Each poem is a tantalising dream … a tribute from one restless, searching artist to another, yet points to a problem commonly human and genuinely spiritual, with flair—with some fine, assured art.

Kerry Leves, Overland.

A book for someone who loves travel and travels with love, poems filled with startling lines and images that move with grace and trueness and some element of gentle ache amid it all, like ‘grain broken on the road of chance’. It’s this mystery of involvement that Scott celebrates with tenderness and heartfelt surrender … How close it all feels.

Mark Mordue, author of ‘Dastgah: Diary of a Headtrip’.

Beautiful… obscure… touching…the old superimposed on the new. The poems can be read and reread, in and out of order, as a philosophy on the art of travel and the nature of dislocation.

Claudia Hyles, The Canberra Times.

Consistently original and beautifully rendererd….Buy this haunting volume to take on the road and plunge into during moments of solitude.

Susan Kurosawa,The Australian.

From money and Khao San Rd to beaches and buddhas, the themes and subject matter are as varied and all-encompassing as the experiences of travelling… a welcome alternative.

Rosalyn Page, Australian Gourmet Traveller.

Finely crafted poems of a world closely observed and richly explored … a spiritual journey.

Paul Grover, Studio.

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