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Howl Yowl Redux !

A Celebration of the Writings of
Allen Ginsberg

at the
Yippie Museum Café


Monday, February 27th, 2012

Host - Gordon Gilbert

Program

Introductory Notes - Gordon Gilbert

Saxophonist Edith Lettener will accompany several of the readers.

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Readers

Heidi Schwartz opening from "Howl"

Jay Chollick part 3 of "Howl", from "Carl Solomon…"

David Elsasser "America," from Howl

Bernard Block "Song," "In back of the real" & "To Aunt Rose"

Iris Berman "A Supermarket in California"

Patricia Brody "Why is God Love, Jack?"

Valery Oisteanu "The Shrouded Stranger"

Sondra Singer Beaulieu excerpts from Jack Kerouac/Allen Ginsberg/The Letters

Leigh Harrison "On Burroughs Work," "Psalm III," "Father Death Blues" & "The End"

Eliot Katz excerpt from "Death to Van Gogh's Ear"

A Brief Intermission

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Babette Albin Czeslaw Milosz poem in honor of Ginsberg

Dorothy Friedman excerpt from "Hum Bom," "Hard Labor" & "Fifth Internationale"

Bob Rosenthal "Midnight City Junk Strains"

Bob Quatrone

"Sunflower Sutra"
Gabriel Levicky "Laughing Gas" from the book Kaddish

Alan Baxter

"Europe, Europe" from the book Kaddish

Vivian Demuth "Why I Meditate"

Final Words & Announcements - Gordon Gilbert

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Recording by Steve Koenig ©(p) 2012. All rights retained by the original writers and publishers, and the individual performers.

Thanks to our friends at the Yippie Museum Café. Thanks to Gordon Gilbert for continuing to produce this series of tributes to the Beat writers.

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