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Here is a list of some of my more prominent activities

Poetry and Special Events.

September 2009
Publication of article 'Madam I'm Adam' in
Alchemy Journal (Vol 10 No.2)

November 2009
Publication of NIGHT READING FOR THE NEXT ICE-AGE (ISBN 978-0-9560289-0-7)
A collection of thirty of Paul's poems, is now available.

2005
The 'WHISPERS' release concert: THIRTY YEARS ON THE ROAD,
Schloss Haldenstein, Chur, Switzerland 16th - 18th September 2005

2004
The Ticking Crocodile: Blinking Eye Publishing,>www.blinking-eye.co.uk
(anthology) ISBN 0-9549036-1-7 'Autopsy'

Poetry Slam 2004/2005: Rotbuch Verlag,www.rotbuch.de (Anthology)
ISBN 3-434-54520-4 'Pig's Ear'

2003
Slam-Poetry Magazin 01: VISDP, www.poetrymagazin.de (Anthology)
'Politically Erect'

2002
Peterloo Poets 18th Annual Open Poetry Competition 2002: Dreamtime (4th prize. April 2002)

2001
Scintilla 5. 2001: Fire to the Frost (2nd Prize October 2000)

2000
Outposts: Clearing the desk accepted for forthcoming issue 185, 2001.
Tabla: Moon Sledging 'The Tabla Book of New Verse' 2000.
Housmann Anthology 2000: Onset.

1999
Trewithen Poetry Prize: Brigsted's Nightingale (3rd Prize. January 1999)
Appears in 'Second Trewithen Chapbook' March 1999.
Stand: Imago Mundi (New Series) Volume I, Number 1 (March 1999)
still: i fear 1999
Chalk Face Muse (E.F.L.): Lost for Words. 1999 Anthology

1998
Daily Telegraph 'Arvon International Poetry Competition' 1998 : Errantries
commended. Appears in 'The Ring of Words' anthology 1998.
Stand International Poetry Competition 1998: Dolphins was runner-up.
Writers News: Easter Lambs. Runner-up in 1998 Country Poem Competition
Open University Sonnet Society: Fatal Reckonings in September issue 1998
Tabla Poetry Competition 1998: Imago Mundi (First Prize) Appears in 'The
Tabla Book of New Verse' 1999

1997
Helicon: The Clay Tiger. At Dusk. (Nos. 8 & 9 1997)

1996
Poetry Life: Hunting Amber. (First prize. Autumn 1996)

1995
Envoi: The Furnaces (First Prize No. 111 1995)

1994
Poetry Digest: Why? Winter approaches (Winter afternoon).
Hunter's moon. Colmar from Les Trois Epis. Easter lambs. The fountain.
Moon music. Robot.* The only way I know.** (Nos. 62, 66, 69, 70, 80,
82, 83, 85, & * Ina Carlyle Love anthology. ** 2nd Prize, Bard of the
Year 1994)

1991
Envoi: The moon in clouds (Joint 3rd prize No. 100 1991)

1990
Orbis: The moon in clouds. Moon sonnet. Hunter's moon. Scarlet Moon
(Working women). A winter night (in Jutland). Ephemerides. (No. 77 & 78
1990)

1989
Psychopoetica: Snake Dance. Wind under the eaves. (1989)

1985
Vision On: The Syrian Hostess (1985)

1983
Resurgence: Eidechsen Zirkel - for Gabriele. The Zennor Mermaid. (May 1983)
TOPS: Desire (1983)

1980
A Handful of Care: The Saints (1980)

1979
South West Arts Review: A glimpse of God. The Quarrel (Issue 10. 1979)

1978
Devon Life: Stars - for Madeline (April 1978)



Articles.

Devon Life: Winfrith of Kirton (May 1980)



Short stories.

South West Arts Review: Asra (Issue 11. 1980)
Overspace: The Fountain Bird (Issue 13 1991)
Nova SF: Going Green (Winter 1990)



Film script.

Euroscript Film Story Competition 1998: Mad, Bad and Dangerous (The Life of
Lord Byron) was shortlisted.



Creative-words & music courses tutored.

Totleigh Barton, Arvon Foundation, Devon.
Schools in: Devon, Somerset, Hampshire, Avon, Cheshire. (Annually since 1986)
Kilve Court, Somerset. (1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005)
(1984, 1985, 1986, Played for 'Tandem' course, August 19th 1998)

University of Rheims (F) English Department (April 1992)
Westham House, Barford, Avon. (1991, 1992)
Lumb Bank, Arvon Foundation, Yorkshire. (1988)
Theatre Royal, Plymouth, Devon. (1987, 1988)
Exeter & Devon Arts Centre, Devon. (1986)
Dillington House, Dorset. (1985)