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Tim played his first song in the round and Marshall sat up straight in her chair and took notice. By the second song she was on the edge of her seat holding her mouth open. Yes, Tim Carroll made a lifelong fan that night. Carroll was a basketball star in high school, but also developed an addiction to heroin. Burroughs as influences on his artistic career.
While still in high school, Carroll published his first collection of poems, Organic Trains. Already attracting the attention of the local literati, his work began appearing in the Poetry Project's magazine The World in Soon his work was being published in elite literary magazines like Paris Review in ,  and Poetry the following year. In , his second collection of poems, 4 Ups and 1 Down was published, and he started working for Andy Warhol.
At first, he was writing film dialogue and inventing character names; later on, Carroll worked as the co-manager of Warhol's Theater. Carroll's first publication by a mainstream publisher Grossman Publishers , the poetry collection Living at the Movies , was published in In , Carroll published The Basketball Diaries, an autobiographical book concerning his life as a teenager in New York City's hard drug culture. Diaries is an edited collection of the diaries he kept during his high school years; it details his sexual experiences, his high school basketball career, and his addiction to heroin.
In , Carroll wrote a second memoir, Forced Entries: The Downtown Diaries —, continuing his autobiography into his early adulthood in the New York City music and art scene as well as his struggle to kick his drug habit. After working as a musician, Carroll returned to writing full-time in the mids and began to appear regularly on the spoken-word circuit.
Starting in , Carroll performed readings from his then-in-progress first novel, The Petting Zoo. The band was originally called Amsterdam, where they originally formed and were based in Bolinas, California. The album featured contributions from Allen Lanier and Bobby Keys.Tim Carroll (from the album Keeping Time available on Records DK) Tim Carroll has maintained a steady stream of musical output that’s been under your nose for decades. A one-time member of Indiana punk band The Gizmo’s and New York City’s Blue Chieftains (two defunct bands worthy of internet research).