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    1. Recommended The Movie William S. Burroughs in the Dreamachine is Jon Aes-Nihil' s experimental documentary about iconic Beat author William S. Burroughs' experiences using a stroboscopic device, known as the dreamachine, which simulates the electric pulses of the human brain to elicit hallucinations and dream-like imagery while the user' s eyes are closed. Narrator Dr. David Woodard explains that...

    2. New York’s Hotel Chelsea, the bohemian enclave that has hosted Bob Dylan, Arthur Miller and William S. Burroughs over the years, is becoming a money pit for Wall Street.

    3. New York's Hotel Chelsea, the bohemian enclave that has hosted Bob Dylan, Arthur Miller and William S. Burroughs over the years, is becoming a money pit for Wall Street.

    4. Hotel Chelsea: Iconic Venue, A 5-Star Drain

      The Wall Street JournalJun 23 09:09 PM

      New York’s Hotel Chelsea, the bohemian enclave that has hosted Bob Dylan, Arthur Miller and William S. Burroughs over the years, is becoming a money pit for Wall Street.

    5. Dressed in a parrot-feathered headdress and a collar strung with the teeth of pumas, crocodiles and bears, shaman Juan Mutumbajoy sings incantations over a row of shot glasses filled with a murky infusion he has made from two Amazonian vines.

    6. What is the Cut-Up Method?

      BBC NewsJun 24 07:06 PM

      The art of sticking random words together

    7. Rare collection of Burroughs portraits published

      Lawrence Journal-WorldJun 20 10:16 PM

      A collection of black-and-white portraits offering a rare and intimate glimpse of Beat Generation writer and former Lawrencian William S. Burroughs is now available to the public.

    8. The Grateful Dead and the Trap of Nostalgia

      The Huffington PostJun 29 09:50 AM

      If everyone has their own Grateful Dead, mine are somewhere in the future. For me the sound is always around the corner, just out of earshot. That' s right, I haven't really listened to the Grateful Dead as I will again soon, in Chicago, because the moment I listen is as much about where I will listen and what I am doing while I listen, so that the music lives, or doesn't, in the context of its...

    9. In his latest podcast at realitystudio.org Jed Birmingham zeroes in on the immensely talented Carl Weissner and his cut-up novel The Braille Film . Birmingham, who met Weissner in New York and Paris, talks about what made him so memorable and how he bought the book at auction some years ago for $75, believing it and Weissner — both — were undervalued.

    10. The publisher of Allen Ginsberg's iconic poem "Howl" has three books coming out this year and is also working on a novel. Looking back, he says, "Everything was better than it is when you're old."

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