Friday’s Weekly Round-Up – 363

An Allen Ginsberg Symposium coming up next week at the Poetry Project. Three days of events next Thursday through Saturday. Full details of the programming can be found here. Highlights include, “Allen Ginsberg: An International Poetry, Its Genius & Particles”, a keynote talk by Alice Notley, workshops with Anne Waldman and Ed Sanders, an opening-night (Thursday-night) reading with Anselm BerriganRin JohnsonPatricia Spears JonesSharon MesmerLara Mimosa MontesTrace Peterson, and sam sax, and much more.

 

Allen Ginsberg’s Iron Curtain Journals (announced here a couple of weeks back), … Read More

Friday’s Weekly Round-Up – 136

[Allen Ginsberg’s old shoes (a pair of sneakers made in then-communist Czechoslovakia) and a letter from Lawrence Ferlinghetti – part of the Allen Ginsberg Archives at Stanford University]

An interesting review/profile/spotlight, coming off Bill Morgan’s recent talk at Stanford, the home of Allen’s Archive  – and an enthused response (to that curious thing – the poetry archive) lead off the Friday Round-Up this week.  and we mentioned already Peter Orlovsky’s archives, right? Pat Nolan’s “The Quantum of Kerouac” in the current Poetry Flash is definitely worth a read. 

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