Paul Summers (International) assertion Paul Summers i(A149115 works by)
Born: Established: 1967 Blyth, Northumberland,
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England,
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United Kingdom (UK),
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Western Europe, Europe,
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Gender: Male
Visitor assertion Departed from Australia: ca. 2016
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Paul Summers a Northumbrian poet who lived in Central Queensland. His poems have appeared widely in print for over three decades and he has performed his work all over the world. A founding co-editor of the 'leftfield' magazines Billy Liar and Liar Republic, he has also written for TV, film, radio, theatre and collaborated many times with artists and musicians on mixed-media projects and public art. He won Northern Arts Writers Awards in 1995 and 1998 and a Northern Writers Award in 2008. Collections include: Union, Three Men on the Metro, Big Bella's Dirty Cafe, Cunawabi and The Last Bus.

Summers returned to the UK after a five year stay.

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  • Paul Summers' works after his arrival in Australia, and those with Australian subjects and setting are included in AustLit.

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