Paul Ings was born in Bournemouth, UK, in 1971, and has spent the last 30 years in the Czech Republic working in teaching and translation including a course at the University of West Bohemia on English Literature Written by Non-native Speakers.
His poetry has been published in magazines including The Reader, Magma, The Interpreter’s House, Ink Sweat and Tears, Salzburg Poetry Review, South, etc., and in the anthologiesHair Raising(Nine Pens Press),The Joy of Living(Dreich),You’ve Got So Many Machines Richard!(Broken Sleep),Hildegard(Poetry on the Lake),Eternal(Hammond House),Cornwall(Palores Publications), and he was a joint winner of the Exmoor Society poetry competition in 2019. There have also been translations of Czech poetry (BODY Literature) and reviews in the Czech journal of international literature Plav.
His first collection, One Week, One Span of Human Life, was published by Alien Buddha Press on
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