Tales of Beatnik Glory by Ed Sanders

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Ed Sanders’s mock-heroic (and heroic) odyssey follows poet, filmmaker, and activist Sam Thomas, editor of Dope, Fucking, and Social Change, and a variegated cast of castoffs, dropouts, peaceniks, freakniks, and mendicant filthniks, from Kansas through the beatnik and hippie countercultures of New York City’s Lower East Side and Greenwich Village. From the Freedom Rides and confrontations with the Alabama Klan to the “hate-dappled” Summer of Love, Tales of Beatnik Glory is the epic of America in the sixties, in a language of droll invention and stoned mythopoesis, from a man who once dared to exorcise the Pentagon. This revised edition adds two new volumes and includes twenty-five never-before-published stories
 

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Ed Sanders, poet, biographer, essayinst survivor of the 1960s Mimeograph revolution. Author of TALES OF BEATNIK GLORY
 
Published December 8, 2004 by Thunder's Mouth Press. 784 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction