Paul Mullin is a recovering playwright who wrote a memoir called The Starting Gate, as a soon-to-be-released first novel called Seattle Trust, and far too many short stories and poems to count since retiring from the theatre. His plays have been staged across the United States as well as Canada. His Louis Slotin Sonata won the L. A. Drama Critics Award for Outstanding World Premiere, and was read by invitation before scientists at the Los Alamos National Laboratory prior to its Off-Broadway run. Mullin conceived, co-wrote and co-produced NewsWrights United’s series of Living Newspapers, which enjoyed tremendous audience and media acclaim
He is the innovator of the monthly live reading series, Loud Mouth Lit, its quartanine companion version, Crowd Mouth Lit, and these Lake Boat Stories.
Check out his book The Starting Gate here.