate and destiny’ – John Miler
‘His spiritual growth opens like a flower’ – Irene Howat
‘A web of connections between his life, faith and poetry’ – James Robertson
‘A lifetime of stories in prose and poetry’ – Catherine Simpson