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by Victor Bockris
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Babylon NYC : From Beat to Punk. By (author) Victor Bockris.
The poet laureate of the New York underground scene chronicles three decades of electrifying artistic expression Once. Remove from Wishlist. Or, get it for 8000 Kobo Super Points! See if you have enough points for this item.
New York’s Underground Culture from the Beat Generation to the Punk Explosion. For Peter Orlovsky and Lydia Lunch. and, in particular, the third mind. I was running an underground poetry press called Telegraph Books in collaboration with another punk poet, Andrew Wylie, and the king of minimalism, Aram Saroyan, who had made a big splash in 1968 when Random House published his self-titled collection. It was so minimal that the entire book was read on the six o’clock news in one and a half minutes.
Personal encounters with one of the most influential and iconic figures of the Beat Generation During the 1970s, William Burroughs, author of Junky and Naked Lunch, lived in a loft on the Bowery in New York City's Lower East Side. In these moments, Bockris captures Burroughs's desires, anxieties, and thoughts on writing, photography, punk rock, and more.
Victor (Vic) Bockris was born in the raunchy seaside town of Brighton on the south coast of England. Brought up on both sides of he the Atlantic, he spent the first half of the 1960s in British boarding schools and the second half in Philadelphia. Currently he has eleven books published around the world. I love my life, my career, I only wish I had collaborated more and that I was still involved with a circle of collaborators. The Third Mind is a far more interesting tool with which to write than the singular mind. Plus I don't like spending so much time alone.
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Essays & Correspondence
Publisher: Music Sales+ Corporation; First edition (April 6, 1998)
Pages: 352 pages