Asian tales of humor and wit.
Inspired by the Mullah Nasrudin, the Sufi embodiment of the wise fool, these sparkling new tales have unexpected twists and turns which might raise a mullah's eyebrow, or two. Warning: this product contains nuts.
Fiction. Humor. Asian Fiction. Irish Fiction.
Gabriel Rosenstock was born in postcolonial Ireland. He is a bilingual poet, tankaist, haikuist, translator, short story writer, novelist, playwright, essayist and, to borrow a phrase from Hugh MacDiarmid, 'a champion of forlorn causes'. Previous collaborative work with Debiprasad Mukherjee has appeared in The Irish Times, The Culturium and MargutteM/i> (SeeEkphrastic Collaborationsin Mukherjee's website). Rosenstock is a member of Aosdána ( the Irish academy of arts & letters), a Lineage Holder of Celtic Buddhism and a recipient of the Tamgha-i-Khidmat medal for services to literature.