The poetry collections on this web site represent the work during Scott Hill’s most prolific period – through the late eighties and very early nineties. Scott’s pen ran dry around 1993, but that’s hardly surprising as it was around then that he had his first requited relationships: with people and with music. There was just no longer any need for pen and paper when Scott could chew the ears off his friends, and make new friends through dance.
Scott misses writing. Long before the web presented a new creative outlet, Scott was able to not only communicate but do so in a way that allowed him to design, engineer and produce. But as much as Scott misses writing, he prefers chewing the cud and laughing with his friends. Maybe one day if his friends stop listening, the pen and paper will be there for him.