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The Resource Queer Beats : how the Beats turned America on to sex, edited by Regina Marler

Queer Beats : how the Beats turned America on to sex, edited by Regina Marler

Label
Queer Beats : how the Beats turned America on to sex
Title
Queer Beats
Title remainder
how the Beats turned America on to sex
Statement of responsibility
edited by Regina Marler
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1964-
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Marler, Regina
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  • Homosexuality
  • Authors, American
  • Homosexuality and literature
  • Sexual orientation
  • Beat generation
  • Gay men
  • American literature
  • Beat generation
  • Sex
  • Erotic literature, American
  • Homoseksuelen
  • Beat Generation
  • Letterkunde
  • Amerikaans
Target audience
adult
Label
Queer Beats : how the Beats turned America on to sex, edited by Regina Marler
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • William Burroughs
  • William Burroughs
  • Pages from Cold point
  • Paul Bowles
  • Green ballet
  • Harold Norse
  • Hi risque
  • John Giorno
  • On Neal's ashes
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "Sex as a biological weapon"
  • Dead drunk
  • William Burroughs
  • Rain-wet asphalt heat, garbage curbed cans overflowing
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Now France
  • Harold Norse
  • "Drag up your soul to its proper bliss ..."
  • [from an interview in the Paris review, 1965]
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "The gay state"
  • [from Howard Brookner's 1984 film William Burroughs]
  • Alan Ansen
  • William Burroughs
  • Youth
  • Herbert Huncke
  • "I don't mind being called queer ..."
  • [from a letter to Allen Ginsberg, April 22, 1952]
  • William Burroughs
  • "Burroughs may be gay, but he's a man ..."
  • Norman Mailer
  • The road of excess (or, Saintly sinners).
  • "We owed it to literary history ..."
  • [from
  • Palimpsest]
  • Gore Vidal
  • "Norman wanted to know what had really happened ..."
  • [from
  • Palimpsest]
  • Gore Vidal
  • "Something strange has happened ..."
  • [from a journal entry, January 8, 1961]
  • In society
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "I sit naked in my room remembering ..."
  • [from a journal entry, June 17, 1951]
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "It was a strange, nondescript kind of orgy ..."
  • Diane Di Prima.
  • Male muses (or, Sex without borders). "Oh, I love, love, love women!"
  • [from
  • On the road]
  • Jack Kerouac
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "I'm on a spree tonight ..."
  • [from a letter to Allen Ginsberg, April 10, 1947]
  • Neal Cassady
  • "Love is not controllable ..."
  • [from a letter to Carolyn Cassady, June
  • 1952]
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Bradley the buyer
  • [from
  • Naked lunch]
  • On meeting Kinsey
  • William Burroughs
  • "Posterity will laugh at me ..."
  • [from a letter to Neal Cassady, October 3, 1948]
  • Jack Kerouac
  • Love poem on theme by Whitman
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Teacher- Your body, my Kabbalah
  • Elise Cowen
  • "Accept my soul with all its throbbings and sweetness ..."
  • [from an interview in Gay Sunshine]
  • Herbert Huncke
  • Allen Ginsberg and Allen Young
  • "If like me you renounce love and the world ..."
  • [from a letter to Ginsberg, January 18, 1955]
  • Jack Kerouac
  • Malest cornifici tuo catullo
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • from Howl
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "I find myself getting jealous of Kiki ..."
  • [from a letter to Jack Kerouac, August 18, 1954]
  • "Nobler, I thought, to die a man than live on, a sex monster ..."
  • William Burroughs
  • The Newport News has arrived in Venice for a week's stay ..."
  • Alan Ansen
  • A.J.'s annual party
  • [from
  • Naked lunch]
  • William Burroughs
  • from Cut-ups: a project for disastrous success
  • Brion Gysin
  • "I met Jack Kerouac in 1958 for one glorious moment ..."
  • [from
  • John Giorno
  • A poem for cocksuckers
  • John Wieners
  • from Memoirs of a bastard angel
  • Harold Norse.
  • Queer shoulder to the wheel. Me & Allen
  • Peter Orlovsky
  • Peter jerking Allen off (First sex experiment)
  • Peter Orlovsky
  • Why is God love, Jack?
  • Queer]
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Sexual conditioning
  • William Burroughs
  • Sweet boy, gimme yr ass
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Going to Massachusetts
  • Jane Bowles
  • Horns
  • Harold Norse
  • from The place of dead roads
Control code
ocm54487660
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxxvii, 209 p.
Isbn
9781573441889
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2004003828
System control number
(OCoLC)54487660
Label
Queer Beats : how the Beats turned America on to sex, edited by Regina Marler
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • William Burroughs
  • William Burroughs
  • Pages from Cold point
  • Paul Bowles
  • Green ballet
  • Harold Norse
  • Hi risque
  • John Giorno
  • On Neal's ashes
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "Sex as a biological weapon"
  • Dead drunk
  • William Burroughs
  • Rain-wet asphalt heat, garbage curbed cans overflowing
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Now France
  • Harold Norse
  • "Drag up your soul to its proper bliss ..."
  • [from an interview in the Paris review, 1965]
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "The gay state"
  • [from Howard Brookner's 1984 film William Burroughs]
  • Alan Ansen
  • William Burroughs
  • Youth
  • Herbert Huncke
  • "I don't mind being called queer ..."
  • [from a letter to Allen Ginsberg, April 22, 1952]
  • William Burroughs
  • "Burroughs may be gay, but he's a man ..."
  • Norman Mailer
  • The road of excess (or, Saintly sinners).
  • "We owed it to literary history ..."
  • [from
  • Palimpsest]
  • Gore Vidal
  • "Norman wanted to know what had really happened ..."
  • [from
  • Palimpsest]
  • Gore Vidal
  • "Something strange has happened ..."
  • [from a journal entry, January 8, 1961]
  • In society
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "I sit naked in my room remembering ..."
  • [from a journal entry, June 17, 1951]
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "It was a strange, nondescript kind of orgy ..."
  • Diane Di Prima.
  • Male muses (or, Sex without borders). "Oh, I love, love, love women!"
  • [from
  • On the road]
  • Jack Kerouac
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "I'm on a spree tonight ..."
  • [from a letter to Allen Ginsberg, April 10, 1947]
  • Neal Cassady
  • "Love is not controllable ..."
  • [from a letter to Carolyn Cassady, June
  • 1952]
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Bradley the buyer
  • [from
  • Naked lunch]
  • On meeting Kinsey
  • William Burroughs
  • "Posterity will laugh at me ..."
  • [from a letter to Neal Cassady, October 3, 1948]
  • Jack Kerouac
  • Love poem on theme by Whitman
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Teacher- Your body, my Kabbalah
  • Elise Cowen
  • "Accept my soul with all its throbbings and sweetness ..."
  • [from an interview in Gay Sunshine]
  • Herbert Huncke
  • Allen Ginsberg and Allen Young
  • "If like me you renounce love and the world ..."
  • [from a letter to Ginsberg, January 18, 1955]
  • Jack Kerouac
  • Malest cornifici tuo catullo
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • from Howl
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • "I find myself getting jealous of Kiki ..."
  • [from a letter to Jack Kerouac, August 18, 1954]
  • "Nobler, I thought, to die a man than live on, a sex monster ..."
  • William Burroughs
  • The Newport News has arrived in Venice for a week's stay ..."
  • Alan Ansen
  • A.J.'s annual party
  • [from
  • Naked lunch]
  • William Burroughs
  • from Cut-ups: a project for disastrous success
  • Brion Gysin
  • "I met Jack Kerouac in 1958 for one glorious moment ..."
  • [from
  • John Giorno
  • A poem for cocksuckers
  • John Wieners
  • from Memoirs of a bastard angel
  • Harold Norse.
  • Queer shoulder to the wheel. Me & Allen
  • Peter Orlovsky
  • Peter jerking Allen off (First sex experiment)
  • Peter Orlovsky
  • Why is God love, Jack?
  • Queer]
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Sexual conditioning
  • William Burroughs
  • Sweet boy, gimme yr ass
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Going to Massachusetts
  • Jane Bowles
  • Horns
  • Harold Norse
  • from The place of dead roads
Control code
ocm54487660
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxxvii, 209 p.
Isbn
9781573441889
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2004003828
System control number
(OCoLC)54487660

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