Paul Bowers

Paul Bowers

Paul is a reporter, runner, and aspiring banjoist. He started writing for newspapers in the eighth grade while growing up in Summerville and has since had his work published in The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Paste, Free Times, undefined, The Post and Courier, Verbatim Poetry, and Patrol. He has reported from the west coast of Africa and the homeless hiding places of Columbia. He also briefly wrote the horoscopes for the college newspaper at the University of South Carolina. Paul and his wife live in North Charleston with their two cats, Dolly Parton and Paul Jr.

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