William Burroughs

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Hindustantimes.com
Will ‘BernieBros’ cause a 1968-like disruption for Democrats?them? (the dildos, I mean). Steely Dan, for those immune to rock trivia, was n
Will ‘BernieBros’ cause a 1968-like disruption for Democrats?
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 2 days ago
them? (the dildos, I mean). Steely Dan, for those immune to rock trivia, was named after a steam-powered dildo in author William Burroughs’ counterculture classic, Naked Lunch. Maybe Bernie’s kids were reminded of these lyrics: See the glory/Of... Read more
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Surfers Village
Author William Finnegan holds court for "Barbarian Days"for BARBARIAN DAYS: “Reading this guy on the subject of waves and water is like
Author William Finnegan holds court for "Barbarian Days"
Surfers Village / Posted 8 days ago
for BARBARIAN DAYS: “Reading this guy on the subject of waves and water is like reading Hemingway on bullfighting; William Burroughs on controlled substances; Updike on adultery. . . a coming-of-age story, seen through the gloss resin coat... Read more
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TechCrunch
A folding robot made of pig parts that removes batteries from stomachs with magnetsof Sheffield and the Tokyo Institute of Technology joined forces for a project
A folding robot made of pig parts that removes batteries from stomachs with magnets
TechCrunch / Posted 12 days ago
of Sheffield and the Tokyo Institute of Technology joined forces for a project that reads like something out of a William Burroughs novel. Crafted from dried pig intestines, the little origami robot is designed to hatch from inside a... Read more
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TechCrunch
A folding robot made of pig parts that removes batteries from stomachs with magnetsof Sheffield and the Tokyo Institute of Technology joined forces for a project
A folding robot made of pig parts that removes batteries from stomachs with magnets
TechCrunch / Posted 12 days ago
of Sheffield and the Tokyo Institute of Technology joined forces for a project that reads like something out of a William Burroughs novel. Crafted from dried pig intestines, the little origami robot is designed to hatch from inside a... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Homintern by Gregory Woods review – a gay conspiracy in the arts?Paul and Jane Bowles presided in Tangier, which Jack Kerouac was to call a “sin
Homintern by Gregory Woods review – a gay conspiracy in the arts?
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 19 days ago
Paul and Jane Bowles presided in Tangier, which Jack Kerouac was to call a “sinister international hive of queens”. William Burroughs arrived in 1954 with a teenage Spaniard named Kiki who, Woods writes, “was, famously, the boy who would... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Amses: Linked outafter circumstances dictated we spend the night at a hastily arranged, $40-a-ni
Amses: Linked out
Rutland Herald / Posted 24 days ago
after circumstances dictated we spend the night at a hastily arranged, $40-a-night place where I half expected to find William Burroughs sitting on the edge of my bed, an early breakfast that included crepes and freshly squeezed orange juice... Read more
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Orange County Register
A rejuvenated Iggy Pop rages at the Greek Theatresongs, as throughout the night, often with amusing introductions. “I borrowed s
A rejuvenated Iggy Pop rages at the Greek Theatre
Orange County Register / Posted 25 days ago
songs, as throughout the night, often with amusing introductions. “I borrowed some of the words from an old junkie writer, William Burroughs,” Pop said of “Baby.” “He was a good writer – junkies are people too!” Or before “Chocolate Drops,” a new... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Class A books: PEN World Voices Festival opens with riffs on drugswho goes to Mexico wanting to write about the violence of the country but, poss
Class A books: PEN World Voices Festival opens with riffs on drugs
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 29 days ago
who goes to Mexico wanting to write about the violence of the country but, possibly like Jack Kerouac upon visiting friend William Burroughs, “never finding anything outrageous to write about”. The Russian writer Akunin took a more existential... Read more
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News.com.au
What you never knew about NYCall the sickly sweet breakfast cereal you can eat and vintage cartoons. $12. 10
What you never knew about NYC
News.com.au / Posted a month ago
all the sickly sweet breakfast cereal you can eat and vintage cartoons. $12. 10.30-1.30pm. 860 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn William Burroughs lived for a while at 222 Bowery in an apartment he called “The Bunker”. Picture: Eden, Janine and... Read more

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