Paul Mein is a regular contributor to Contemporary Literary Horizons, an international magazine of writing, philosophy and poetry. He has written and produced two poetry cycles for voices; “Voices in a mystery” and “Behind every hero.” Two others, “The Witch of Edlingham” and “The Bride of Boulmer,” of which he is joint author, are ready for production. He has two collections published, “In quiet places,” and “The language of sands”.
He currently leads the Writers Live writing group in Northumberland, having successfully set up a similar group in Nottinghamshire, where he was poet-in-residence for REACH, an organisation supporting adults with learning difficulties. In 2021, he won first prize in a short story competition organised by The Word.