#TPQ5: PAUL ROBERT MULLEN

Charles Bukowski

Changed the face of poetry – a brutal realist, who wasn’t afraid to explore taboo in his dark and funny work poetry, novels, short stories and articles.

Martin Amis

Writes with a flair and humour that is totally compelling.

Lee Harwood

Deeply introspective poetry with pioneering form devices and often beautiful, relatable sentiment.

John Steinbeck

Creator of vivid dust-bowl landscapes and gritty characters. A moral story teller, and interesting non fiction author too.

Stephen King

The storyteller of my youth. A terrific macabre imagination and wicked purveyor of the unseen twist.


Paul Robert Mullen is 36. Musician, poet, traveller, sociable loner. Loves minimalism and all things literary. Editor of Broken Spine Arts.

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