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Scott De Buitléir, speaking at the launch of his book, The Irish Outlander, at the Irish Writers Centre in Dublin.
Scott De Buitléir speaking at the launch of his second book, The Irish Outlander, at the Irish Writers Centre in Dublin.

Scott De Buitléir is an author and poet from Dublin, Ireland.

To date, Scott has published two non-fiction books and one collection of poetry. The Irish Outlander explores how the Irish diaspora connect with their homeland while living abroad, while Yesterdates is a lighthearted collection of dating stories in the search for Mr. Right, based on his dating column for British magazine, Polari. Scott’s début poetry collection, Fás | Growth, features over a decade of poems in English and Irish, covering themes of identity, love, loss, family connections, and gratitude.

With a previous career in media and broadcasting, Scott is also founder of the Irish LGBT publication, EILE Magazine. He lives in Cork city with his partner, and is working on his first novella, Forgiving Jake, due for release in March 2020.