Dezi Jay M. grew up in Coolock, Dublin amidst abuse and addiction. At the age of 17, he was treated for compulsive gambling and later alcoholism, which took over his life. This led to many problems in his life, from which he has now recovered - and is still recovering on a daily basis.
Today, Dezi is concentrating on his writing. He is also active in the performing arts as an actor and singer and enjoys living a healthy and settled lifestyle.
An allegorical tale, told by way of a family saga (meet the Math-Zingers!) that could be said to represent a non-linear interpretation of the history of Christendom since the Middle Ages, focussing in particular on the role of the Church of Rome within that historical timeframe. An attempt to outline a future path for the Church, as it stands on the threshold of great changes.
The Day the Poppy Met the Shamrock is a personal account that deals with the problem of homelessness, charting one person’s journey from homelessness to resettlement: not just a matter of physical abode but also the deeper, more searching question of finding a home within oneself. God does not close one door without opening another.