Paul Summers (poet)

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Paul Summers
Born 1967
Blyth, Northumberland
Occupation Poet
Nationality English

Paul Summers (born 1967) is an English poet who was born in Blyth, Northumberland and currently residing in Emu Park.[1][2] Summers was a founding co-editor of the following magazines: Billy Liar and Liar Republic.

Bibliography[edit]

  • straya, Smokestack Books, UK, 2017
  • primitive cartography, Walleah Press, Tasmania, 2013 / Smokestack Books, UK, 2014
  • union (new & selected poems), Smokestack Books, UK, 2011
  • Three Men on the Metro, Five Leaves, UK,2009
  • Big Bella's Dirty Cafe, Dogeater Press, 2006
  • Cunawabi, Cunawabi Publishing, London 2003
  • The Rat’s Mirror, Lapwing Press 1999
  • The Last Bus,Iron Press 1998
  • Beer & Skittles, Echo Room Press 1997
  • Vermeer’s Dark Parlour, Echo Room Press 1996
  • 140195, Echo Room Press 1995.

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20061003003751/http://www.northernpublishers.co.uk/authors/Paul_Summers. Archived from the original on October 3, 2006. Retrieved January 17, 2007.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ Arts Council England[dead link]