Scott De Buitléir is an Irish writer and poet.
He is author of The Irish Outlander, which mixes a personal story of coming home with how the Irish diaspora connect with their homeland while living abroad, and what makes many return to Ireland. The Irish Outlander is available in ebook and paperback formats from Barnes & Noble in the U.S., and Amazon in Europe.
Scott has also spent many years writing poetry in both the Irish and English languages. His début solo collection, Fás | Growth, was published in 2017 and featured over a decade of poetry, covering themes of identity, love, loss, family connections, and gratitude.
He occasionally writes opinion articles in the Irish-language news site, Tuairisc.ie, and is also founder of the Irish LGBT publication, EILE Magazine. Originally from Dublin, Scott now lives in Cork city with his partner, Stephen.