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The outlaw bible of American essays

Author: Alan Kaufman
Publisher: New York : Thunder's Mouth Press, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From a steel box to a wicked young girl by Iceberg Slim (Robert Beck)-- why I continue to write by Hubert Selby Jr.-- Culture and struggle by Jack Hirschman-- Catastrophe of success by Tennesse Williams-- Everyday barf by Eileen Myles-- Notes Written on Finally recording howl by Allen Ginsberg-- Wall street: the story of what happened to our intimacy by Timothy "Speed" Levitch-- Letter home by Barney Rosset--  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Kaufman
ISBN: 9781560259350 1560259353
OCLC Number: 74175340
Description: 343 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: From a steel box to a wicked young girl / Iceberg Slim (Robert Beck) --
Why I continue to write / Hubert Selby Jr. --
Culture and struggle / Jack Hirschman --
The catastrophe of success / Tennessee Williams --
Everyday barf / Eileen Myles --
Notes written on finally recording Howl / Allen Ginsberg --
Wall Street : the story of what happened to our intimacy / Timothy "Speed" Levitch --
Letter home / Barney Rosset --
A Hollywood-style tough : the 1950s and the fabrication of the teenager / James Sullivan --
Up against the wall! / Dotson Rader --
From dead meat / Sue Coe --
The parts left out of the Kennedy book / Paul Krassner --
Mind war / William S. Burroughs --
The courage to kill : meeting the Panthers / Eldridge Cleaver --
Kick out the jams, motherfucker! / John Sinclair --
Portrait of a young man trying to eat the sun / Mike Golden --
Liner notes for the Jefferson Airplane's 2400 Fulton Street / Ben Fong-Torres --
from America : a prophecy / Sparrow --
from Unrepentant whore / Scarlot Harlot --
Obscenity / Kurt Vonnegut --
Hellfire Club / Annie Sprinkle --
For the love of women / Ray Charles and David Ritz --
Rape scenes / Susie Bright --
Transmissions from Camp Trans / Michelle Tea --
Sexsville : outtakes / David Meltzer --
Sisters, saints, and sibyls : women and the Beat / Brenda Knight --
Modern primitives / V. Vale and Andrea Juno --
From Peops : stories and portraits of people / Fly --
Meeting Mose T / Erik La Prade --
"Paul Simon" from Noise of the world / Hank Bordowitz --
"Miriam Makeba" from Noise of the world / Hank Bordowitz --
Love as the practice of freedom / bell hooks.
Responsibility: edited by Alan Kaufman.
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From a steel box to a wicked young girl by Iceberg Slim (Robert Beck)-- why I continue to write by Hubert Selby Jr.-- Culture and struggle by Jack Hirschman-- Catastrophe of success by Tennesse Williams-- Everyday barf by Eileen Myles-- Notes Written on Finally recording howl by Allen Ginsberg-- Wall street: the story of what happened to our intimacy by Timothy "Speed" Levitch-- Letter home by Barney Rosset-- Hollywood-style tough: the 1950's and the fabrication of the teenager by James Sullivan-- Up against the wall by Dotson Rader-- From dead meat by Sue Coe-- Psrts left out of the Kennedy book by Paul Krassner-- Mind War by William S. Burroughs-- Courage to kill: meeting the panthers by Eldridge Cleaver-- Kick out the jams, motherfucker! by John Sinclair-- Portrait of a young man trying to eat the sun by Mike Golden-- Liner notes for the Jefferson Airlplane's 2400 fulton street by Ben Fong-Torres-- From America: A prophecy by Sparrow-- From Unrepentent Whore by Scarlot Harlot-- Obscenity by Kurt Vonnegut-- Hellire club by Annie Sprinkle-- For the love of women by Ray Charles and David Ritz-- Rape scenes by Susie Bright-- Transmissions from camp trans by Michelle Tea-- Sexville: outakes by David Meltzer-- Sisters, saints and sibyls: women and the beat by Brenda Knight-- Modern primitives by V. Vale and Andrea Juno-- From Peops: stories and portraits of people by Fly-- Meeting Moses T by Erik La Prade-- "Paul Simon" from noises of the world by Hank Bordowitz-- "Miriam Makeba" from noises of the world by Hank Bordowitz-- Love as the practice of freedom by Bell Hooks.

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