Paul was asked to write a poem in February 2014 by New York Poet, George Wallace who edits a poetry column called "Walt's Corner" published in a weekly newspaper in Whitman's home town of Huntington Long Island, called 'The Long Islander'. The paper was founded by Walt Whitman back in 1838, so there's quite a bit of history to it.
Paul wrote a poem especially for this publication call "A good life?" which George accepted and which appeared in the paper.
George is a noted New York poet and is currently poet in residence at the Walt Whitman Birthplace which is a New York State historic site.
This Monthly event has restarted and is now the 2nd Monday of the month.
You'll usually find a combination of: Paul, Nat, Ian Kell, Norman Rawl, Eric Lever, Gordon Zola, Dave Morgan, James Hartnell and others performing.
The Bay Horse, Babylon Lane, Heath Charnock PR6 9ER
Some of the articles previously published elsewhere can now be found here.
A new article in the investigation of the history of the Crime Thriller series, The Murder Ballads, is also published here for the first time. This article looks at how this ancient form of news broadcasting influnced later forms of the thriller, particularly the Penny Dreadfuls.
In June 2012 Paul's story 'Viking' was displayed in a flash fiction exhibition presented by Writing on the Wall at the Kuumba Imani Millenium Centre, 4 Princes Road, Liverpool, L8 1TH.
Also in June 2012, his monologue 'The Silver Dollar' was peformed in the Hippodrome Theatre, Todmorden and is to appear in a collection of monologues published by the Todmorden Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society.
Both the Story and Monologue can be found in Stories