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by Charles Plymell

  • Author: Charles Plymell
  • ISBN: 0934953597
  • ISBN13: 978-0934953597
  • ePub: 1320 kb | FB2: 1460 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Poetry
  • Publisher: Water Row Pr (June 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 204
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 717
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Hand on the Doorknob ePub download

In Hand on The Doorknob, we finally have a concise selection of Charles Plymell's best prose and poetry. Charles Plymell has been active participant in the formation of American literary history for over forty years.

In Hand on The Doorknob, we finally have a concise selection of Charles Plymell's best prose and poetry. Charles Plymell lives in Cherry Valley, New York.

Hand on the Doorknob, Water Row Books, 2000. Charley Plymell portrait by Gerard Malanga, May 2010. Cut Here, 12 Gauge Press, 2002. Wichita Vortex, KTPS, Documentary, 26 February 2016.

Hand on the Doorknob book. In Hand on The Doorknob, we finally have a concise selection of Charles Plymell's best prose and poetry. Kansas, San Francisco, New York, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Neal Cassady, R. Crumb - these are but a few of the places and people that Plymell writes about in Hand on The Doorknob.

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Charles Douglass Plymell, American writer, educator. Named Most Promising Poet, World Book, 1976; nominee National Book award, 1972. 53597/?tag prabook0b-20. The Trashing of America. JQIBY/?tag prabook0b-20.

Charles Plymell was born in Holcomb, Kansas on April 26, 1935. His family later moved to Wichita and Plymell was sent to a military academy in San Antonio, Texas. Hand on the Doorknob (Water Row Books, 2000). Journals from Lysidia (Synesthesia Press, 1999). In 1955 Plymell enrolled at Wichita University where he attended classes and worked as a printer until 1960, without obtaining a degree. During this time, Plymell began to develop a name for himself in the literary world.

Hand on the Doorknob, Water Row Books, Sudbury, MA, 2000. Eat Not Thy Mind, Eye Books Ecstatic Peace Library, Florance, MA, 2010. Found & Lost Magascene, Vol. 1, No. 0 & 1, Back Room/Temple of Man, 2010.

In Hand on The Doorknob, we finally have a concise selection of Charles Plymell's best prose and poetry. Kansas, San Francisco, New York, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Neal Cassady, R. Crumb - these are but a few of the places and people that Plymell writes about in Hand on The Doorknob.
Broadraven
Charley Plymell needs to be better known -- he never sold out to the commercial interest of the literary world -- and thus, hasn't been published as much. Check him out. You will not be let down. Charley perfers 'outlaw' poet to beat poet, but was in the middle of it all -- Neal Cassady and Allen Ginsberg even lived in his place in San Francisco, 1964 or so. He also printed the first issue -- if you got one (.25 version), it goes for a few thousand dollars now -- of Zap comics.

See his bio at [...]
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Stan
I highly recommend this. It has some of his older stuff as well as his latest. Plymell has one been one of my favorite authors for a long time.
Nuadador
love the book super great
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