Dig This ~ Ann and Samuel Charters Read Beat Poetry

Michael Hendrick

Michael Hendrick, activist, capitalist, poet and writer, has been published in newspapers and magazines since 1972. Editor of the literary journal, Beatdom, he is currently finishing his first novel, Egypt Cemetery, the first volume of a Proustian effort he refers to as 'A Remembrance of Things Crass' (with apologies to Marcel Proust). A survivor of five bookstores and two libraries, his two cats are his most prized possessions. He likes Irish ciders and organic foods and never misses a Bob Dylan tour!

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  • also check out this series on Youtube! Here is the first of many related links…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6hOtKLK3WY&feature=list_other&playnext=1&list=SP395B4C035E444B3C

  • thanks for the comment, Stephen. it certainly shows itself to be a labor of love. they sure put a lot of time and work into it!

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