David Scott is a widely published writer on Japan, comparative religion and cookery. After gaining a doctorate at Manchester University, he left academic life to travel and write. He has written number of highly successful titles. He now lives in Liverpool where he studies Zen under the guidance of Genpo Merzel Roshi. Liverpool's Zen Buddhist Group
He founded the Liverpool Uechi-Ryu karate club and is joint
owner of the Everyman Theatre and Bistro complex.
|Japanese Cooking||London : Barrie & Jenkins, 1978; London : Panther Books (Granada Publishing), 1981|
|The Fighting Arts : Choosing the Way||London : Rider, 1985, 1988|
|Samurai and Cherry Blossom||London : Century, 1987|
|The Essential Guide to Japan||London : Automobile Association, USA, 1992, 1995|
|The Elements of Zen||Shaftsbury, Dorset and Rockport, MA : Element Books 1992|
|Explorer Japan||Europe : Automobile Association, USA : Fodor, 1995, 1996, 2000|
|The Way of Zen (co-author)||New York : St.Martins Press, 2000|
|The Three Bowls Cookbook (co-author)||Charles Tuttle, USA, 2000. Carrol and Brown, UK, 2000|
|Simply Zen, Interiors & Gardens(consultant editor)||New Holland, UK, 2000 Soma, USA, 2000|
|Easy To use Zen||Vega Books, 2002|
For information, please write to Dr D.L.Scott plus SAE for the return of the details to:
David Dohi Scott, c/o Everyman Bistro, 9 Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BH.
|Zen Practice Page||Liverpool Dojo|