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  • Indeed, to paraphrase Allen Ginsberg's "Howl," I saw the best stomachs of my generation destroyed by Takeru, starving hysterical naked.

    American Beat: Dogging It

  • From his work with David Bowie and Twyla Tharp to more cerebral geniuses such as Allen Ginsberg and Woody Allen, composer Philip Glass has proved that musical inspiration isn't bound to the stage, screen, page or, as his collaborations with painter Chuck Close demonstrate, gallery walls.

    Getting Up Guide: DC Shorts and Philip Glass

  • Poetic Obituaries: The poet Simon Vinkenoog, famous for his flowing grey hair, was a symbol of the 1960s and was friends with beat poets such as Allen Ginsberg, whose work he translated.

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  • Poetic Obituaries: The poet Simon Vinkenoog, famous for his flowing grey hair, was a symbol of the 1960s and was friends with beat poets such as Allen Ginsberg, whose work he translated.

    Poetic Obituaries: The poet [Simon Vinkenoog], famous for

  • There was one or two of him in every small town in America -- though since he grew up in San Francisco he could actually get City Lights books (such as Allen Ginsberg's "Howl") at the City Lights Bookstore, and hear Lawrenee Ferlinghetti read in person.

    Requiem For The Dead

  • The archival materials on display, including original manuscripts; correspondence between Burroughs and other literary Beats, such as Allen Ginsberg, Lucien Carr, and Jack Kerouac; and rare editions of Naked Lunch, come from Columbia's extensive holdings of documents related to the novel's creation, composition, and editing.

    Book Patrol

  • More profoundly, he colonised broadcasting as an aesthetic arena, orchestrating off-the-wall live satellite transmissions that featured avant-garde figures such as Allen Ginsberg, Merce

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The landmark store on Telegraph Avenue was known for its eclectic and political inventory, its lively author readings and its early support of writers such as Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • The black-and-white striped shirt worn by Neal Cassady - immortalised as Dean Moriarty in On the Road - is on display, original flyers from poetry readings line the walls, the histories of Beat writers such as Allen Ginsberg,

    Expecting Rain

  • The archival materials on display, including original manuscripts; correspondence between Burroughs and other literary Beats, such as Allen Ginsberg, Lucien Carr, and Jack Kerouac; and rare editions of Naked Lunch, come from Columbia's extensive holdings of documents related to the novel's creation, composition, and editing.

    Book Patrol

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  • I think I prefer the visuals over on Ginsberg, but check out that autoharp.

    edit: On closer examination, I think that's not an autoharp--it doesn't have the dampers, so it's probably some kind of zither or something.

    October 11, 2011