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Ed Piskor
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What I am reading
What I am reading rated it 4 years ago
The first 121 pages follow a clear concept, namely to explore the life of the Core-Beat poets Kerouac, Ginsberg and Burroughs. Those stories are either pretty much focused on their homoerotic sexlife or on the very basics of them moving around a lot while switching from one odd job to the next or ru...
bobsburgers23 rated it 4 years ago
I thought the story was good, but I wasn't very impressed with the art. I can't tell if Harvey Pekar did the drawings or Ed Piskor did, but the characters were all pretty basic and similar. Heather's trip was great though. I really enjoyed how the dialogue between characters told what could have bee...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 5 years ago
This was a huge FCBD issue. Most are a little over twenty and this was almost six. It's also a huge amount of short stories, all originals, or unused material from larger volumes. Unused material counts as new to me since it was unpublished until now, though. Some were brilliant, some were w...
Itinerant Librarian on Books
Itinerant Librarian on Books rated it 7 years ago
(Crossposted from my blog The Itinerant Librarian) This is a graphic novel history of the early days of hip hop and rap, and it all gets started in parks and nightclubs in the South Bronx. We get to see the rise of stars like Grandmaster Flash, the Sugarhill Gang, Kurtis Blow, and others who worke...
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 10 years ago
My favorite pieces were about Kenneth Patchen & the Beat Chicks. Who knew Louise Fitzhugh illustrated a book about a little Beatnik girl(Suzuki Beane)before she wrote Harriet the Spy.
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