Terry Stephen Driscoll was one of the most-popular and well-respected poets at YPDC when he was an active member there. His poems are realistic and powerful and touch on a wide variety of subjects from love to light, lyrical verse to important social issues. His interests include Venice, Paris, and Berlin; art galleries; Egon Shelle and Picasso; historic finery and architecture; indie films; most styles of music; and good poetry. Terry is a company director in the music industry and lives in London.
“He tapped to his tune of the evening for what seemed like forever. I wish it had been.” —Terry Stephen Driscoll from his poem, An Evening of Childhood