Calum’s enthusiasm for the Print Studio and encouragement of writers and poets
|Clip Title||Calum’s enthusiasm for the Print Studio and encouragement of writers and poets|
|Interviewee Name||Jimmy Cosgrove|
|Interviewee Role||Founding Member of Glasgow Print Studio in 1972|
|Interviewer Name||Kerry Patterson|
|Interview Date||10 January 2013|
|Clip Length||0 minutes 45 seconds|
JC: It was, but I think it was - the attraction was Calum; I don’t think one should ever underestimate Calum’s enthusiasm, knowledge and um, and sense of place, you know? At times he was a bit mischievous. I remember that, in fact, after my show there was a little booklet published – I’ve probably got one and I can’t remember where it is. But it was a poet and on the front cover was one of my drawings [laughs]. And it was only after it was published and I said to Calum, I said…. [and he replied] ‘oh yeah I meant to get back to you.’ [laughter] But, the point being that they were publishing poets’ books and things you know, and that was great.