The distributed representation of short texts has become an important task in text mining. However, the direct application of the traditional Paragraph Vector may not be suitable, and the fundamental reason is that it does not make use of the information of corpus in training process, so it can not effectively improve the situation of insufficient contextual information in short texts. In view of this, in this paper we propose a novel distributed representation model for short texts called BTPV (biterm topic paragraph vector). BTPV adds the topic information of BTM (biterm topic model) to the Paragraph Vector model. This method not only uses the global information of corpus, but also perfects the implicit vector of Paragraph Vector with the explicit topic information of BTM. At last, we crawl popular news comments from the Internet as experimental data sets, using K-Means clustering algorithm to compare the models’ representation performance. Experimental results have shown that the BTPV model can get better clustering results compared with the common distributed representation models such as word2vec and Paragraph Vector, which indicates the advantage of the proposed model for short text analysis.