Dr John Cooper Clarke talks about growing up in post-war Salford, being inspired to write poetry by his English teacher at school, working at a betting shop, how addiction affected his creativity, working with bands like Arctic Monkeys and the Inspiral Carpets and why he still loves Manchester.
"I'VE ALWAYS TRIED TO TAKE IT INTO THE ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS"@official_jcc talks to @therealboon about his poetry and how it shifted to the world of Punk Rock.— Humans of XS Manchester (@HumansXs) June 25, 2019
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