The annual PEN World Voices Festival gears up in New York, with visiting literati arriving despite volcanic ash and house arrests from repressive gove...
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Did you know that author William S. Burroughs lived in a partially converted YMCA at 222 Bowery? He called the apartment "The Bunker," and it's still ...
The hint is obvious: perhaps we will be able to use synthesized humans to find cryptic viruses in literature of the future
He said he was a poet, too. I no longer recall what we talked about, but it didn't take long for him to invite me back to his room at 9 rue Git-le-Coeur, the so-called Beat Hotel.
Malcolm Mc Neill's memoir about his longtime collaboration with William S. Burroughs, Observed While Falling, is just as spellbinding as his show at Salomon Arts in Manhattan.
This month provides a happy occasion for legions of Jack Kerouac fans, to say nothing of William S. Burroughs cultists, who always seem eager for new revelations about both writers' works.
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