Paul Dickson has lived and worked in Norfolk for the last 30 years, initially for the National Trust and, for the last 20 years, as an independent PR practitioner and latterly as a independent publisher and independent tour guide.
Fourteen years ago he researched and wrote a book of walks for the National Trust in East Anglia. This was followed by a commission from Norfolk’s Tagman Press to help spiritual healer, Ray Brown write his autobiography ‘A Mere Grain of Sand’.
A meeting with Illuminée Nganemariya in 2006 saw Paul embark on another writing project, assisting with ‘Miracle in Kigali’, Illuminée’s story of survival during the Rwandan Genocide and subsequent life in Norwich.
After a spell as a Director of the Tagman Press, Paul decided to branch out on his own, taking responsibility for ‘Miracle in Kigali’ with him.
Since then he has embarked on collaborations with Norfolk writers Tony Ashman, Sandra Derry, Neil Haverson and Peter Sargent.