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Beat poet, publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti dies at 101
"Beach poet publisher and bookseller Lawrence Ferlinghetti has died of lung disease at his home in San Francisco according to his son Ferlinghetti was one hundred one I marches are a letter with a look at his career there are not a lot of famous modern poets but Lawrence Ferlinghetti was one of them he sold thousands of copies of his collection a Coney Island of the mind in the nineteen fifties but he was more than a poet his city lines bookstore in San Francisco was central to the beach movement books by Jack Carroll whack and William S. Burroughs and most famously Allen Ginsberg's poem howl were published through city lights filling Getty performed a poem called loud prayer that was featured in the documentary the last waltz
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Right now it was closed and I'm closer renovations in twenty eleven to just recently re open it did a real happens residents roll up set they were working on this thing for you hang it away on yeah yeah yeah but no it has re opened you know it's funny I always meant to go to the Chelsea hotel I mean I've been by it a million times but I've never been in there it's a place that you should go to have a drink or some well if someone invited you to and bought you a drink you would go maybe that's a vicious well not anymore you know he's actually never stood trial now the murder of his girlfriend of yours he died of a heroin from the Sex Pistols I that play did you ever see loom you must have seen the movie sid and Nancy that's a really good movie right that's about sid vicious and the murder yeah it's a very fine with you know is in that movie line now on a death in the movie and Allen Ginsberg now getting I can't believe it no Allen Ginsberg is yeah all of them I'm going to look at the poem howl howl by Allen Ginsberg very famous poem is a great poem how do you not know that problem I don't know that kallus literary challenged by you it was the best friend of what other famous American writer hello lan I'm sorry what was the question Allen Ginsberg Skelos friend was another famous American writer who was also at the Chelsea hotel he wrote something called on the road Jack Europe very good what does face was just blue is the control board absolutely stunned so you weren't doing sports your whole life well most some of its other stuff seep then by all right when we get back CNN contributor rob Astorino joins us with his thoughts on impeachment and the demise of Kamel Harris but now let's get the news at seven o'clock new York's most entertaining live and local talk show for your ride W. O. R. tonight with Joe concha six till nine weeknights on seventeen W. I heart radio station thirty four degrees at seven o'clock good morning Joel Bartlett the house Judiciary Committee holds its first hearing on the possible impeachment of president trump today this after the intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff issued a report accusing the president of abuse of power this is about our democracy this is about our national security this is about where the American people have a right to expect that the president I states is going to act in their interests with their security in mind and not for some illicit personal or political reason for his witnesses for the Judiciary Committee today will be lost collar it seems to me that impeachment unlike other parts of the constitution where you could really use the help of constitutional law scholars yeah that's something that frankly the voters make up in their own mind the public makes it makes their mind up about it but that is what we are going to hear from these witnesses their own version pro and con as to whether what the president has done is impeachable correspond Terry Moran more coming up with lumberman Michael Riegel part of the big three today for guarded records have been suspended accused of watching as a teenaged inmate tried to hang himself eighteen year old survived but was placed in a medically induced coma this incident took place here at the jail last week the inmate used a piece of clothing to try to hang himself the guards are accused.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Claims here including that women commonly can have several hundred orgasms during sex on L._S._D.. So that doesn't seem to be true now again fair enough. We haven't done that much research on it but I'm pretty sure that's not true <hes> some other stuff. He said he talks more about that L._S._D.. Ceasefire basically saying the things that the two generations that are battling over L._S._D.. Right now need to just like cool off for a little while so they can get to the point where they can start looking at it. Analytically he also says like some frankly really misogynistic stuff here not just about women and sex but he says every woman has built into her cells and tissues the longing for a hero sage mythic mail to open up and share her own divinity affinity but casual sexual encounters do not satisfy this deep longing <hes> so he's just he's really making these like huge mythic pronouncements <hes> in just I think in poor taste maybe in sixty six it was taken as being sort of a little bit more eccentric and interesting yeah. This is certainly to modern readers. This does sound like the ego consuming the personality now this is this next quote is really one of the worst ones <hes> he's asked about homosexuality and he says the fact act is that L._S._d.. Is a specific cure for homosexuality. It's well known that most sexual perversions of the result not of biological binds but of freaky dislocating childhood experiences of one kind or another consequently currently. It's not surprising that we've had many cases of long-term homosexuals who under L._S._D.. Discover that they are not only genitally BA- genetically male. I don't even know what he's saying <hes> that they are basically attracted the females. The most famous in public of such cases is that of Allen Ginsberg who has openly stated that he the first time that he turned onto women was during an l._S._d.. Session several years ago. This is only one of many such cases okay so I have a lot of problems with with all this yeah but I mean one of them is that it's not like leary at didn't did not in had not had numerous friendships and professional relationships ships with <hes> with with the homosexual people including Allen Ginsberg Dr d was another one I mentioned <hes> Tuscaloosa as being kind of this <hes> <hes> the university there being this <hes> this sort of <hes> you know fortress Chris of <hes> of of liberal minds at the time in a number of different homosexual professors <hes> many of which had you know had gone to bat for four leary and helped him with the connections he needed to to navigate that portion of his life so it just seems names just completely ridiculous and <hes> in disappointing to hear him talk about I mean he saying stuff. That's like patently untrue. He has no evidence for that but that on top of all that he's throwing his friends under the bus. It's just it's strange. Change <hes> so really this is the point where a lot of people feel like he helped hasten the blackout on psychedelic research because every time he had a stunt like this or the one where he gave that talk in the Manhattan Townhall it would just I accelerate the establishments thoughts that Oh my God we absolutely have to shut this down right so the mill brook group goes onto dispend and leery becomes a psychedelic speaker. Coach coach is really the latter part of his life. What most people known for <hes> he's a public figure? He's associated with psychedelics and spiritual discovery human starts his own church called the League for spiritual discovery. He writes a bunch of books in a one segment that I read about this. Guy Named Steve Silberman described leary as a genius marketer during this time..
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on Reason Podcast
"Maybe we should start by repealing the Communications Decency Act, right? I mean, maybe if we may you liable for the stuff that you posted, maybe you'd be a little more responsible. How do you think about what you feel about that? Okay. Are you are? You really so. Are you a section to thirty hater? No, no, no. I'm I'm trying to call up point out the hypocrisy, right? They're going to say, well, we really need the government to get involved in kind of 'cause we can't regulate this stuff, right? We can't draw the line, right? We this is our business. But we can't do it right. We want you. The government who doesn't know who'd about this business to do it. Right. And so, I'd say, like, well, if you're serious about that will, maybe we should think about repealing the communications. Decency act, maybe that would be a good place to start because maybe we put the responsibility on you, you guys dock differently. But of course, there, nobody's gonna push for that. Nobody's going to push for that. So although that's, that's what crews and Pelosi talked about all the time of that section. Two thirty of the Communications Decency Act is a is a giveaway to Facebook and Twitter, etc. That's allowed them at and briefly, it gives them immunity from what users are people, what kind of information, people put on those sites, so they're not responsible for libel or criminal activity or anything like that. That's kind of the string that the government is pulling. Well, yeah, I don't I mean, I don't think I think there's that thread, I, I don't take actually could come into fruition. I must say I am disappointed that if you write a defamatory letter and Facebook publishes it. And you're right, the same defamatory letter in the United times publish. The New York Times can be salt could be liable. But Facebook can you know I that's just. You know it's just one of them. But if you wanted to make that equal equivalent it would it be that the New York Times is not responsible for defamatory letters or I, I happen to like the internet model mean it's a wild model. It, it certainly pre there's no. I mean, if somebody says the internet doesn't aid in the bed, hate speech. I'm sorry, right. I mean they're just living on another planet. It does it does this is why freedom is risky business. And if a private entity is worried about that, and it it's users are worried about it at private entity can do something about it. All right. There's certain people that I don't want in my house, period. I and I don't want in my house, because of their political views, period. I don't want them in my house, because they're bigoted, right? It's my private business is my private home, and if these companies want to do it, I'm fine with it, but when they start asking. Government to get involved that, that worries me because it may help them in the short run. But it hurts us all the long run and the, the breath of freedom that the internet is brought us for all its problems for all its problems. And it's had a number of them, including having, you know, I feel differently about having foreign entities, particularly foreign governments use these social platforms that may be a different issue. But, but by and large, I think the freedom that it's brought us has been more helpful than not again with you talk about generations here generation Li PO part of a thing. And thinking about the people vs Lawrence Furlan, geddy, Furlan Getty was born in nineteen nineteen in World War Two. I mean, it's a war hero. He lived through a lot and he's, you know, and you can kind of see people like him, and also the, you know, after living through the depression and World War Two, which was a period of. Stark privation for an extended period of time, you know, people start to get wealthier. And they're kind of, like screw it. Like I'm living my life. I'm not. I mean you can understand why they didn't want to shut up after what they had lived through. And that's certainly true of black soldiers returning from World War, Two and being treated as second-class citizens. It helped jumpstart the civil rights movement, which was going on your FEMA women's rights, etc. Generational. Now, you see consistently polls and surveys, that younger people under the age of forty by, and large don't care that much about free speech or they think the first amendment should be a balancing act between concern for people's feelings about negative speech or hate speech, or climate of kind of top tumultuous speech, and free expression. Are you worried about that? You think that the younger? I would have been worried about the Elian Sedition Act, I would have been worried about the McCarthy era. I would boot I still worried about this nightmare of guy called Anthony Comstock, and on all of the terrible things at this guy did on, you'll read about them in a forthcoming book by my colleague Robert corn revere is still maybe year away. It's incredible book. So, yes, of course, these things concern me, and I think all the more reason, what are go ahead. You have what I was just gonna say. What, what are, what are one or a couple of steps, besides reading your book over the people vs Lawrence, Furlan geddy, which is under thirty dollars available in bookstores. Was very good. It's very, you know, and also the, the Lenny Bruce book, as well as mania and other things. But what, what are some of the things that we might do to kind of give the free speech culture? A work effort, first of all, first of all, first and foremost, don't be silent right tyranny feeds on silence. All right. If you see a wrong out there has to do with race speak up if you see a wrong out there that has to do with the environment, speak up if you see a wrong out to that has to do with free speech, speak up, you cannot just because people who share your political views or share your religious views or share, your cultural views. If you committed personnel, you cannot you simply cannot remain silent, but understand understand that if you speak up, it's going to have consequences. I mean there's a great line tell you tell your boss, which you think of him, and the truth will set you free, you know, and I think I remember I don't think I mean freedom begins in one's own personal space, who know when you're a church when you're with your colleagues when you're at a school when you're at work. When you're at the water cooler, what have you, you don't have to be obnoxious? You don't have to be kind of over the top of what have you wanna be dramatic? Okay. But but I think. First and foremost that starts their second -ly. Any amendments to the constitution but certainly the first amendment should be seen as a clear and president imminent danger. And you know, we should I just blog the last week, I guess about the fact that there's five of a proposed constitutional amendments, I mean, this is just incredible and by liberals, and it's just taken as a given like how many we're gonna have to have, like ten of these that are, you know. Well, I like if the current you know that one of the knocks on Trump is that he's destroying norms. And one of the ways he seems to be doing that. It's by conjuring fourth in progressives like also kinds of crackpots games, like packing the supreme court and getting rid of the electoral college. So maybe in the you know, in the future, like after a couple of interruptions of this supreme court ruling on one of those new amendments what you know, it'll come down. It'll be like a seventy five. Well, I, I don't know. And but you know, I mean getting back to your to your question we can also support groups. We can see at work libertarian groups, if, if liberal groups are involved in counters counter speech, more power to them if they're involved in shutting down speech, you know, the same thing if you're conservative. I'm sorry. Okay. I get you. I you know, you wanna go with citizens United, I'm fine. I'm fine with that. Okay. But if you conserve senior, listen to hear this, there is more to the first amendment, God damnit than citizens, United, right? I mean just like you know, I mean, I can't tell you how many conservative places I've been asked to go to speak, and all they want to talk about, is, you know. Is citizens United. I said, well, you know, how 'bout and then how awful Hollywood cry. Yeah. And so we do something, you know. So it's, it's, you know, you're not just a great free speech hero, because you're championing causes you happen to believe in right? I mean you really what's really impressive is when you champion principle for caused that you don't believe in. That's what takes guts. And so I, I think there's enough blame to go around, but this always been that way with the first amendment is not gonna change by the way a shoutout to Floyd Abrams. I mean this man is held true to principal. There's no doubt Floyd's liberal Floyd. If you're listening, I got this wrong, I'll retract it whatever. But I don't think I got a wrong, but, you know, he's really kind of stood up. And I think he's he is a man that deserves our respect. I mean, this is really an he's been getting a lot of blowback from the liberal community. I think it's unfortunate. But and he is he is like NAT hand off a free speech absolutists to the extent that anyone can do. Yeah. Daybreak. I mean, defending defending a lot of groups are a lot of speech that is contrary to what his kind of natural constituents. Absolutely. Absolutely. And we need more Floyd Abrams, who know in this world. I mean, I think in many respects, I was delighted that he blurb d-. We were David and I were delighted that he believed this book. You know, he's getting up there with Lawrence Brown. Kenny, I think he's still got twenty twenty years to go. But and, you know, I think we all have to have that kind of Walt Whitman if you will libertarian streak in us, we have to kind of, you know, from time to time realize the importance of a leading that individual fly his own flag, even if it's not our flag and saying, you know, we support it because this is what it means to be an American and for me, I think you to what now we need to start supporting the right to burn our own freak flyers kit. Not just not just fly them, but burn as long as they're all right. I get permission from somebody right at as long as you're not enough dry forest that. Final question about the book is dedicated I noted this and it's at spot touching and enigmatic, so I wanted to ask you about it. You dedicate the book, even David Scott dedicate, the people, the Lawrence, Furlan Getty to, to, to Susan Abby Cohen, who's pragmatic and loving ways I tolerated and encouraged are poetic passions. Can you elucidate that a little bit while you've just touched my heart? So let me let me catch my breath. It's dedicated to a my wife and I'll certainly speak for myself. Maybe it's less true for David. But I'll let him you know, take exception if he wants, but kind of dramatic person, you know, my wife's isn't very pragmatic feet on the ground kind of person spent her life, working on reproductive rights, and what have you. I think it's fair to say that there's a lot more of the poetic in David scored myself than there is in Susan, she's much more pragmatic and what have you. But, you know, reason we wrote the dedication, the reason we wrote it the way it is, is that for all our Michigan us for all our crazy passionate ways for all the things that we wanted to do that failed and just never went anywhere. And just remained on the cutting room floor. She not only put up with it, but she supported it. And we just thought you know, this is important to dedicate the book on to Subbiah Susan Abby Cohen, a woman who, that's who is just a made my life, as you know, the poetic side of my life, and the free speech mind made it possible. And so just seemed to us that it was fitting that this book, be dedicated to somebody who was a pragmatist, but who supported the. The poetic spirit. And so thank you very much for ask. Well, that's, that's a beautiful note to end on. We've been talking with or I've been talking with Ronald k l Collins a first amendment lawyer, who blogs, wet, where's the best place to find your work round? Oh, yeah. Just go to first amendment news. It's on the fire website or even just type in first amendment news. By the way, I retired from university Washington as a little in December, and my next book, give me about a year year and a half. I'm doing it alone. It's on Justice Oliver. Wendell Holmes and the civil war. Stay awhile. So he is. We've been talked with Ron Collins, he's the author co author most recently with David m SCO ver of the people vs Lawrence Furlan Getty, the fight to publish Allen, Ginsberg's howl, we're going to leave it there. Thanks so much for talking. Ron. Thanks so much for having me. It was a real delight for reason. I'm nNcholas be this has been the reason podcast. Please subscribe to us at bugle at apple at Spotify. It sound clad at reason. And if you like what you hear please leave us, notes and reviews and let us know how we're doing. Thanks for listening..
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"But in the bane of Allen Ginsberg William Carlos Williams All right that works imagine that Ginsburg meets. William Carlos Williams let's go get some get your snaps in get your fresh, snaps I can't say, a word of, it though it would have to be so heavily censored Thank you for, not doing that can't wait. To share. It with. You when we're off air though say. Let's go ahead and get a quickfire of, data's quick five over. At Esquire people at NBC new Matt Lauer. Was a big giant pervy McPherson for years Esquire published a big. Oh piece on Matt Perv. Lower scandal they said yeah they. Knew that he was a big old. Giant pervert and had inappropriate, sexual, behaviors for years I like people were like these are the same NBC executives. Were just they were so. Shocked at that friars clever us remember good night Let's, see who there's an invasive new, tick investing, investing, invasive new tick spreading in the United States. For the first time. In fifty years new species has arrived one that in its Asian homecare. Range carries fearsome diseases it's the. Asian, Longhorn tick burn all the things it's pretty much in everywhere no it's in Pennsylvania, and they've been cited an Arkansas North Carolina Virginia and West Virginia feeding on lots of, stuff they do bite humans, it's not. Clear how, often, this is why everything needs to be burned eastern Ellis says everyone feels muzzled now Bret Easton. Ellis talks to Rolling Stone, and says that dark that that he says there's a sense of cultural relevance than. Any blames Trump because moron And lastly there's the woman that's, dating a ghost I'll tell you about that later stay with.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Culture wars tomorrow about obama and the culture wars on thursday with donna brazile today how much did george w bush contribute to the culture wars before the election of obama in two thousand eight my guest for today is longtime bush supporter and someone who you might say has two generations of culture wars experience john paradores is a staple of the conservative press a new york post columnist weekly standard contributor and editor of commentary magazine some of you know that his father norman patriots was also editor of commentary from nineteen sixty to nineteen ninetyfive and norman was a major culture wars figure in his heyday he was one of the original socalled neo conservatives that is people who used to consider themselves liberal but then got disillusioned with the left in fact let's replay before we bring on john part of a clip that we had last week in this series of norman paradorn talking on c span in one thousand nine hundred nine about his book whose title says a lot ex friends falling out with allen ginsberg lionel diana trilling lillian hellman hannah arendt and norman mailer i was hated much more than people who were then to the ride in me say like bill buckley since he had always been an enemy i was i was a new enemy and i regarded my all my old friends as a continuing threat to what much of what i now believed in hell deer and so it was kind of non negotiable difference and not just of opinion about small matters or particularities but if a whole sense of life a whole sense of the world you know but mainly focused on the nature and character of.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Is there were rebels were fighting back against the system that is exactly right and people should never forget that jack kerouac was a conservative who died in florida and his mother's house who hated allen ginsberg at the end because he said it was a communist and a pervert who tried to seduce them when he was young he was very conservative at the end he liked the nixon yeah yeah absolutely and i i know he used to write lovingly of ginsburg you call them karl marx in his book but you know karl marx mr ginsburg he was he was a subversive you know and a lot of the was an avowed he was a a allen ginsberg i found out years later it was a lifetime communist and member of nambla the north american man boy love association he was a child molester and and when when when care wax found that out he had nothing more to do with them you know for him so seriously out of which town i was in a small pennsylvania town yeah coal miners miner's son all right james thanks for being a millennial former liberal loves the show and kiro works on the road now we're gonna take a break and you'll see how desperate they are on fox news.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Know allen ginsberg great american poet and ginsburg went to china and met i ways father's opponent himself and so i find that really course know allen ginsberg was course such a great free spirit himself and a man of the world and in so many ways i always carrying on that sort of that legacy not just of dissonance in china who whose lives are on the line literally because they dare to defy the government by doing something as basic as you pointed out is putting printing the names of people who were killed in an earthquake but just you know free free expression artists here in america like allen ginsberg so i just find that fascinating that he has that connection to sort of a beatnik culture and there are photos of him in williamsburg in nineteen eightythree and some of his photos of the riots in tompkins square park were then published by i think the associated press so he started documenting not only his own life but political dissidents even in america at that early age and since then has basically been documenting his experiences since then it's interesting had he stayed in america he could have stayed in america he would have a relatively easier life he would have been a very successful photographer artist in new york city living in the village for all i know he owns property there still and prospering in a country where there is a little more tolerance well i would say a lot more tolerance for free expression than there is in china anyway although colin kaepernick i was just talking earlier the football player may disagree with me on that one but he he could have had that relatively easy life but he chose to go back to china and that's when he got into trouble with authorities well yes he.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A change of world hall the women's movement changed poetry and how women poets worked together to change the culture i'm meryl streep the national book awards ceremony new york city nineteen seventy four by all accounts it was a weird event that year thomas pension didn't show up to collect his prize for best novel he sent a comedian instead at one point in the ceremony a naked man streak through the hall shouting read books read books the award for poetry that year went to not one but two poets allen ginsberg and adron rich oh it's going to address enrich for this very radical book diving into the wreck amazing amazing honor more remembers when the award was announced it has an iconic league feminist poem or of a poem that restates the cultural context for poetry and this is called diving into the wreck i having read the book of myths and loaded the camera and check the edge of the knife blade i put on the body armor of black rubber the absurd flippers the grave an awkward mass diving into the wreck was the title poem of riches winning book speaker is a female deep sea diver exploring a sunken ship it uses a sustained metaphor diving into the wreck alicia oestreicher the wreck can be history it can be our society it can be literature here it can be what has happened to all women all through time i came to explore the wreck the words purposes the words a maps i came to see the damage that was done and the treasures that prevail this poem is a kind of battle cry but it's a communal battle cry a book of myths in which our names do not appear for the national book awards ceremony adron rich had made a plan with two of her fellow nominees alice walker and audrey lord if any of them one she would accept the award on behalf of the others the ceremony wasn't recorded but this is how adron rich began her acceptance speech as read by her fellow poet sonia sanchez we audrey lowered audrain rich and alice walker together accept this award in the name.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To a change of world how the women's movement changed poetry and how women poets work together to change the culture i'm meryl streep the national book awards ceremony new york city nineteen seventy four by all accounts it was a weird event that year thomas pension didn't show up to collect his prize for best novel he sent a comedian instead at one point in the ceremony a naked man streaked through the hall shouting read books read books the award for poetry that year went to not one but two poets allen ginsberg and address enrich oh it's going to address enrich for this very radical book diving into the wreck amazing amazing honor more remembers when the award was announced it has an iconic league feminist poem or of a poem that restates the cultural context for poetry and this is called diving into the wreck i having read the book of myths and loaded the camera and checked the edge of the knife blade i put on the body armor of black rubber the absurd flippers the grave and awkward mass diving into the wreck was the title poem of riches winning book speaker is a female deep sea diver exploring a sunken ship it uses a sustained metaphor diving into the wreck alicia oestreicher the wreck can be history it can be our society it can be literature it can be what has happened to all women all through time i came to explore the wreck the words a purposes the words a maps i came to see the damage that was done and the treasures the prevail this poem is a kind of battle cry but it's a communal battle cry a book of myths in which our names do not appear for the national book awards ceremony adron rich have made a plan with two of her fellow nominees alice walker and audrey lord if any of them one she would accept the award on behalf of the others the ceremony wasn't recorded but this is how adrienne rich began her acceptance speech as read by her fellow poet sonia sanchez we audrey lord audrey enrich and alice walker together accept this award in the name.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The convention turmoil from sexual harassment allegations at the state capital were so far only democrats have been accused of sexual misconduct for the california report i'm scott schaefer we'll stay with politics statewide democratic officeholders did a collective wa after president trump suggestion that he might pull immigration agents out of california in retaliation for becoming a socalled sanctuary state kqed's take he hendricks reports us senator dianne feinstein called the president's remarks meanspirited and false state attorney general heavier of a sarah said california works daily with federal law enforcement to go after serious criminals but that the state is not in the business of deportation and advocates in los angeles said trump is obsessed with criminalising immigrants ice officials in california you knew nothing about any plan to withdraw agents and doing so would reverse their current policy of increasing enforcement and sanctuary communities for the california report i'm tychy hendricks loyd my generation destroyed by madeleine starving hysterical naked dragging himself the negro streets at dawn looking for an angry fix allen ginsberg reciting his epic poem how 1950 nine this work chalked a win for free speech when the california superior court judge ruled in favor of the violent sexually charged home in a highly publicized obscenity trial while today sees the release of ginsburg reciting the poem in a fancy vinyl bach said and if we're talking fancy we're hearing from kqeds chloe veldman for years poets tonight i am nasa frederick avoided howell people like allen ginsberg coetzee like i i just stayed away from their to block to read and everyone else rhythm but the 24yearold california native finds the work arresting right now after the recent school sheeting in.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For one of our listeners the voice of anyone they like on their voice mail deal who is dr us back playing for taylor chan of boise idaho okay ready to do this i am ready all right first question famous barfly jack kerouac once when it a bender with some big consequences what a what is believed to be the first drunk dial in history he called allen ginsberg and they talked for fourteen hours straight be he got so drinking enlisted in the army navy marines and the coast guard on the same day or c he drove off the road i have this vague recollection of a lie like did a drunk donnellan called allen ginsberg taught at fourteen hours noriega was actually the second one hume listed in every branch of the armed i guess you can decide so why not all he actually showed up for coast guard duty there is no record of him actually showing up for any others all right and still from our chances here the most famous barflies of the modern era are the fictional ones in the tv show cheers that run on nbc for eleven years huge hit how did the cast and crew celebrate the airing of the shows final episode a they aired a real live alcoholics anonymous meeting immediately after the show to make a man must be they got really drunken than they all appeared live in the tonight show or see they had a screening of cash for the cast and crew of the final episode of mama's family which they said they preferred to their own show um i'll go with the your what they all got really drive at a party at the bar in boston been inspired the locale and then they all went on the tonight show and apparently behaves terribly all right you're doing very well here this is your last question get this right you win for your listener one of the most famous literary barflies was of course ernest hemingway in fact he loved one bar he frequent any key west so much he did what a set of a bedroom and the.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The united states getting together despite hillary trying to cause a war between russia and the united states now i i wrote this i used to call the citizens these proud americans the eddie's of the world is just the name a common christian name but the name eddie embodies that which is the best in us the eddie's who fought in world war two the eddie's had put down their soares and cease to be cooperatives or electric engines or farmers and wet and forth the nazi wilbur mention the superman socalled an every man who defeated that superman will never forget it it was their grandfathers who defeated the superman it was the grandfather of eddie it was the every man of america who defeated superman and then when eddie came home from winning world war two he built the united states and th the greatest country on earth in the 1950s the greatest nation in the history of the world and then along came the un plagues the shyster william kunstler the degenerate allen ginsberg the drug pusher timothy leary bella abzug who had our own special brand the feminists supremacy they were the militant black panthers whom even martin luther king junior couldn't stand and this group of evildoers these left wing drug peddlers and social pedals destroyed the will of america they twisted the entire american mind some people think the twisting started with the beaten next goal man go with the bongo drums in the beards and the sandals it didn't they were basically harmless reading poetry and coffee houses and on street corners even as a kid i didn't pay much attention to the beaten ex but they were right about one thing it went man went those days are over goodbye beat nixon socialists in the generates now we have to pick up the pieces because eddie is still here had he had children never forget it and not olivetti's boys became girls not all of eddie's boys went to harvard not all of eddie's boys went to nyu not all of eddie's girls went to colombia eddie's boys and girls are still in america and they still have american values those people those blue collar families are still the majority they're still the backbone of this nation they didn't vote in the last presidential election i'm talking about barry obama and mittens romney because they didn't speak to them but i predicted something i said.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on KKAT
"It was the every man of america who defeated superman and then when eddie came home from winning world war two he built the united states and th the greatest country on earth in the 1950s the greatest nation in the history of the world and then along came the human plagues the shyster william kunstler the degenerate allen ginsberg the drug pusher timothy leary bella abzug who had our own special brand the feminist supremacy there with the militant black panthers whom even martin luther king junior couldn't stand and this group of evildoers these left wing drug peddlers and social pedals destroyed the will of america they twisted the entire american mind some people think the twisting started with the beat knicks goal man go with the bongo drums in the beards and the sandals it didn't they were basically harmless reading poetry and coffee houses and on street corners even as a kid i didn't pay much attention to the beaten ex but they were right about one thing get went man went those days are over goodbye beat nixon socialists in the generates now we have to pick up the pieces because eddie is still here yeti had children never forget it and not olivetti's boys became girls not all of eddie's boys went to harvard not all of eddie's boys went to nyu not all of eddie's girls went to colombia eddie's boys and girls are still in america and they still have american values those people those blue collar families are still.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Also into streams stank of fire devoid breathe hard on my heart turning its malaysians to ice shattering them was reborn then free to sprawl design on this morally blank world was roar shack does that answer your questions gone that was in the 80s the seven bans what would the vietnam war watergate a listless economy rampant crime in streets steeped in the sour fund left by these spoiled ardour of the '60s with a crime decade for nihilism and peng whether it's medium iggy pop sid vicious johnny rotten richard hell and avoid noise sure even woo hoo now that was a far cry from the ecstatic nihilism of the late '50s and early 60s which was a rebuke to the stifling conformity of the eisenhower era and the finger flung it the likely prospector who nuclear annihilation and 1915 allen ginsberg said that america was having a nervous breakdown inciting exaltation despair prophecy dream suicide in public gaiety among the pope he published hell in 1950 seats visions owens hallucinations miracles x disease gone down the american river reims admiration looming nations religions the hall volvo sensitive bush moving further back into the post war era existentialist which is pretty much existential nihilism lowers the word was coined in france but the idea begins with early nineteenth century philosopher soeren kirkegaard who argued that each individual is responsible for giving his or her life meaning the french variant was advanced by john paul sought dressing simbone djapo why and albert camus amid the disgrace of the intellectual establishment the climate of cynicism and despair also gave rise to the theatre of the absurd sarcho wasn't in absurdist but he did write fiction like nausea here we all are all of us eating and drinking to preserve our precious existence and there's nothing nothing absolutely no reason for existing for me the nihilist amendments non morale was the one that sprang to life in zurich nightclub called happy voltaire after the first world war which makes sense because unmatched enormity and pointlessness of war nihilism thrived in every sphere and spawned a kind of performance art philosophy called dada one of its founders trust siro recommended putting up a newspaper article into words and phrases throwing them into a bag in an randomly reassembling them into poetry he said data did not signify in art but it discussed with the.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"It's it's scary at that people are just completely denying it and turning their backs on it and out of that just you know i just want to how it so i can you know i felt the ginsburg how and i just wanted to how and i guess it's my how what is the ginsburg hell allen ginsberg saw the poem how got at our at never a lowering my lack of imagination that when you treat oncegreat all right i mean but it's basically you know it was a cry from the '60s you know of like what of for his generation or at least that's the way i took it how would you like people to go into the movie and who should go see them out now the obvious commercial answer might be everyone well i think look i think it be gotta know you're going into a roller coaster ride and it's like you know when you get to the museum parking you see that looptheloop and you're like no free can way you should pick up you should be ready for it i mean i and in no matter how much i prep you and tim could tell you it goes there so right now in its it's intense and it's eerie oda so if you want an intense different ride if you're you know want to see something different at the at the cinema please come on down i i think i think it's a that's what we try to do is make make a very unique rollercoaster accept you know it may go off the tracks and into the concrete wall but i can't really be i i want to be responsible for that but that's what happens but i i mean i i just want it i think it works on a lotta levels.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review
"Compiles his notes as a teacher about the beach operation so it's it's kind of allen ginsberg looks at his peers and there's also joy graham are there new voices as well two of my favorite reviews in this issue on partly because they're so enthusiastic and end so smart about the about the books that on they're covering are both debut books by young poets from small presses one of them is is quite a big small press grey wolf that's a collection called whereas by a poet named lali long soldier she is a member of the oglala suit tribe and it is through viewed by natalie diaz who is a native american poet herself whereas looks at america's history of the treatment of native americans and it it is centred on a congressional statement of apology to native tribes m four our treatment of them but it it kind of spins in the direction of how the bureaucracy uses language to insulate itself against actual consequences and so it's a collection summons very angry some injury play a full and end of reclaiming englishlanguage for everyone in america i am not just for kind of the the system structurally and then the the other one is from a tiny press called delete press the name of the book is giving god head on god had all one word there it's by a young poet name dillon krieger again word playing the title there it's obviously very risque uh it's a book that grapples very much with sex and sex as trauma am that there's this kind of running theme throughout um that suggests that krieger was abused as a child she doesn't right directly about that abuse but she writes about sex as trauma on throughout but it's also trying to celebrate sachs and it it's sex and religion so he that's why you get the god head playing there and so she's.
"allen ginsberg" Discussed on Radio Motherboard
"The for up for a parrot the idea of your you know fourteen year old or fifteeneuro yelling to a grateful dead shows like your worst nightmare now it's like the best thing that could possibly happen that's that says that the cultures terrifying you know what i mean like i would so much rather my kids we had a dead showed than any number of things the grateful dead was up was is like a cultural lifeline so it's like you come in for the hedonism and the party then you get turned onto like the mary pranksters that leads you to jack heroic and allen ginsberg allen ginsberg leads you to walt whitman on the one hand and alan watts on the other hand then suddenly earned buddhism taoism you know and it just you go from there right so there are a lot of big ideas and the kind of the low hanging fruit is this hedonistic party which you know everybody likes that you know so you come in and they realize there's bigger ideas at work this is probably a good opportunity to talk about one of the really key episodes in the film you know what you're talking about this idea of living in the moment this is episode in the film where the grateful dead had just played the watts acid test and i guess the date if i have my dead base credit going was february nineteen sixty six and of course the acid test were these weird parties that the mary ken keys either mary pranksters through where like everyone came in got does and sometimes they played the band played music summed up the didn't sometimes just a slight wild freak out and apparently that night.