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Ed Sanders

Please Kill Me: Punk, Richard Hell, the Metropolitan Museum, and the Conceits of Fashion, NYWFT Designing Women

Regina Weinreich | Posted 08.03.2013 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

For those of us who remember the thrilling violence enacted by James Chance & the Contortions, the muted manifestations of "punk" at the Metropolitan ...

'FUG YOU': A Decade of Poetry, Politics, and Rock 'n' Roll

Jan Herman | Posted 03.04.2012 | Books
Jan Herman

FUG YOU reads like a nonfiction outtake from Thomas Pynchon's V. The tales Sanders tells, bizarre but true, are buttressed by illustrations and citations from a mammoth archive he compiled through the years.

Remembering Tuli

Paul Krassner | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Paul Krassner

My friend and counter-cultural icon Tuli Kupferberg was a dedicated truthseeker, and I'd like to honor that quality, and his memory, with a couple of truths.

For The Benefit Of Tuli Kupferberg

Michael Simmons | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Michael Simmons

For those who trot out the tired cliché of hippies morphing into stockbrokers, check out the Fugs. No sell-out here.

National Poetry Month: Breeding Hyperlinks Out of the Dead Land

Travis Nichols | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Travis Nichols

It's National Poetry Month, so media outlets all across the country are shining a spotlight on the art form they normally ignore, mangle, or treat with derision. Hooray!

This Thanksgiving, Let's Not Keep Fighting the Trojan War

Travis Nichols | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Travis Nichols

In Mary Rowlandson's hugely popular captivity narrative from 1676, she describes her colony's struggles with the natives and how, when such a struggle was won, the town leaders held days of public thanksgiving.