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By George Rodosthenous Ronald Nameth Michael Anderson Bill Nelson Michael Spencer Allen Ginsberg Simon Warner David Meltzer | Comments: ( 254 ) | Date: ( Mar 29, 2020 )

On October 7th, 1955, a little known poet called Allen Ginsberg premiered a new long poem in the Six Gallery in San Francisco Howl , penned in the shadow of the Cold War, would cause a sensation among the crowd that gathered that evening It would not be long before the poem s impact spread far beyond the confines of the Bay Area literary scene to a national and internatOn October 7th, 1955, a little known poet called Allen Ginsberg premiered a new long poem in the Six Gallery in San Francisco Howl , penned in the shadow of the Cold War, would cause a sensation among the crowd that gathered that evening It would not be long before the poem s impact spread far beyond the confines of the Bay Area literary scene to a national and international readership Within a year, Howl would be published by famed independent publisher City Lights In the decades that followed, the piece would become possibly the most influential poem in American culture, certainly the most widely read.Ginsberg s masterpiece is a cornerstone of the dynamic and radical literature produced by the so called Beat Generation and its resonance is still felt today In Howl for Now, academics, commentators and practitioners reflect on the power of Howl , half a century on from Ginsberg s historic first reading, through a series of essays and interviews Poet David Meltzer reflects on the San Francisco scene in the mid 1950s, Ginsberg collaborator Steven Taylor offers a personal memoir, film director Ronald Nameth and rock composer Bill Nelson contemplate a documentary version of Howl , and members of the University of Leeds, in the UK, consider the political, cultural and aesthetic place of the poem as both a social document and a point of contemporary inspiration.


  • Title: Howl for Now: A Celebration of Allen Ginsberg's Epic Protest Poem
  • Author: George Rodosthenous Ronald Nameth Michael Anderson Bill Nelson Michael Spencer Allen Ginsberg Simon Warner David Meltzer
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  • Page: 460
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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