Allen Ginsberg, Chester Kessler.
William S. Burroughs photographed by Loomis Dean (1959)
William Burroughs in Paris 1959, taken by Life photographer Loomis Dean but not published at the time.
1989. Allen Ginsberg was a host at the Next Wave Festival Gala Benefit, which celebrated the 10th anniversary of New Music America with musical performances from the Kronos Quartet and Moondog, who guest-conducted the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra. Other hosts included Steve Reich, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, and Laurie Anderson.
— Allen Ginsberg, an American poet and a leader of the Beat Generation in the 1950s (via naeive)
Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky Collage by artist Wynn Chamberlain
© Abe Frajndlich
The Book of Breeething by William S. Burroughs with illustrations by Robert F. Gale, 1975, Blue Wind Press
"He (Ginsberg) was a relentless flirt. Every time I saw him, he’d want to hold hands. It was sweet. I think he just wanted affection, on whatever level." Johnny Depp
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"There’s a lot of bastards out there!"
Allen Ginsberg, self portrait in AP darkroom, 1949
Discussion of Tibetan Buddhism at Allen Ginsberg’s apartement, Boulder Colorado, August, 1976. (left to right) Jerome Rothenberg, Anne Waldman, Peter Orlovsky, Allen Ginsberg, Diane Di Prima, Chogyam Trungpa, student, William Burroughs. c. Allen De Loach.