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January 26, 1975
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For a while I have had my art sat on the backburner - it's been so far back that whereas once I was known for being able to draw in a photo-realist style to depict something, now barely anyone even knows that I can draw, which sucks, right? I managed to get a few people in my life (not friends, you understand) that squashed my ambition. I went into agreement with all the negativity and as a result stopped doing something that used to not only float my boat but lit the room up for other people too. I want that back - I want my art to occupy the same place in my life that my writing does. I am going to start off on a low gradient of trying to draw one thing a day, and then I will step it up and get my chops back to where they were.
owner of a restless pen, listener and maker of the musehick, culler of the skull, the insomnihack. prolific poet and multi-genre writer. made in the uk, re-tooled in the US of A. thirty books of poetry thus far, exploring the full stretch of the lyric and intellectual capacity of as many poetical forms as he can find. two collections of short stories that push and pull at science fiction and literary conventions. more websites than an army of typewriting monkeys could have formulated. paul grimsley has appeared in issue 1 of 'showcase press poetry journal'; issue 1 of 'out of the gutter'; issue 4 of 'throwragmag'; and number 4 of 'dark lady poetry'. writer, prizefighter, caffeine inspired all-nighter. tabloid mouth,broadsheet mind.