About

Scott De Buitléir

Cork, Ireland

Born in London to Irish parents, I was raised in Clontarf in Dublin, and studied Celtic languages at University College Dublin. Since I was 15, I had a great interest in radio broadcasting and journalism, and before I moved full-time into marketing in 2015, I worked for the likes of BBC Northern Ireland, RTÉ Radio, and Spin1038, and launched by own digital publication, EILE Magazine. Despite the career change, I continue to write opinion articles on political and social issues, and I returned to podcasting at the end of 2020.

My first short story was published in an Irish-language newspaper in 2006, at the age of 18. Since then, I’ve read poetry at literary festivals across Ireland and the UK, and my fours books (including a novella, two works of non-fiction, and a poetry collection) are available in paperback and eBook format worldwide.

As I’ve settled down in Cork with my partner, I’ve also gotten involved with politics with the Social Democrats. I am currently Secretary of the Cork South Central constituency branch of the party, and campaign on issues relating to the Irish language and Gaeltacht communities.

Feel free to contact me regarding any of the above topics, or if you feel there is something I can help you with.