Paul Paré has had a lengthy career as a newspaper reporter and writer, starting with the Lewiston Evening Journal in the late 60s. He was also a radio and television host and producer, winning an Emmy in 1980, and he worked in public relations and grant writing for several nonprofit organizations. His articles have been published in Canadian journals, the FORUM of the University of Maine, and Wolf Moon Journal.
Paré's autobiographical novel Singing the Vernacular was published in 2008 by iUniverse, and his most recent work, a noir novel titled Road Kill, was published in September of this year by Piscataqua Press.
He lives in Ogunquit, Maine, and in Pompano Beach, Florida.