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Shorter Poems

Gerald Burns is a leading practitioner of the long-lined, thickly textured verse. “These / long lines are long life to us, go back to Kenneth Irby’s ‘A Set’ I saw first in / a flyer from Lawrence, KS where Burroughs chats with Cage whose spitbubbles /… Read on! →

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Shorter Poems

Gerald Burns is a leading practitioner of the long-lined, thickly textured verse. “These / long lines are long life to us, go back to Kenneth Irby’s ‘A Set’ I saw first in / a flyer from Lawrence, KS where Burroughs chats with Cage whose spitbubbles /… Read on! →

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Vol. III, #2 Jack Kerouac / Robert Pinget

William S. Burroughs, “Kerouac” William Crawford Woods, “‘A New Field': A Note on The Dharma Bums“ Arthur Winfield Knight, “Searching for Jack Kerouac” Ronna Johnson, “Doctor Sax: the Origins of Vision in the Duluoz Legend” Larry Kart, “Jack Kerouac’s ‘Jazz Read on! →