Some People Have No Poetry by Paul Robert Mullen

Poem from issue #1 of The Broken Spine Artist Collective

Paul Robert Mullen is a poet, musician, lecturer, traveller and sociable loner from Southport, near Liverpool, U.K. Paul has spent a decade gradually moving around the world, having lived and worked in the UK, Australia, China and Spain. Paul enjoys Leonard Cohen, bass guitar riffs, porridge, paperback books with broken spines, and all things minimalist. He is a regular contributor at Marias at Sampaguitas and has published three poetry collections on Coyote Creek Books (San Jose, California): curse this blue raincoat (2017); testimony (2018); 35 (2018).. Paul is widely published in a range of international magazines/e-zines/journals and anthologies, including the following: 3 Moon Independent Publishing, After The Pause, Allegro, Anti-Heroin Chic, Barren Magazine, Bees Are Dead, Bending Genres, Black Bough Poems, Blossom In Winter, Bonnie’s Crew, Borderlines, Burning House Press, Cephalo Press, Cleaning Up Glitter, Constellate, Crossways, Dear Reader, Decanto, Dodging The Rain, Dreamcatcher, Dream Noir, Elephants Never, Eunoia Review, Fevers of the Mind Poetry and Art Digest, Fire, Four X Four, Ghost City Press, Heron Clan, Iceberg Tales, Last Exit, Light Through The Mist, Marias at Sampaguitas, Mojave Heart, Poetry Pacific, Panning for Poems, Pendora, Reality Break Press, Re-Side, Selcouth Station, Silk & Smoke, Streetcake, Sub-Rosa, The Canon’s Mouth, The Fictional Café, The Fiction Pool, The Foxglove Journal, The Interpreter’s House, The Journal, The Mark Literary Review, The Pangolin Review, Three Drops From A Cauldron, Turnpike Magazine, Vamp Cat, Words For The Wild and Wellington Street Review

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