Robert Duncan in San Francisco por Michael Rumaker

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Robert Duncan in San Francisco Michael Rumaker

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Michael Rumaker

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An amazing portrait of gay and lesbian life in San Francisco in the 50s, set at the time of the “Howl” trial. One scene in the book is set there. Fans of the Beat Generation will be very interested in this book, for sure.We’re in a moment of the revival of interest in Duncan. University of California Press plans to bring out a big biography of Duncan in the spring (authored by Lisa Jarnot, who has agreed to blurb our book), plus two volumes of collected poems in the two seasons to follow. The reappearance of this memoir can take advantage of the renewed attention devoted to Duncan during this period.We are sending a press release about reissuing Grey Fox titles that will explain the history and legacy of Don Allen. This reissue will include correspondence, interview, and commentary from Ammiel Alcalay. The correspondence was located as part of CUNY’s “lost and found” project and their press release for the series will undoubtedly mention this new edition.

Acerca de Michael Rumaker

Michael Rumaker is an American author (born March 5, 1932 in Philadelphia, PA), to Michael Joseph and Winifred Marvel Rumaker. He is a graduate of Black Mountain College (1955) and Columbia University (1970). Most of Rumaker’s fiction concerns his life as a gay man. His first book, The Butterfly, is a fictionalized memoir of his brief affair with a young Yoko Ono, published before Ono became famous. His short stories, Gringos and Other Stories, appeared in 1967. A revised and expanded version appeared in 1991. He began to write directly about his life as a gay man in the volumes A Day and a Night at the Baths (1979) and MY FIRST SATYRNALIA (1981). The novel Pagan Days (1991) is told from the perspective of an eight-year old boy struggling to understand his gay self. Black Mountain Days, a memoir of his time at Black Mountain College, has a strong autobiographical element In addition, there are portraits of many students, faculty, and visitors (especially the poets Robert Creeley and Charles Olson) during its last years, 1952-1956.

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City Lights Publishers 2013
ISBN: 9780872865969
Idioma: Español
Formatos: pdf epub kindle mobi

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