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Posts Tagged ‘William S. Burroughs’

It’s Keith Haring’s Visual Language Man, at BOMB August 4, 2014: Check it out! Hit the turf at BOMB Magazine for an in-depth interview with Andrew Blackley, Johanna Burton, and Scott Treleaven concerning Keith Haring’s affiliation with Brion Gysin, William [...] by

Burroughs: The Movie Needs Your Help! December 4, 2012: Over the weekend the Huffington Post reported on Aaron Brookner’s efforts to bring his uncle’s film, Burroughs: The Movie, back into print. A little background: In 1989, Howard Brookner [...] by

Author/Musician Collaborations June 20, 2012: The folks at Flavorwire have compiled this list of “All-Time Coolest Author/Musician Collaborations” and among the list are Mary Karr and Rodney Crowell (which we recently covered here), [...] by

Burroughs and Ginsberg at the sweat lodge May 3, 2012: Jacket Copy has tipped us off to this long interview at Sensitive Skin (art, literature and music by and for neer-do-wells, black sheep, blackguards, scoundrels, scalliwags and wastrels) with William [...] by

“Poets and Music” at KEXP January 31, 2011: KEXP is rolling out a 10-part documentary series covering the relationship between “Poets and Music,” particularly when they enter into the recording process together. The first three are [...] by

New docs feature a poetic journalist and a grunge poet laureate December 13, 2010: GreenCine highlights two new writer/performer documentaries in a rather unfortunately titled but still worth reading post, Dead Poets Society. Spalding Gray was of course known for a great deal more [...] by