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Paul Jeffcutt is a writer who lives in the Brontë Country of Northern Ireland.

‘Latch’, his debut collection of poetry, was published by Lagan Press in 2010. ‘A wonderful collection from a very talented poet’, said The Ulster Tatler on selecting ‘Latch’ as The Book of the Month; ‘the tone is confident and assured, the content is thought-provoking and, as a whole, it stokes passion and emotion within the reader.’

After several years out due to serious illness, Paul began writing poetry and performing his work in public again. Beyond this watershed, his writing has come to focus on the transience of everyday life.

He has won 30 awards for poetry in national and international competitions in Ireland, the UK and the USA. These awards comprise: seven 1st Prizes/Honours, two 2nd Prizes, three 3rd Prizes and eighteen Highly Commendeds. 

Paul's poetry has been published in literary journals in Australia, Austria, Canada, Ireland, the UK and the USA.

He is an acclaimed reader and performer of his own work. Paul has been featured four times on BBC Radio and he has appeared at major arts festivals in Ireland and the UK. In 2018 he was invited to read in the Scottish Poetry Library at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.