Paul Canon Harris has been a communicator all his life - he even talks in his sleep. He writes poetry, radio scripts, stories and grown-up books on leadership. He worked for abrief time as a policeman and for a long time as a vicar. He is often found on a beach with Hope, his dog.
He is a writer and poet, based in Bournemouth but travels all over UK and further afield to perform.
He performs spoken word material - poetry and Thought for the Day on national (BBC Radio2) and regional radio.
His one-man show People Watching People-Watching premiered at ManxLitFest. Featuring many of his observational poems and photos by Grant David Read it is suited to a wide range of venues. He offer a workshop to schools called "Imagine".
He has written non-fiction books and poetry. His publisher Kevin Mayhew published Overturning Tables (poems) and Jump Leads & Bump Starts (meditations) in March 2016. He is currently working on "Leading for a Change" which is due for publication later in 2016.
Paul has recorded 2 audio CD poetry collections: People Watching People-Watching (2013) and Memory Game (2015)
His first collection of poems Best Before (Creative Media Publishing 2012) went to reprint. His first novel Called into Question - (Pretty Woman meets Life on Mars) is still seeking a home.
2 anthologies published in 2014 have included one or more of his poems:
"In Transit - poetry for people on the move." Bordertown Press, Ontario.
"Learning to Love" Proost Publications.