Allen Ginsberg


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United States poet of the beat generation (1926-1997)

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My father didn't know who Allen Ginsberg was, he didn't know Cassady, he wasn't part of the Beat scene, but he loved poetry,'' said Los Angeles performance artist Jean Spinosa, who found the letter as she was cleaning out her late father's house two years ago.
Daniel Radcliffe is impressive as poet Allen Ginsberg
I hadn't particularly been interested in the Beat poets but I became a fan of the character of Allen Ginsberg in the script because he was the most vulnerable and innocent going into it all.
Now he's only gone and turned in a terrific performance as Beat poet Allen Ginsberg.
By Bruce McKinney/Featuring poetry by Allen Ginsberg
WASHINGTON, May 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Compelling photography by 20th-century American poet Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) of himself and his fellow Beat generation writers--including William S.
Bill Morgan is a longtime chronicler and associate of the gang of writers known as the Beats, especially the poet Allen Ginsberg, whom he fingers as the center around which the Beat solar system gyrated.
I write to protest the scandalously unfair review by Richard Canning of The Letters of Allen Ginsberg [Nov.
The pub is no pushover: It has published works by Allen Ginsberg, the beat poet, and the original gonzo journalist, Hunter S.
The young lovers moved in together, sharing an apartment with the future wife of William Burroughs, and began lifetime friendships with Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, and others.
AT SAN FRANCISCO'S SIX GALLERY on October 7, 1955, Beat poet Allen Ginsberg, then 29, performed his first public reading of "Howl.
Among that group: Allen Ginsberg, Gloria Steinem, Abbie Hoffman, Bob Dylan, and Malcolm X.
We've replaced Allen Ginsberg with entertaining eunuchs, bathhouses with community centers.
She met poet Allen Ginsberg and performance artist Eric Bogosian.