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Inhaltsangabe: Cultural Writing. Memoir. Kenneth Koch writes, "Tony Towle's is one of the clear, authentic voices of American poetry." Towle's memoirs take the form of fast-paced prose recollections of odd events and sometimes-odder characters that shaped and structured his first days as a poet during the formative years of the New York School 'before anyone was famous.' Towle traces his initiation into poetry and the downtown art world, relating his thrills, frustrations and peculiarly memorable interactions with a number of live-wire figures key to his own development, including Frank O'Hara, Frank Lima, Ted Berrigan, and many others.
Über den Autor: Tony Towle was born in New York in 1939, grew up in Queens and Westchester and then spent three years in Washington, D.C. He came back to New York in 1960, shortly after he began writing poetry, and has lived there ever since. He has written about his life in New York in the early sixties in his Memoir 1960-63.
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