You may find some of his poetry blunt and cruel, but as he says: ‘I write it as I see it’ He suffered epilepsy back in 2000 and this has given him a new insight to life and death. A great deal of his best work has come from this period as he sank to a new low and death was very near. This is reflected in some of the poems of this time. The poetry he writes is of an emotional, yet invigorating style that lets the reader feel the power of each written word. At the moment he lives in Lowestoft Suffolk with his black cat. He’s hoping to publish a book of his poems in the new year.